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flipchart bags & cases

flipchart bags & cases

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Help!  Does anybody out there have any links or suggestions for where to find an inexpensive bag/case (quiver?) to hold some pre-prepared flipcharts?

I have a hard case which is too bulky and the flat bags are just too enormous to consider moving around on public transport.

I have searched and not found anything I can either afford or which fits the bill... any answers please?

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By Rus Slater
06th Sep 2011 12:41

Ian

£12?

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Jakar-Telescopic-Extendable-Document-Holder/dp/B003ZDPVMQ/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1315309006&sr=8-3

Although I got one very similar from the bankrupt stock shop for £2.50!

I hope this helps

Rus

 

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By ianstone1
06th Sep 2011 13:42

I really like the foldio and shall be making a purchase.  Wow, what an excellent idea.

 

Do you have one, and have you found it 'fits the bill'?

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By SteveRobson
06th Sep 2011 13:48

I haven't got one but I've seen them and they are really nice quality.

Theres also the Magic Whiteboard...also from Dragons Den! I have a number of small cut out objects  / pictures  I use time and again and these are all A4 or smaller so easy to transport and just stick to flipcharts. Saves on the A1 size problem...

http://www.magicwhiteboard.co.uk/

 

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By ianstone1
06th Sep 2011 14:27

Having read the reviews and accollades for the FOLDIO I have just bought two.  I suspect they'll be well loved and well used and are much easier to transport than the 'tube' type.

 

I also have to say a thumbs up for Magic Whiteboard - I use it to convert walls into flipcharts, its fanastic and can be used many times without losing its static-stickyness.

 

Once I have received them I'll post a review here.

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By ianstone1
14th Sep 2011 14:20

*** I took the advice of one of the posters here and have bought a couple of the folio carriers... they are fantastic.  A colleague had a rather 'well loved' preprepared flipchart and within a short space of time it was smooth again.

 

They don't crease... and are well worth investing in... also relatively easy to transport being the same width as a flipchart, but, about 1/3 of the length.  Still early days, but so far very very very impressed.

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By SteveRobson
14th Sep 2011 14:53

The good news is you can follow Foldio (and all the Dragons Den presenters and the show itself) on Twitter

http://twitter.com/#!/theFoldio

Wondering what Foldio will tweet next :-/

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By ianstone1
06th Oct 2011 16:15

We are using our quite extensively.  We also 'unfurled' a pad we'd been using for quite some time... very rolled up, lots of creases and battered.

 

It is now pristine and uncreased.  They really work and are worth every penny.

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