FEL5221502

Fellowes Self Adhesive Laminating Sheets, 3mil, 50 pack - 50 per pack

9.25" Width x 12" Length x 3 mil Thickness - Type G - Glossy - Self-adhesive - 50 / Pack - Clear

Reg. Price $24.92

Our Price $24.90 Per Pack

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Self-adhesive sheets offer quick, single-sided document protection
Simply position document on the sheet, remove adhesive backing and seal; can be trimmed to size
Clear sheets feature a glossy finish and are safe for laminating heat-sensitive documents or photos
Size: 9-1/4" Width x 12" Length; 3 mil thickness; 50 / Pack
Not for use with laminators
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SKU
FEL5221502
Manufacturer
Fellowes, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
5221502
Brand Name
Fellowes
Product Type
Laminating Sheet
Color
Other
Sheet Type
Type G - Glossy
Application/Usage
Photo
Features
Self-adhesive
Weight (Approximate)
0.64 oz
Recycled
No

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Fellowes Self Adhesive Laminating Sheets, 3mil, 50 pack - 50 per pack
 
1.7

(based on 6 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (5)

17%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

No Pros

Cons

  • Ease of use (4)
  • Well built / quality (3)

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5.0

Excellent product

By Signmaker

from Undisclosed

Pros

  • Ease of Use
  • Mil Thickness Capacity
  • Quality construction
  • Speed

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Fellowes Self Adhesive Laminating Sheets, 3mil, 50 pack - 50 per pack:

      This product worked perfectly the first time and so far every time I have used it. I do not understand the negative reviews. I had no trouble with it at all. No bubbles or creases. Just perfect, smooth adhesion every time. There is a video online, but it was a little hard to find. It suggested using a ruler to help smooth it on, but I didn't need the ruler. It went on perfectly with my hand. Peel off the strip at the top, place the edge of the item against it, turn it over, peel the paper off, and smooth it down. This was exactly what I needed.

       
      1.0

      Worst Purchase Ever

      By Msmill16

      from Undisclosed

      Pros

        Cons

        • Ease Of Use
        • Quality Construction

        Best Uses

          Comments about Fellowes Self Adhesive Laminating Sheets, 3mil, 50 pack - 50 per pack:

          I bought these after reading the reviews and I must say that I am very disappointed in this product. I would not buy these again, nor would I recommend these to anyone. The product description states that you can laminate one or both sides of a document, but it fails to mention that you will have to use two sheets if you want to laminate the front and back. Additionally the instructions that are on the back of the box are very unclear and are only pictures. I will Be returning these and not purchasing this brand again.

           
          1.0

          when using the ...

          By jdmk

          from Undisclosed

          Pros

          • none!!!

          Cons

          • Ease Of Use
          • numerous air bubbles that can't be removed.

          Best Uses

            Comments about Fellowes Self Adhesive Laminating Sheets, 3mil, 50 pack - 50 per pack:

            when using the self-adhesive product the air bubbles are numerous. I have ruined numerous photos with this product.

             
            1.0

            no good

            By fgrill

            from Undisclosed

            Pros

            • i learned not to use fellowes products

            Cons

            • Anti-Jamming Features
            • Ease Of Use
            • Quality Construction
            • Speed

            Best Uses

              Comments about Fellowes Self Adhesive Laminating Sheets, 3mil, 50 pack - 50 per pack:

              I wish I had read reviews before buying this product; honestly, who reads reviews on laminating sheets before buying them anyways? I came to the website to see if there were instructions for how to best use this product. After reading the reviews and without finding any instructions I realize I've just wasted my money and the cardstock that I was laminating. I misunderstood the packaging and believed I was getting sheets that would laminate both sides; instead it requires two sheets. The design is poor and instructions nonexistent.

               
              1.0

              ease of use

              By nonick123

              from Undisclosed

              Pros

              • None

              Cons

              • no thought to design or use

              Best Uses

                Comments about Fellowes Self Adhesive Laminating Sheets, 3mil, 50 pack - 50 per pack:

                I bought product because I own a paper shredder made by Fellowes and thought it was a good company But I was wrong No clear instructions ,handling the sheets is difficult and clarity of the sheets is poor

                 
                1.0

                POOR design

                By MNNice1234

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                Pros

                  Cons

                  • Design
                  • Ease Of Use
                  • Quality Construction
                  • Speed

                  Best Uses

                    Comments about Fellowes Self Adhesive Laminating Sheets, 3mil, 50 pack - 50 per pack:

                    I've been looking for a laminator for years. Today, I went to buy one and found these self adhesive sheets, thinking, hey, easy, less to store, etc. Well, the design is terrible. They should use "crack and Peel" backing. It's impossible to get the backing off. Returned to the store. And it changed my view of the Fellowes Brand.

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