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

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Swingline White Stapleless Stapler - 79198

Part #: SWI-79198
Brand: Swingline
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ProductDescription

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

ItemSpecifications

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

ProductReviews

2 Review(s)
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Reviewed on 3/20/2017

Best purchase ever Review by Jackie

This product is really useful, well made.

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Reviewed on 3/17/2016

WHITE STAPLES Review by AnnieAshley

Although I've used this product and found it very efficient in working with juvenile delinquents that could use a metal staple to harm themself, I earnestly ask Swingline, "Why are there no white staples?!"
When I attach a picture or recipe to a larger piece of paper for copying, gluing & taping is time consuming and messy. If only, a white staple existed, not a trace left behind on the copy...
You're welcome... a new shredder would be nice (;

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DemonstrationVideo

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
Q:
How does it hold papers together?
Asked by KianaReeves18 1 years and 1 months ago ago
A:
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 1 years and 1 months ago ago
Q:
How does it hold papers together?
Asked by KianaReeves18 1 years and 1 months ago ago
A:
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 1 years and 1 months ago ago
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