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Swingline EasyView 2-Hole Punch - 74055

Swingline EasyView 2-Hole Punch - 74055

Part #: SWI-74055
1 Questions, 1 Answers
Brand: Swingline
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Main Features:
  • Open punching width for any size project
  • 2 Hole Punching Pattern
  • 20 Sheet Punching Capacity
  • 90 Day Manufacturer Warranty

ProductDescription

When it comes to precision two-hole punching, let this desktop wonder show the way. Its unique punch positioning system lets you know when the paper is correctly aligned - for perfectly placed holes every time! Handle has soft grip material for exceptionally comfortable action. Lock-down feature for efficient storage. Hinged chip tray for easy no-spill maintenance. Punches up to 20 sheets of 20 lb. paper.

Product Details

  • EasyView indicators turn from red to green to ensure precise 2-hole punching every time
  • Soft-grip handle provides exceptional comfort
  • Personalized nameplate ensures that your punch never "walks away"
  • Punches up to 20 sheets of 20 lb. paper
  • Handle locks down for easy storage
  • Hinged chip tray for efficient no-spill maintenance
  • Swingline Part Number: A7074055
  • Primary UPC:050505740550
  • Warranty: 90 Day Manufacturer Warranty

ProductReviews

1 Review(s)
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Reviewed on 8/22/2015

Swingline Easy View Review by Lynette N.

It is a very classy product while very efficient and effective. Light weight too and I quite like the open view

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Questions & Answers
Q:
IS IT ADJUSTABLE?
Asked by JULES
A:
This stapler is not adjustable to move the punch heads, only where the paper is inserted.

Answered by MyBinding.com 2 years ago
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