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Swingline LightTouch Reduced Effort Stapler
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Swingline LightTouch Reduced Effort Stapler

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Swingline LightTouch Reduced Effort Stapler

Brand: Swingline
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ProductDescription

It's all about ease and convenience with this stapler. The exceptional design means 50% less effort is required than with a conventional stapler. 2 1/4" throat depth. Top loads a full strip of staples. Manufacturer's limited one-year warranty.

Product Details

  • Requires less effort to staple
  • 20 sheet stapling capacity
  • Durable plastic housing protects metal stapling mechanism
  • Staples quietly; full size ideal for desktop use
  • Limited 1 year warranty

ItemSpecifications

  • Detailed Color: Choose ABove
  • Material: Plastic
  • Performance Guarantee: No
  • Period of Warranty: Limited 1-year
  • Pinning: No
  • Sheet Capacity (20 lb paper): 20
  • Staple Capacity: 210
  • Staple Leg Length: 1/4"
  • Stapler Size: Full Strip
  • Tacking Ability: No

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is a look at the LightTouch Reduced Effort Stapler by Swingline. Sure, it's still just a stapler. But it's easier to use and nicer on the hand. It has a nice throat depth of two-and-a-quarter-inches and it works just as well on the desk as in the hand. This stapler can staple up to 20 sheets of 20lb paper per punch and with stacks that thick, you'll be thankful for the 50 per cent less effort design. Loading is straightforward; lift the top, load the staples, close it up, give it a snap, you're on your way. That's Swingline's LightTouch Reduced Effort Stapler. ... Read More

Welcome to MyBinding video. This is a look at the LightTouch Reduced Effort Stapler by Swingline. Sure, it's still just a stapler. But it's easier to use and nicer on the hand. It has a nice throat depth of two-and-a-quarter-inches and it works just as well on the desk as in the hand. This stapler can staple up to 20 sheets of 20lb paper per punch and with stacks that thick, you'll be thankful for the 50 per cent less effort design. Loading is straightforward; lift the top, load the staples, close it up, give it a snap, you're on your way. That's Swingline's LightTouch Reduced Effort Stapler. For more demos, reviews, and how-tos, check out MyBinding.com.

Questions & Answers
Q:
what is the plastic removable hinge piece for on the top side back edge of the stapler?
Asked by samanthaface 7 months ago
A:
the LightTouch stapler has more complex inner working than a traditional stapler to provide low force stapling.

Answered by Mybinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
how do I get staples in this stapler?
Asked by Queen 7 months ago
A:
This is a standard top-loading stapler. To open for loading, hold the base of the stapler and pull the cap up. It should swing open and you will be able to load your staples.

Answered by MyBinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
Does the base swing out so that I can staple things to a flat surface (e.g., a wall)?
Asked by Kevinator 7 months ago
A:
This stapler does not open for tacking.

Answered by Mybinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
closed
Asked by chch 7 months ago
A:
Yes the stapler is fully closed.

Answered by Mybinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
is there and online owners manual or diagram?
Asked by Community 7 months ago
A:
but I'd like to try and talk you through it. I'll need a little more information though. If the stapler is not closing, can I assume it will not staple either? Are you able to open the stapler? Do you see any obstructions in the front or back of the staple chamber?

Answered by Mybinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
Is there a special way to reload staples, or just the usual; open, fill, close?
Asked by fussy 7 months ago
A:
In this case, no, there is not a special way to load the staples. You are correct, this is more likely to happen with smaller pieces of staples. You may be able to reduce the problem by slowly closing the stapler so you can control the force of the spring a little better

Answered by Mybinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
how do I get staples in this stapler?
Asked by Queen 7 months ago
A:
This is a standard top-loading stapler. To open for loading, hold the base of the stapler and pull the cap up. It should swing open and you will be able to load your staples.

Answered by Mybinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
Does the base swing out so that I can staple things to a flat surface (e.g., a wall)?
Asked by Kevinator 7 months ago
A:
This stapler does not open for tacking.

Answered by Mybinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
Is there a special way to reload staples, or just the usual; open, fill, close?
Asked by fussy 7 months ago
A:
You are correct, this is more likely to happen with smaller pieces of staples. You may be able to reduce the problem by slowly closing the stapler so you can control the force of the spring a little better

Answered by Mybinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
is there and online owners manual or diagram?
Asked by Community 7 months ago
A:
If the stapler is not closing, can I assume it will not staple either? Are you able to open the stapler? Do you see any obstructions in the front or back of the staple chamber?

Answered by Mybinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
I have a model 7919x stapler and the spring that connects the mechanism that sits behind the staples disconnected. Please advise attachment 
Asked by Skiblzr 7 months ago
A:
I have forwarded your information to customer care and they should be in touch shortly with a solution

Answered by Mybinding.com 7 months ago
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