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Swingline Smarttouch Compact Stapler
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Swingline Smarttouch Compact Stapler

Brand: Swingline
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Swingline Black/Grey SmartTouch Compact Stapler - 66508SWI-66508

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Swingline Smarttouch Silver and Blue Compact Stapler - S7066532SWI-66532

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Swingline Smarttouch Silver and Gray Compact Stapler - S7066534SWI-66534

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ProductDescription

Smooth and quiet, the SmartTouch Compact Stapler delivers premium stapling performance. It features an ergonomic, low force design that takes 50% less effort to use. One easy motion staples up to 25 sheets.

Product Details

  • Smooth and quiet stapling operation
  • Low force, reduced effort design makes SmartTouch up to 50% easier to use than traditional staplers
  • Half strip with ergonomic design and soft-touch accents
  • QuickLoad front magazine for fast and easy staple refilling
  • 25 sheet stapling capacity using S.F. 3 staples
  • Multiple colors available
  • Limited 1-year warranty

ItemSpecifications

  • Staple Leg Length: 1/4"
  • Staple Capacity: 105
  • Sheet Capacity (20 lb paper): 25
  • Stapler Category: Desktop
  • Stapler Size: Half Strip
  • Period of Warranty: Limited 1-year
  • Material: Metal
  • Performance Guarantee: No
  • Stapler Type: Reduced Effort
  • Color Available: Silver/Red, Black/Gray, White/Yellow, Silver/Blue and Silver/Gray
  • Part Number: SWI-66534

ProductReviews

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Reviewed on 7/22/2016

Swingline Stapler Review by MommaKDC

I trust Swingline and will buy this brand always. Dependable and trustworthy for years of use.

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Reviewed on 7/18/2016

Great Stapler Review by RISLLC

I love the color options, the smoothness and power of this stapler. It is easy to handle and powerful for a manual stapler.

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Reviewed on 7/15/2016

I couldn't believe this was a free product. It's very well made and easy to use. Absolutely love it! I have been very pleased with all of the products I've purchased from MyBinding.com.

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. Today we have a little look at Swingline’s SmartTouch low force stapler. It looks pretty cool and is pretty comfortable and it works even better. We have a lot more colors that what you see here. This compact stapler delivers premium staple performance. It’s super comfortable, ergonomic, does not slip at the hand and is easy to load. Push the button on the back, out pops the carriage, load the staples, you’re on your way. Its design makes it 50% less effort every time you staple. This one can handle up to 25 sheets of 20 pound paper in a single shock. It take... Read More

Welcome to MyBinding video. Today we have a little look at Swingline’s SmartTouch low force stapler. It looks pretty cool and is pretty comfortable and it works even better. We have a lot more colors that what you see here. This compact stapler delivers premium staple performance. It’s super comfortable, ergonomic, does not slip at the hand and is easy to load. Push the button on the back, out pops the carriage, load the staples, you’re on your way. Its design makes it 50% less effort every time you staple. This one can handle up to 25 sheets of 20 pound paper in a single shock. It takes standard size SF3 staples and has a pretty good throat depth length for a compact stapler. Punching through this stack felt like 3 sheets. That’s it, that’s a Swingline SmartTouch low force compact stapler. For more demos, reviews and how to’s, check out MyBinding.com.

Questions & Answers
Q:
Can this stapler reach 4.25" (halfway across LTR sheet) to bind a small booklet?
Asked by MikeECT 5 months ago
A:
I'm getting a different brand/model - this sticks everytime I'm at the end and I staple a fair amount so that means like every other day i have to "un-stick" the jam

Answered by Mybinding.com 5 months ago
Q:
Where is the quick reference sheet on how to un-jam the stapler? Swingline SmartTouch Stapler, Reduced Effort, 25 Sheets
Asked by CEPR 5 months ago
A:
To un-jam this stapler, you first need to eject the magazine cartridge in the front and shake out the remaining staples to see what is jammed in the front.

Answered by MyBinding.com 5 months ago
Q:
Button doesn't do anything
Asked by smking54 5 months ago
A:
If you have tried pressing the button in the back down and it has not released, we will need to inspect the product and gather further information

Answered by Mybinding.com 5 months ago
Q:
where can i find this product
Asked by jake 5 months ago
A:
The current versions of our mini staplers, including the SmartTouch Grip Stapler, accept standard size staples

Answered by Mybinding.com 5 months ago
Q:
what is the process for adding staples?
Asked by beeb 5 months ago
A:
This stapler has a Quickload feature. To load, simply press the button on the back of the stapler and the magazine will pop out in the front. Once it pops out, pull the magazine out to load

Answered by Mybinding.com 5 months ago
Q:
Stapler jamed on FIRST use. How do I unjam it and HOW do I open it to put inmore staples?
Asked by Janie 5 months ago
A:
You can then grab the sides of the magazine and pull it out to add staples. To clear a jam: You will need to press the Quickload button on the back of the stapler. Once the magazine pops out in front, pull it out. You can then remove any blocked staples from the front of the magazine.

Answered by Mybinding.com 5 months ago
Q:
The Swingline Smart Touch holds only about 2" of staples not a full 4" strip as packaged in a box. Is this the normal amount?
Asked by Janie 5 months ago
A:
The SmartTouch Full Strip Stapler holds a full strip of 210 staples.

Answered by Mybinding.com 5 months ago
Q:
Stapler won't open
Asked by santiago 5 months ago
A:
There may be a jam. You can try using needle nose pliers to pull the staple through the front of the stapler. If that does not work, please let us know.

Answered by Mybinding.com 5 months ago
Q:
How do you put staples in this stapler?
Asked by Queen 5 months ago
A:
On the pack of the stapler there is a colored button. If you push this button, the magazine will pop out in the front. You will then be able to pull the magazine out of the front and load the staples in.

Answered by Mybinding.com 5 months ago
Q:
What is wrong with sending instructions with your products?
Asked by deajay 5 months ago
A:
You should have received a response for a representative already

Answered by Mybinding.com 5 months ago
Q:
I can not get this stapler to staple?
Asked by Dona 5 months ago
A:
To open the magazine, press the button the back of the stapler. The magazine will release in the front and you can pull it out to add staples. If there is a jam, you can use needle nose pliers to pull the staple out of the front of the magazine if the back does not open.

Answered by Mybinding.com 5 months ago
Q:
jammed...won't open
Asked by JPledger 5 months ago
A:
To un-jam, try pressing the QuickLoad button on the back of the stapler. This will pop the magazine open and allow you to clear the jam. If not, and you can see the staple legs in the front of the stapler, try using pliers to loosen/pull the staple out. Then try pushing the QuickLoad button to open the magazine.

Answered by MyBinding.com 5 months ago
Q:
My spring popped out how do I get it back in
Asked by curious 5 months ago
A:
We will need to learn more about your exact problem to give you a solution

Answered by Mybinding.com 5 months ago
Q:
why doesnt this stapler work?
Asked by brokenstapler 5 months ago
A:
I have sent your information over to customer care and they should be in touch with you shortly with a solution

Answered by Mybinding.com 5 months ago
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