13 Best Binder Cables & Screw Posts

List Updated March 2020

Bestselling Binder Cables & Screw Posts in 2020


3/8 in. Aluminum Chicago Screws/Screw Posts (Qty 100 sets)

3/8 in. Aluminum Chicago Screws/Screw Posts (Qty 100 sets)
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

TruBind 1-Inch Aluminum Chicago Screws and Screw Post Extensions, 100 Pieces (SPSEXT10)

TruBind 1-Inch Aluminum Chicago Screws and Screw Post Extensions, 100 Pieces (SPSEXT10)
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Heavy-duty Aluminum
  • Diameter Size: 3/16"
  • Intended for document and/or swatch book binding purposes

1/2 in. Aluminum Chicago Screws/Screw Posts (Qty 100 sets)

1/2 in. Aluminum Chicago Screws/Screw Posts (Qty 100 sets)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Heavy-duty Aluminum
  • Diameter Size: 3/16"
  • Recommended hole size: 1/4-5/16"
  • Intended for document and/or swatch book binding purposes

1 in. Aluminum Chicago Screws/Screw Posts (Qty 100 sets)

1 in. Aluminum Chicago Screws/Screw Posts (Qty 100 sets)
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Heavy-duty Aluminum
  • Diameter Size: 3/16"
  • Recommended hole size: 1/4-5/16"
  • Intended for document and/or swatch book binding purposes

3/4 in. Aluminum Chicago Screws/Screw Posts (Qty 100 sets)

3/4 in. Aluminum Chicago Screws/Screw Posts (Qty 100 sets)
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Heavy-duty Aluminum
  • Diameter Size: 3/16"
  • Recommended hole size: 1/4-5/16"
  • Intended for document and/or swatch book binding purposes

Silver Nickel Screw Posts/Chicago Post, 100 Pack, 3/4-Inch

Silver Nickel Screw Posts/Chicago Post, 100 Pack, 3/4-Inch
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Great for holding together groups of paper, cards, swatches, photo albums, point of purchase displays, menus, scrapbooking, etc!
  • Made from from heavy duty nickel.
  • .75 inch
  • .193 inches diameter

TruBind 2-3/4-Inch Aluminum Chicago Screws and Screw Posts, 100 Sets (SPS2304)

TruBind 2-3/4-Inch Aluminum Chicago Screws and Screw Posts, 100 Sets (SPS2304)
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Heavy-duty Aluminum
  • Diameter Size: 3/16"
  • Recommended hole size: 1/4-5/16"
  • Intended for document and/or swatch book binding purposes

11x17 Binder Screw Post Acrylic, Black (625110)

11x17 Binder Screw Post Acrylic, Black (625110)
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Product Type: Screw Post Binders
  • Media Format: Portrait, bound on longest side
  • Sheet Size: Tabloid / Ledger
  • Material: Acrylic
  • Fastener System: Screw Post

11x17 Binder Screw Post Turned Edge (Grey)

11x17 Binder Screw Post Turned Edge (Grey)
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Product Type: Screw Post Binders
  • Media Format: Landscape, bound on shortest side
  • Standard 3 Ring, (Three) Rings, 4.25" (4-1/4 inch) Center to Center.
  • Standard 3 hole, (Three) holes, 4.25" (4-1/4 inch) Center to Center.
  • Material: Turned Edge

1/8 in. Aluminum Chicago Screws/Screw Posts (Qty 100 sets)

1/8 in. Aluminum Chicago Screws/Screw Posts (Qty 100 sets)
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Heavy-duty Aluminum
  • Diameter Size: 3/16"
  • Recommended hole size: 1/4-5/16"
  • Intended for document and/or swatch book binding purposes

1/2 in. Aluminum Chicago Screw/Screw Post Extensions (Qty 100 pieces)

1/2 in. Aluminum Chicago Screw/Screw Post Extensions (Qty 100 pieces)
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • Heavy-duty Aluminum
  • Diameter Size: 3/16"
  • Intended for document and/or swatch book binding purposes

2 in. Aluminum Chicago Screws/Screw Posts (Qty 100 sets)

2 in. Aluminum Chicago Screws/Screw Posts (Qty 100 sets)
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • Heavy-duty Aluminum
  • Diameter Size: 3/16"
  • Recommended hole size: 1/4-5/16"
  • Intended for document and/or swatch book binding purposes

Silver Aluminum Screw Posts/Chicago Screws, 100 Pack, 2 Inch

Silver Aluminum Screw Posts/Chicago Screws, 100 Pack, 2 Inch
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • Great for holding together groups of paper, cards, swatches, photo albums, point of purchase displays, menus, scrapbooking, etc!
  • Made from from heavy duty aluminum.
  • 2 inches
  • .193 inches diameter

Do You Recognize the 3 Sure-Fire Signs of a Sustainable Business?

