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Eyeball Notebook Clips

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Here in the USA these are known as "bulldog" clips, but in Japan they translate to "eyeball clips". Either way, they do a great job of holding your notebook pages down so that you can write or draw without the hassle of "bouncy" pages (yes, even in a Tomoe River notebook like ours). With the internal spring, chrome plate, and of course the eyeball, we think these are a bit more elegant than generic binder clips. They are pretty strong, so be careful about where you clip them.

Six to a pack. Made in China.


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  1. Better than expected! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 23rd Jan 2018

    For the price these clips are fantastic. They are easy to use, don't get in the way while you are writing, and clip paper firmly to keep notebooks open. They look much nicer than binder clips and don't leave any marks on my papers.

  2. tiny workhorse 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 9th Dec 2017

    These tiny bulldog clips instantly became my favorites. They open smoothly and easily. Can stretch over a good half inch worth of paper. Even though they are small I don't seem to have any problem using them to hold open a journal, either. I had been using bulldog clips for years but I am in love with my new eyeball clips.