Martin Yale 1628 Desktop Electric Letter Opener
- Automatically feeds and opens a stack of envelopes
- Accepts standard-sizes business envelopes
- Handles a stack of envelopes up to 1" high
- Blades are fully enclosed to protect fingers
- Operates at a speed of up to 3,000 envelopes per hour
- Non-skid rubber suction feet keep machine in place
- Low noise operation
- Dimensions: 11.5" x 7.75" x 4.75"
Weight: 5 lbs.
UPC Code: 11991916287
- Manufacturer's Warranty: 1 Year Parts and 90 Days Labor
Welcome to MyBinding video. Let's take a look at the MY1628, a desktop electric letter opener by Martin Yale. The MY1628 is your tool to get through that stack as fast as you can.
Place your envelopes on the top and press the button. It shoots right through with a small slit on the bottom. Slide the contents out with ease and you're all done. When opening one or a whole stack, be sure to tap down the envelopes so that everything falls to one side. And place the other side back end toward the blade. Press the button, run them all through; there it is.
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Martin Yale 1628 Desktop Electric Letter Opener Review
Opening mail is an unavoidable part of any workday and it can be time-consuming without the right equipment. One product that can help you complete this task faster is the Martin Yale 1628 Desktop Electric Letter Opener. Here's some information about it, including its rating based on a 1-to-10 scale.
- The 1628 can automatically feed a stack of envelopes into the cutting area so they can be processed. The stack can be up to 1 inch thick and it won't overload the machine.
- This device is compatible with envelopes that are standard business size. However, it cannot process oversized envelopes, so you'll want to keep a manual opener on hand for those larger pieces of mail.
- This is a very fast letter opener. It has the ability to open up to 3,000 envelopes per hour. That makes this machine ideal for busy offices and even some mailrooms that need a quick and easy way of opening a lot of mail.
- The 1628 is one of the safest letter openers that's currently on the market. Its blades are fully enclosed so that your fingers will never come into contact with them. This way, you can focus on more important things and you won't need to worry about getting injured. The machine will also stay in one place when you use it because it has rubber feet on the bottom.
- Depending on your workplace, you may find that you need to place the 1628 in an area where people need peace and quiet to do their jobs. This machine would be fine in shared work areas because it operates quietly. Your colleagues will be able to stay focused on their jobs because they won't be distracted by mechanical noise.
- The 1628 won't take up very much room because it only measures 11.5” (width) x 7.75” (depth) x 4.75” (height). If it needs to be moved to a new place, it will be easy because it only weighs 5 pounds.
- Finally, this device is covered by a 1-year warranty just in case the unexpected happens.
Final rating: 8. Overall, the Martin Yale 1628 would be a good choice if you need a letter opener that can sit on a desktop. This machine works quickly so you'll be able to open a lot of mail in just a short amount of time. The blades are enclosed so you'll never need to worry about becoming injured. And let's not forget that the 1628 won't take up very much room and it runs quietly so it won't make an already noisy office even noisier. The only real problem with this device is the fact that it can't open oversized envelopes. As mentioned above, if you frequently receive correspondence in larger envelopes, you'll want to keep a manual opener nearby so you can open them quickly and move on to other things. Aside from that, the 1628 would be a welcome addition to any workplace needing a letter opener, so be sure to check it out today.