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GBC / Swingline ProClick P50 32-Hole Paper Punch
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GBC / Swingline ProClick P50 32-Hole Paper Punch

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GBC / Swingline ProClick P50 32-Hole Paper Punch

Part #: 2515650
Brand: GBC
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ProductDescription

For all those times when you need to punch documents on the go, look no further than the GBC Proclick P50 Binding Machine. Compact and small, the machine will easily fit into a briefcase, larger bag, or in a car. It uses a rotary punching system that provides a 3:1 pitch pattern with 32 holes. This means the ProClick is conveniently compatible with the GBC Proclick binding spines and you can also use it with 3:1 pitch color coil. This Proclick P50 Binding Machine will bind up to 100 sheets of paper and punch through 6 at a time, providing documents that will lie flat on a table. You will be able to photocopy and take notes, but crucially, you'll have the option of removing sheets when needed by using the ProClick editing tool!

Product Details

  • Formerly GBC Proclick 32-Hole Paper Punch
  • Quick and easy to use
  • Punches 6 sheets of paper at a time
  • Punches standard and oversized covers
  • Easy storage and mobility
  • Punch Pattern: Round
  • List Price: $129.99
  • GBC Part Number: 2515650, G2515650
  • Primary UPC: 033816050013
  • Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty

ProductReviews

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Reviewed on 10/15/2016

This is the simplist punch to use in my classroom. I will have the best publishing tool to use to aid my team and students!

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Reviewed on 2/16/2016

Portable Review by Cameron

Our sales people keep these in their cars so they can edit proposals in the field. Simple enough to use and easy to transport. 2 thumbs up.

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is a video of the ProClick P50, a 32-hole paper punch for the GBC ProClick system. The P50 is a stylish and easy-to-use hole punch that works within the GBC ProClick binding system. Step-by-step, here it is in action. Align your materials with the side to be punched all together. Place them into the slot either oversized or standard. Push them all the way to the back and firmly and quickly slide the dial just across. All the holes are punched. Work through the rest of your project in batches of five or six sheets at a time, sliding the punch wheel in either dir... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding video. This is a video of the ProClick P50, a 32-hole paper punch for the GBC ProClick system. The P50 is a stylish and easy-to-use hole punch that works within the GBC ProClick binding system. Step-by-step, here it is in action. Align your materials with the side to be punched all together. Place them into the slot either oversized or standard. Push them all the way to the back and firmly and quickly slide the dial just across. All the holes are punched. Work through the rest of your project in batches of five or six sheets at a time, sliding the punch wheel in either direction. You can keep track of how full the waste compartment is by the window and remove all the punches through the slot. It's that easy with the ProClick P50 by GBC. For more demos and reviews of this product and many more, check out MyBinding.com.
Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is a product review of the ProClick P50 by GBC. The ProClick P50 is a 32-hole paper punch that's designed exclusively for the ProClick binding system by GBC. The 32-hole 3:1 pitch pattern is compatible with the ProClick design but it can also be used with 3:1 pitch coil. But it's just a punch, not the binder. With that said, let's watch it in action and review its features.
It can punch oversize and standard size documents. The throat opening is smooth and easy to use and the slide wheel, the punch wheel on the top, goes in either direction so there's no need ...
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Welcome to MyBinding video. This is a product review of the ProClick P50 by GBC. The ProClick P50 is a 32-hole paper punch that's designed exclusively for the ProClick binding system by GBC. The 32-hole 3:1 pitch pattern is compatible with the ProClick design but it can also be used with 3:1 pitch coil. But it's just a punch, not the binder. With that said, let's watch it in action and review its features. It can punch oversize and standard size documents. The throat opening is smooth and easy to use and the slide wheel, the punch wheel on the top, goes in either direction so there's no need to reset. It is limited to only standard sized documents or oversized covers. The P50 claims to punch through six sheets of 20lb paper at a time. And it can, however, it's a bit difficult. We found that four or five sheets is really max, which could prove very tedious for large projects. And we like the see-through window on the bottom that let's you know just how full it's getting with the holes. The P50 would be great for small jobs and if you need something quick and slick. However, much larger and you're going to need a different punch. And for $75, you'll want to think that through. For more demos and reviews of this product and many more, check out MyBinding.com.

