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Quality Park Reveal-N-Seal Envelope, #10, 4.25 x 9.5 Inches, White, 40 Envelopes (67012)

10 Ratings: 3.6
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Introducing the Ultimate self-sealing envelope, theReveal-N-Seal™! Envelopes that are a revolutionary re-invention of the business envelope, and are exclusively available from Quality Park Products.Reveal-N-Seal™ envelopes are clean, safe, … see full wiki

9 reviews about Quality Park Reveal-N-Seal Envelope, #10,...
review by . November 29, 2010
I really like these as they work well with my printers and don't have lose strips of paper to throw away. They take a second or two longer to use becuase one has to unfold one strip and then fold down, but the time is worth it. The fact that they don't hang in my printer or are so thin that snoops can read anything through the envelope are added pluses.
review by . August 31, 2010
Home Office Reveal `n Seal Business Envelopes - Vine review    Amazon sent me a box of forty No. 10 (business-size) Reveal `n Seal envelopes for review. Here's my take on them:    I love these envelopes. Lightweight yet sturdy with a smooth finish and security pattern inside that conceals but doesn't show through. There's an adhesive bead underneath a bottom flap-lift it and bring the top flap over for a secure seal. It couldn't be easier. Each envelope measures …
review by . July 22, 2010
There is not much you can say about envelopes unless there flimsy, but like a number of today's envelopes the REVEAL-N-SEAL Business Envelope has a built-in adhesive strip which is a plus on my books but unlike those others, there are no wasteful paper strips to have to clean up afterwards. Instead, you simply lift a lower flap to reveal the adhesive strip, then seal as usual.    I enjoy using this product along with my family. Quality Park Reveal-N-Seal Envelope, #10 is of good …
review by . July 15, 2010
Great envelopes made from high-quality paper. No need to lick them as they are self-sealing. While they may not be the cheapest, as the old saying goes: You get what you pay for" and these are worth every penny!
review by . July 15, 2010
They're envelopes. They're nice-looking. You don't have to lick them. They keep your documents secure. And they cost half as much as the stamp you put on them. What more can I say?    I can be pretty nitpicky, but I have nothing to complain about with these.
review by . July 09, 2010
I thought these envelopes were going to be very similar to the AMPAD Pull & Seal Security Envelopes I already use--they aren't. The AMPAD envelope has a wide strip of adhesive that is covered up by a paper strip and therefore, you have nothing sticky to deal with--you put your item in the envelope, pull the paper strip off, fold down the envelope flap and you're done. This product has a very narrow strip of adhesive (about a third the size of the AMPAD's adhesive strip) that is covered by part of …
review by . July 02, 2010
These are great. The paper is nice and thick. What's best, though, is not having that little pull-off strip that comes with most 'no-lick' envelopes. Sure, that strip is just one small piece of paper--but multiply that by the millions of people who pull them off and throw them away, and you've got serious paper waste. If you're like me, you'll try to recycle the pull-off strip, but items that small usually don't make it into the bales for recycling, and end up getting thrown away. With this innovative …
review by . June 24, 2010
Have you ever been unware of a problem or annoyance until the moment that it's been fixed? That's the situation that the Reveal-N-Seal envelopes have created for me. The annoyance? What to do with that silly strip that protects the adhesive strip on so many other non-lick envelopes. I never realized how much I hated that, until I started using these clever self-stick envelopes that have the adhesive protected without the annoying little strip. Just flip up the fold (reveal) and then seal the envelope!  &n …
review by . June 23, 2010
These are good basic envelopes. The self seal design is good for one at a time usage. (a bit clumsy and not conducive to fast office work on a bulk mailing) The weight is a little bit lighter than I expected, I was expecting a bit heavier duty paper.    The original description did imply some sort of cool "anti-spy" technology (this is not mentioned on the product page) which doesn't exist. They do seem to be tamper resistant (good enough for basic day to day usage).
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