Soft-Sided Binder Travel Case

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Transport Multiple Binders with Ease. This extra-sturdy, padded travel case holds up to nine Standard 3" or thirteen Slim 2" Bindertek Binders. The case attaches securely to our Standard Cart and Heavy Duty Hand Truck.


  • Built-in clips to prevent slipping and sliding
  • For extra capacity, two cases can be stacked together on the Standard Cart or Heavy Duty Hand Truck
  • Choose a pre-configured binder caddy combo and save over $25.00
  • Roomy interior and exterior pockets are ideal for storing loose files and travel documents
  • The case can be folded down for compact storage when not in use


  • Dimensions: 14" H x 19" W x 12" D

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  • 5
    Love this whole series

    Posted by Verified Buyer on Jul 20th 2015

    I like this product because it has clips built into it in the back that you can then use to attach to a "dolly." I prefer to use the dollies with the big wheels because they go over steps at the courthouse and office buildings so much better than the little ones. Plus the small wheels eventually give way because they can't hold up to carrying a heavy load for a long period of time. The clips built into the bag allow me to use any dolly I want. Only thing I would change about this product is some more outside pockets....I like to carry my cosmetics in my bag and outside pockets are best for that for easy access.

  • 3
    large flexible case but is not durable

    Posted by Verified Buyer on May 27th 2015

    This was the largest practical option I could find for a trial bag that I could stack on another with the sturdy cart. and it holds only enought that I can barely lift it but not more. It has been my go to trial bag, but the bottem seams ripped out after about 5 years of sporadic use (perhaps 4-5 times each year). So for the price, I need this size but am reluctant to spend this money on a bag that is not durable.

  • 3
    Long Term Use

    Posted by Verified Buyer on May 22nd 2015

    These cases do their job in the short term, but continuous use causes tearing along the seam lines after just a year of use.