StaffReview

GBC ProClick P50 Binding Punch Review

As one of the premier manufacturers of binding machines, GBC produces machines both large and small for a wide range of uses. One of their smallest and least expensive machines is the ProClick P50, a 32-hole punch that prepares documents for binding with GBC's ProClick spines. To find out what this little machine can do for you, please continue reading this article.

The GBC ProClick P50 is a desktop hole punch that's small enough to carry with you. That means it can be used to bind documents on the road, if necessary. It can even fit in a drawer so it doesn't have to be out on your desk all the time. As mentioned before, the P50 punches holes that can be used with the ProClick spines, which are some of the easiest binding spines to use. (You can also use 3:1 pitch color coil spines with this machine, so you have a couple of different binding options available. Just make sure you have a pair of coil crimpers on hand to finish off your document.) ProClick spines help your document lie flat and they allow for 360-degree rotation. That means your documents will be easy to read and photocopy. This machine can punch up to 6 sheets of paper at a time and the ProClick spines can bind documents that are up to 100 pages long. And if you make a mistake when binding with ProClick spines, you can easily add or remove sheets from your booklet using the GBC ProClick editing tool.

Since this is an inexpensive machine (it retails for less than $80.00), the P50 obviously has a few limitations. For one, you may find it difficult to punch the full 6 sheets of paper the machine is rated to handle. If so, try punching a smaller amount of paper and see if it's any easier. Since the P50 has a very low punching capacity, it's obviously not a good choice for high-volume operations. Users who need to punch and bind longer documents might get frustrated by only being able to punch a few sheets of paper at a time, so keep that in mind if you tend to get annoyed by repetitive tasks.

It's important to note that the P50 is only a hole punch. It is not a binding machine. If you want to use color coil spines, you'll need a machine to help you out. As for the ProClick spines, it's easy to bind with them by hand. However, every box of spines comes with a zipper-like tool to give you a hand in the binding process. Finally, the P50 lacks disengageable pins, so it's difficult to punch paper that's shorter than 11 inches long. If you try, you'll wind up with an unsightly partial hole on the edge of your paper. (And who wants that?)

If you need binding method for small personal or work projects, the GBC ProClick P50 is a good way to start binding cheaply and easily using ProClick spines. It's nice that the machine is portable, too.

Questions & Answers
Q:
Can this punch accomodate A4 size paper? I have a bunch of A4 documents that I need to collect. I understand that the spines can accomodate, but what about the punch?
Asked by Tru Olson 3 months ago
A:
Thank you for your question. Unfortunately the GBC / Swingline ProClick P50 32-Hole Paper Punch is not wide enough to accommodate A4 paper it accepts paper up to a 11 1/4" wide.

Answered by MyBinding 3 months ago
Q:
Can I buy the proclick cassettes and use them with paper I have punched using the P50?
Asked by Amber 4 months ago
A:
Thanks for your question. The Proclick spines that come in cassettes are standard spines they would just need to be removed from the cassette and then they would work with you P50.

Answered by MyBinding 4 months ago
Q:
what is the weight of the machine?
Asked by Lichang 9 months ago
A:
The weight is 3 Lbs, Dimensions 3.5x4x18.5

Answered by Mybinding.com 8 months ago
Q:
Does this product sit flat on the edge of a table?
Asked by Dolly P. 11 months ago
A:
Yes this machine sits flat on a table giving you the ability to use leverage when punching paper. As a best practice you should only punch a few sheets of paper at a time though and never force the punching mechanism.

Answered by MyBinding.com 11 months ago
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