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Don't know about a good price (I've no idea how much they cost in the shops) but eBay (of course!) have them on, averaging around £5 + £5 P&P. Don't know if that's any help.

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Never thought of ebay before! But I get mine from Robert Dyas - sometimes they are on special offer at £9.99 for 100 but full price they are £12.99 for 100, which I found were cheaper than anywhere else.

 

Unless of course someone knows differently! :o

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Thanks guys,

 

I overheard a conversation at a course recently about laminating pouches, and I'm sure I hear £5 for 100 A4, but typically I can't remember where they said.

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I use www.euroffice.co.uk for my office supplies. Can't remember exact price for laminating pouches, but I buy mine from there and they are very reasonable.

 

Glue sticks are very cheap from them as well.

 

Free delivery with orders over £30 and next day delivery

 

Glen

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Angel125,

I just got a good deal on laminators from a company called NEAT ideas.

FREE Laminator when you buy 4 X 100 boxes of pouches.

£39.56 + VAT. The laminator is small and light, and the pouches don't need carriers to go through the laminator. I also got a free personal CD player with the order. Phone 0800 316 4004 or www.neat-ideas.com.

I also use viking for my supplies.

 

Hali, I think Staples do laminating but not sure if they do up to size A2.

 

 

Peggy

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Can anyone tell me the best place to get an a2 sized poster laminated?? :o

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Our local stationary shop does all sizes of laminating.

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Only thing to be careful of when buying laminating pouches is how thick they are...

 

I bought an a3 laminator from ebay (they have lots of laminating stuff on there) which came with 100 a3 and 100 a4 pouches which to me sounded pretty good.

 

When they arrived, the pouches were 150 micron thick (or should I say thin) and a bit of a nightmare - especially the a3 ones, they are just too thin and makes them really fiddly.

 

I think i have wasted more a3 pouches getting stuck in the machine, than I have actually been able to use them!

 

the ones at work are 250, and I guess the 200 micron ones are probably ok, but i wouldn't even bother with the 150 micron ones...

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must be the make ...the 150 micron I bought are fine, no problems ,

(you may actually get what you pay for.)

 

I often use the ones specifically for putting in a file and have found these very sturdy in 150. at moment using Viking own brand as they were the quickest to deliver!

 

Inge

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Hi Angel25,

I have no idea what microwhatever but thay work. And yes that is the price. You can get all one size or vary.

 

I am a very big tesco value shopper. They also do a shredder and guillitine.

 

Give them a go.

 

I would rather pay less and have them break after a yr or so than pay expensive and they break after a yr or so.

 

Net x

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