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GBC Swingline Fusion 1100L 9" Laminator
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GBC Swingline Fusion 1100L 9" Laminator

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GBC Swingline Fusion 1100L 9" Laminator

Part #: SWI-1703074
Brand: Swingline
6 Questions, 6 Answers

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ProductDescription

The GBC Swingline Fusion 1100L 9" Laminator is easy to use, making it ideal for your home or small office. You can use either 3 mil or 5 mil pouches with the Fusion 1100L 9" Laminator. The Fusion 1100L has a release button to quickly remove any jammed pouches. The Fusion 1100L also has an Auto shut off after 30 minutes of inactivity. It has a stylish compact design that works in any space. The Fusion 1100L has a limited 1 year warranty. Item number SWI1703074.

Product Details

  • Warms-up in 4 minutes
  • Laminating speed of 13" per minute
  • Manual jam release button helps users quickly and easily remove misfed pouches
  • Maximum document width of 9"
  • Use with 3 mil or 5 mil thermal pouches
  • Green ready light and audible ready alert indicate when warm-up is complete
  • Intelligent Auto Power Off™ after 30 minutes of inactivity conserves energy
  • Limited 1-year warranty
  • 18 3/4"L x 4 1/8" W x 3 1/2" H

ItemSpecifications

  • UPC: 033816500266
  • Detailed Color: Black
  • Intelligent™ Pouch Select: No
  • Intelligent™ Power Off: Yes
  • Interactive User Display: No
  • Intuitive Menu Selection: No
  • Laminating Speed: 13" per minute
  • Laminator Type: Pouch
  • Maximum Document Width: 12"
  • Period of Warranty: Limited 1-year
  • Speed Settings: Fixed
  • Visual Ready Alert: Yes

ProductReviews

4 Review(s)
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Reviewed on 3/20/2016

Great laminator Review by teel0

I bought this when I got tired of paying to get my items laminated at staples. I paid a little over $100 for it and I have saved more than that by doing it myself without taking everything out not to mention the time I would've spent driving and waiting at Staples. Works fabulous doesn't take long to get ready when I plug it in and does a great job laminating no bubbles or wrinkles.

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Reviewed on 3/20/2016

Mr Review by Waterfallguy59

Does the job and is very portable - storage is easy

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Reviewed on 3/20/2016

I was using a very old laminator that was a hand-me-down purchased from a garage sale at one point, it worked....but wow was it slow to warm up. The new 1100L is wonderful and does just as stated.

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Reviewed on 3/20/2016

I bought it for my personal use but have donated it to the non-profit that I work at. It has more than paid for itself since. We are so happy to have it. They might purchase a better model but it will be a Swingline, for sure.

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is the all new Swingline GBC Fusion 1100L, a 9” personal laminator. Built for the home and small office and totally revamping an old system, this is a great little laminator. It has a 9” throat opening, so it can handle all size documents 9” and smaller. It warms up in just 4 minutes and can handle up to 13” in a minute, so the actual time for this flyer was just under a minute. It’s a very quiet machine and very easy to operate. Just one toggle switch between 3 and 5 mil, that’s the thickness this laminator can handle. It’s perfect for documents,... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding video. This is the all new Swingline GBC Fusion 1100L, a 9” personal laminator. Built for the home and small office and totally revamping an old system, this is a great little laminator. It has a 9” throat opening, so it can handle all size documents 9” and smaller. It warms up in just 4 minutes and can handle up to 13” in a minute, so the actual time for this flyer was just under a minute. It’s a very quiet machine and very easy to operate. Just one toggle switch between 3 and 5 mil, that’s the thickness this laminator can handle. It’s perfect for documents, letters, keepsakes, name badges, ID cards, photos, anything that you need to preserve. The application for both business and home seem to be endless. If it’s worth keeping, it’s worth laminating. Though jams are infrequent on this machine, it does happen in pouch laminating. There’s a release button on the 1100L. Simply push it and remove your document. Start again. That’s it. That’s the Fusion 1100L by Swingline GBC. For more demos, reviews and how-to’s, check out MyBinding.com.
Questions & Answers
Q:
What is the temperature degree at which this product laminates?
Asked by SMunguia 7 months ago
A:
This product heats up to a maximum of 104 degrees Fahrenheit

Answered by MyBinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
The machine starts beeping a few minutes after i turn it on and will not stop beeping. Have to turn it off. Does not warm up. is there a reset or something i can do to fix this problem.
Asked by tcald 7 months ago
A:
Unplug the machine from the wall and wait an hour, then try restarting. The issue could be caused by glue from the laminating paper and suggested feeding a cleaning card through the roller.

Answered by MyBinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
When using a Fusion laminator (specifically looking at the 1100L), does the laminating material actually fully adhere to the paper being laminated, or does it only seal around the edges?
Asked by tempus42 7 months ago
A:
The pouch will seal the entire document. If trimming excess material, we’d recommend leaving a slight edge around the document, but it is not necessary as the paper is fully adhered to the pouch.

Answered by MyBinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
Can I use 4 ml covers
Asked by Sparky 7 months ago
A:
We recommend using 3 or 5 mil covers.

Answered by MyBinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
What does pouches / 10 min mean?
Asked by rainbow 7 months ago
A:
That is the laminator speed in pouches per 10 minutes. For this model, this means it can do 10 pouches per 10 minutes. if the number says 15, it would mean it could do 15 pouches per 10 minutes.

Answered by MyBinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
I've never owned a laminator but many times wished I had. What is the difference between 3, 5, and higher Mil?
Asked by plach661 7 months ago
A:
Hello Dayzee, great question! The mil thickness is the common measure of pouch thickness. You can think of it as thin to thick or flexible to rigid. 3mil is the standard thickness and most likely the lamination you've seen in the past. For frequently handled materials or materials that you’re preserving as a keepsake, I’d recommend a thicker pouch. There is some level of personal preference when selecting thickness. Let me know what materials you think you might like to laminate and I can help you decide what’s best for you.

Answered by MyBinding.com 7 months ago
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