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Product Description

PUR bind is a form of perfecting binding that leaves your booklets with neat and perfect edges. The key benefit is the ability to generate long-term repetitive use as the PUR binding creates a long-lasting spine and hard to pull-out pages. This makes PUR Bind Books perfect for your annual reports, product features, short novels, year-books and any booklet needs.
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Design Guidelines

Printulu recommends making sure that your booklets are triple-checked before submitting for print. Also, place considerable thought into your layout and design to bring your annual report, book, and brand to life. The basic content of booklets includes company name and logo, products and service illustrations, as well as descriptions. It’s also important to include contact details such as address, email, telephone number, and website.

For the best results, use professional design software such as Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, or Illustrator. Also, ensure that your closed artwork file respects all the items on the checklist for closing Your artwork. If you are not comfortable with the respective design software, we recommend you employ the services of a design professional. This is crucial, as a poor design can, in fact, harm your overall story and brand.

What Can I Expect?

Our Services

To give you get exactly what you need, Printulu enables you to customise your booklets and guarantees you the best quality. We offer a number of options for you to configure your booklets for both the cover page and the inside pages. This is in terms of format, the number of pages, paper, refinements and colour to make your brochures and booklets your own. Printulu ensures that your brochures and booklets reach you safely and in time – best part: delivery is free of charge.


90gsm paper is the usual paper used in your office printer. This paper is perfect for printing inside pages that are mostly text-based.

100gsm paper is popular paper used for inside pages printing. The low cost and good quality make it suitable for displaying text and illustrations about your business, products, and services. The paper’s classy and smooth touch make it a worthy handout for customers.

128gsm paper is slightly more premium than 100gsm paper. Use this if you want a slightly more premium feel for your booklets.

148gsm paper is slightly more premium than 128gsm paper. Use this if you want the perfect mid-point between premium paper and affordability.

170gsm paper is the best choice for giving your inside pages a premium finish. This is suitable for booklets printed as special editions or annual reports.

250gsm paper gives your booklet covers a strong and premium feel and are thus ideal for handing out at meetings or presentations. 250gsm paper is great if you want booklets that are more robust against folds and worn edges and represent the premium appeal of your brand.

350gsm paper is our most premium paper that we currently offer. Due to its extra strong and solid touch, it makes an impact of utmost quality and durability. This is perfect for your booklets covers if You want to leave a premium and professional impression.


Lamination covers your booklets with a thin plastic film to protect them against water damage, scuffs, and worn edges. Choosing lamination adds elegance and quality to your booklets while enhancing the brilliance of the colours.


Do you offer hardcovers, leather-bound covers, and other custom covers?

We don’t offer leather bound covers. However, you can configure your cover pages to be a heavier paper than your inside pages.

Can you print my book or magazine?

Our standard offering is up to 700 pages, anything within those boundaries is printable by us. However, if you have relatively complex requirements such as more pages, different covers, and finishes, you can email support@printulu.co.za and one of our customer service consultants will process your request accordingly.

Product History

The history of booklets is as old as writing on paper. This started with tablets, scrolls, and sheets of papyrus. What immediately predates the bound multi-page books we know today were handbound, and sometimes handwritten, codices which could only be afforded by the ultra-wealthy.

Thanks to the invention of the printing press, introduced to us by Johannes Gutenberg, many have access today, to a plethora of books at reasonable costs. These advancements in mass production techniques also enabled the business to print booklets showcasing their goods and services.