Swingline White Stapleless Stapler - 79198
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Swingline White Stapleless Stapler - 79198

Part #: SWI-79198
Brand: Swingline
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  • Fastens up to 5 sheets at a time and eliminates the need to have both a stapler and staples
  • Limited 1 year warranty
  • Color: White
  • Compact, ergonomic design facilitates quick and easy handheld use for kids and adults alike
  • 1 Year Warranty
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The Swingline White Stapleless Stapler is a unique alternative to traditional staplers - it does not require any staples! Fastener uses unique "punch-n-tuck" design to neatly and securely hold papers together. The Swingline White Stapleless Stapler fastens up to 5 sheets at a time and eliminates the need to have both a stapler and staples.

Product Details

  • Stapleless stapler fastens papers together without staples. Suitable for all ages, the stapleless stapler is great for home, school, office and travel use.
  • Fastens up to 5 sheets at a time and eliminates the need to have both a stapler and staples
  • Stapleless stapler fastens by punching a small hole in a stack of paper and tucking the punched-out tab under the bottom sheet
  • Each "punch-n-tuck" operation makes a clicking sound to confirm successful fastening
  • Compact, ergonomic design facilitates quick and easy handheld use for kids and adults alike
  • White
  • Limited 1 year warranty

Item Specifications

  • UPC: 074711791984
  • Color: White
  • Period of Warranty: 1 year

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Swingline White Stapleless Stapler

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding.com. This is the White Stapleless Stapler from Swingline.

I had never seen anything like this before, and I’ll say I was impressed with the result. This stapler utilizes a unique “punch-n-tuck” technique to securely hold a set of paper together. The mechanism takes a long, rounded punch out of the paper, cuts a slit before it, tucks that punch back into the slit, and flattens it all down to hold it securely. It’s a small, comfortable, handy design and doesn’t require very much force to use. The Stapleless stapler is a great new innovation from Swingline.

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Welcome to MyBinding.com. This is the White Stapleless Stapler from Swingline.

I had never seen anything like this before, and I’ll say I was impressed with the result. This stapler utilizes a unique “punch-n-tuck” technique to securely hold a set of paper together. The mechanism takes a long, rounded punch out of the paper, cuts a slit before it, tucks that punch back into the slit, and flattens it all down to hold it securely. It’s a small, comfortable, handy design and doesn’t require very much force to use. The Stapleless stapler is a great new innovation from Swingline.

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Questions & Answers

Thank you for your question. Like any blade or wearable part the punch/blade on Swingline White Stapleless Stapler will wear and eventually become dull at some point. Swingline does not offer any replacement parts for the Stapleless Stapler and would need to be replaced but they are designed for steady use and are durable.

Answered by MyBinding
2 years and 9 months ago ago
Thank you for your question. The Swingline White Stapleless Stapler does not ever need to be emptied it's "stapling" process does not leave any waste. Punch is folded back on to itself to secure bind, no paper is actually completely removed from the sheet.

Answered by MyBinding
3 years ago
Asked by KianaReeves18
The stapler uses a punch and tuck method. It punches through 5 sheets of paper and tucks the paper behind the last week.

Answered by Mybinding.com
5 years and 6 months ago ago
Asked by KianaReeves18
The stapler uses a punch and tuck method. It punches through 5 sheets of paper and tucks the paper behind the last week.

Answered by MyBinding.com
5 years and 6 months ago ago

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