Pioneer Photo Albums DA-200CBF Bi-Directional Cloth Frame Album (Majestic Teal)

BH #PIDA200CBFMT • MFR #DA-200CBFN/MT
Pioneer Photo Albums
Pioneer Photo Albums DA-200CBF Bi-Directional Cloth Frame Album (Majestic Teal)
Key Features
  • Holds up to 200 4 x 6" Photos
  • 50 Side Loading Pages
  • Bi-directional Storage
  • 2 Horizontal /1 Vertical Image per Side
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The Pioneer DA-200CBF Bi-Directional Cloth Frame Album features a majestic teal cloth cover and is designed to display and protect 200 4 x 6" photos. There is a 3.5 x 3.5" cover window for a theme image. The image is inserted from a pocket inside the album's front cover. The 2-up style pages can display two horizontal or one vertical image per side.
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$14.95

Pioneer Photo Albums DA-200CBF Overview

The Pioneer DA-200CBF Bi-Directional Cloth Frame Album features a majestic teal cloth cover and is designed to display and protect 200 4 x 6" photos. There is a 3.5 x 3.5" cover window for a theme image. The image is inserted from a pocket inside the album's front cover. The 2-up style pages can display two horizontal or one vertical image per side.

The clear, side-loading pages protect your photos from dust and fingerprints. The shaded background on each page enhances the presentation of your photographs. There is a memo area next to each photo. The book-bound binding enables the open pages to lay flat for quick loading and optimal viewing. A dust jacket is included in which you can store the album. The album is acid-free for long-term archival photo-storage.

UPC: 023602636804

Pioneer Photo Albums DA-200CBF Specs

Album Capacity200 x 4x6" Horizontal Or
100 x 4x6" Vertical
Image Loading MethodSide
RefillableNo
BindingBook-Bound
ClosureBook-Style
Cover MaterialFabric
Cover Window3.5 x 3.5" / 8.9 x 8.9 cm
Dimensions9.2 x 9.6" / 23.5 x 24.4 cm
Weight3.3 lb / 1.5 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.985 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.75 x 9.65 x 1.8"
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