Environmentally and socially responsible companies are asking themselves what it really means to be green- and ReBinder puts forth three simple ways to become a sustainable company!

ReBinder is a company that has a clear mission. And, that is to reduce and eliminate the materials we send to landfills.

During this interview I asked what I believe is a significant question that all of us involved in bringing sustainable products to the world should ask ourselves.

What do you believe is the best way to work towards a sustainable future? I know this is a big question, but let us know what you would like to see happen on a grand scale! David's answer was important in that he '" like many others who are working in this arena knows that we don't want to just make money- we need to find value as well.

Here is my conversation with David Stober of ReBinder.

ABS) How did ReBinder come to be?

DS) How we started:

Seven years ago, our founders (like many people) could look around their lives and see a lot of vinyl binders that would end up in landfills. Looking for a better way, they created a binder that was durable, made in the USA out of recycled materials -- and didn't require a landfill at the end of its life. So the concept was born and the ReBinder was created.

Today ReBinder is the maker of zero waste office products. ReBinder's recyclable line of traditional office products offers customers a responsible alternative to vinyl and plastic at the same price. ReBinder now has over 80 SKUs in 5 product categories -- with more innovative products on the way.

ABS) What kind of materials do you use for your products?

DS) All of our products are made from responsible, certified sources. All the materials and labor for our paper fiber products are locally sourced and either FSC or SFI certified. Our ReBound comb binding covers and ReBadge sustainable badge holders are certified compostable and made from plants, not plastic. We extend this all the way down to our packaging, which is 100% recyclable or compostable. The final differentiator is that you can even remove our 3-ring-binder mechanisms from all of our ReBinders, making the entire thing recyclable.

The standard we use for all our products:

'¢ Made in the USA
'¢ Made from responsible materials (recycled, compostable, certified)
'¢ No landfill required

ABS) How do you lessen transportation costs and usage?

DS) Lowering per-unit transportation costs and usage helps financial spreadsheets and the world. As our business grows, we continue to add distribution relationships where we send pallets and truckloads of products at a time, instead of small parcel shipments directly to end-users. The per-unit transportation impact of a pallet on a full truck is dramatically less than the per-unit impact of a small box. This scale also affects production, which helps us lower per-unit costs and transportation impact.

Everything we do is focused on selling more products by improving the spreadsheets of our customers, which keeps toxic vinyl and plastic out of landfills. Responsible companies choose ReBinder to align their mission, message and budget.

ABS) What do you believe is the best way to work towards a sustainable future? I know this is a big question, but let us know what you would like to see happen on a grand scale!

DS) It's a great question, with a simple answer.

Responsible products need to:

'¢ Sit on the same shelf/catalog/website/showroom as irresponsible products
'¢ Meet the same functional requirements
'¢ Cost the same

Independence and responsibility are not mutually exclusive. Maximum benefit (social and economic) comes from product availability. Availability comes through growth. Growth is predicated upon distribution, capital, and partnering. It does not benefit anyone for Companies who make responsible products to sit on the sideline and throw rocks at the machine that is industry. Companies like ReBinder need to step up and play ball at scale to have the maximum social and economic benefit.

Case in point: when Seventh Generation recently announced the signing of their distribution deal with Wal-Mart, some of SVG's customers were upset, calling it selling out. We disagree. In fact, NOT signing that deal would have GUARANTEED that customers of the world's largest retailer would buy something other than SVG's responsible products.

It's not selling out, it's growing up -- as an industry.

ABS) What plans are in process for ReBinder in the future?

DS) Be on every shelf/catalog/website where customers want to buy products in our categories. In the near term, that means office products distribution, natural markets and some specific big box. Continue to build great products and extend our product lines.

Responsible products need to "sit on the same shelf as irresponsible products, meet the same functional requirements, and cost the same." It's a big order, but ReBinder and companies like them are certainly up to the challenge!

Related Bestselling Lists That You Might Like