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GBC CombBind C110e Plastic Comb Binding Machine
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GBC CombBind C110e Plastic Comb Binding Machine

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GBC CombBind C110e Plastic Comb Binding Machine

Part #: 7704250C
Brand: GBC
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ProductDescription

The GBC C110e binding machine is perfect for any organization or company looking for an entry level plastic comp binding machine. The compact design and lightweight construction make it a great choice for smaller offices and work desks. Though small, the GBC C110e still packs a punch. It can bind 300 sheets of paper at a time and can punch through 15 sheets of paper, simply by touching a button. The electric operation will increase your productivity and help you complete projects faster and to a professional standard. The GBC C110e Plastic Comb Binding Machine is conveniently compatible with the affordable binding covers, plastic comb binding supplies, or the GBC ZipBind spines you can find at MyBinding!

Product Details

  • Electric design can punch up to 15 sheets and bind up to 330 sheets.
  • Punches and binds simultaneously for the most efficient binding.
  • Comb selection guide helps determine the appropriate comb size.
  • Chip drawer has a window to easily see when it needs emptying.
  • Suction cups are included and help secure the machine while in use.
  • Compatible with easy-editing ZipBind spines.
  • Backed by the manufacturer's 1-year limited warranty.

ItemSpecifications

  • Sheet Size: 8 3/4" x 11 1/4"
  • Portable: No
  • Maximum Comb Diameter: 1 1/2"
  • Foot Pedal: No
  • Dimensions: 18 4/5"H x 14 1/2"W x 14 1/2"D
  • Comb Type: Plastic
  • Color: Silver
  • Hole Punch Function: Yes
  • Binding Capacity : 330 Sheets
  • Punch Capacity: 15 Sheets
  • Warranty: 1 Year Limited
  • Part Number: 7704250C

ProductReviews

2 Review(s)
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Reviewed on 2/16/2016

I really didn't want to pull that handle over and over again to punch my books. This was one of the least expensive electric options that I could find and it works great.

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Reviewed on 2/11/2016

Not great Review by LaSandra

I have used a few different binding machines, and for the price this one is not smooth or user friendly. It is small and compact, which is the only thing I liked about it. I don't know who designed the comb attachment piece, but it is difficult to get the comb in correctly so that it opens, and half the time it will only partially open the comb or open it askew in different spots. The one I received from mybinding.com actually did not even work so I had to return it and ordered a different model from another vendor.

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: This is the GBC C110e Electric Comb Binding Machine!

First off, you can measure you paper stack to find which size binding you’ll need. On the left are the sizes corresponding to the color your stack fit into.

Next, place in your comb binding correctly

Pull the lever on the side to open it.

Paper edge guide can be adjusted for letter size, A4 sheets, and oversized sheets.

When inserting your pages in to punch there are two color guides to ensure each corner is in all the way. When they turn green, you’re good to punch.

Green is a-go! Push the green button on the front, an...
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This is the GBC C110e Electric Comb Binding Machine!

First off, you can measure you paper stack to find which size binding you’ll need. On the left are the sizes corresponding to the color your stack fit into.

Next, place in your comb binding correctly

Pull the lever on the side to open it.

Paper edge guide can be adjusted for letter size, A4 sheets, and oversized sheets.

When inserting your pages in to punch there are two color guides to ensure each corner is in all the way. When they turn green, you’re good to punch.

Green is a-go! Push the green button on the front, and the machine will punch the hole pattern.

Now when placing in your pages, place them face down starting first to last—first our cover, then the pages, then finish with the back cover. Close the spin up and your book is complete! Of course, you can open it up whenever you want and edit.

On the front you can insert zip binds instead of plastic combs, but honestly we think it’s easier to still bind these completely by hand.

On the back you can empty the trimmings and…that’s easy binding all around!

StaffReview

GBC CombBind C110e Plastic Comb Binding Machine Review

Overview:

  • The GBC Combind C110e is a low cost plastic comb binding machine with a built in electric punching mechanism.
  • This machine is designed for offices that are looking to bind a moderate number of documents per day and don’t want to mess with a manual binding punch.
  • The C110e is perfect for binding documents with up to 300 sheets of 20lb paper quickly and easily. You can even use the C110e with GBC ZipBind reclosable binding spines.

Strengths / Features:

  • The great thing about the GBC C110e is that it offers an electric punching mechanism without a huge price tag. The C110e sells for around three hundred dollars. This makes it one of the least expensive electric plastic comb binding machines available on the market.
  • The electric punching mechanism on the C110e allows you to quickly and easily punch up to 15 sheets of 20lb paper with the simple push of a button. All you need to do is insert your pages into the front of the machine and press the button to activate the electric punch.
  • The C110e includes a high quality heavy duty plastic comb opener that is made of metal. Many smaller plastic comb binding machines have comb openers that are made of plastic which can easily break. The comb opener on the C110e is designed for opening combs that are up to 1-1/2″ in diameter for binding up to 300 sheets of 20lb paper. This is adequate to meet the needs of most organizations.

Weaknesses / Limitations:

  • Although the C110e has three size settings on its edge guide for letter size paper, oversized covers and A4 paper in the US it only has 19 punching dies. This means that you need to flip the pages over and punch them a second time to produce the A4 punching pattern. This isn’t a huge deal unless you are buying this machine to punch and bind documents for use in Europe.
  • The C110e does not include any disengageable dies. This means that you cannot use the C110e for punching custom lengths of paper. It is designed for punching letter and legal sized documents only. This machine also does not have a depth of punch adjustment. A depth of punch margin control allows users to move the holes closer to the edge of the paper for binding extremely small books and further from the edge of the paper for binding larger documents. Without this feature, the C110e should not be used with 3/16″ combs or with combs that are larger than 1-1/2″.
  • The punching mechanism on the C110e can punch up to 15 sheets of 20lb paper per lift. However, you should not attempt to punch more than two clear covers or plastic covers at a time. Punching too many plastic covers can dull the punching mechanism on the C110e or can ruin its motor.

Recommendation:

  • The C110e is perfect for users that need to bind a few letter sized documents per day.
  • The electric punching mechanism on this machine makes it easy to use and its price point is excellent.
  • However, this machine is not ideal for users who need to bind extremely small documents, large documents or who need to bind custom sizes of paper.

This review was written by Jeff McRitchie who is the director of marketing for Mybinding.com. Jeff has written more than three hundred articles and more than two hundred reviews on Binding Machines, Binding Supplies, Report Covers, 3-Ring Binders, Index Tabs, Laminators, Laminating Supplies, Paper Shredders and Paper Handling Equipment.

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