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Made By Humans, Eco Staple Free Stapler, Desktop Stapler, Silver (451)


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  • Staples up to 5 pages
  • Creates no waste
  • Safe for kids
  • Sold Individually
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameMade By Humans
Item Weight1.6 ounces
Product Dimensions2 x 2 x 1.8 inches
Item model number451
ColorSilver
Number of Items1
Manufacturer Part Number451
  
Additional Information
ASINB000OV5D1Q
Best Sellers Rank #64,139 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableFebruary 13, 2005
  
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Product Description

Staples papers together without staples! Yes, really. This is how it works: The Eco Staple Free Stapler cuts out tiny strips of paper in the corner of your documents and uses these strips to "stitch" up to five pages of standard paper together. No more metal staples (so that's good for the planet and your wallet). Ideal for paper shredders. Child safe. Uses no metal staples. Creates no paper waste. Safe for children.

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Customer Reviews

The product works well and is easy to use.
Goody2Shoes
The pages can be pulled apart without tearing, but under ordinary circumstances they hold together very well.
D. Steiner
Unfortunately, I think I've waited too long to return it or I would.
KyleDKushner

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

54 of 55 people found the following review helpful By D. Steiner on October 27, 2005
It's not as permanent as a staple, and the limit is 5 pages, but for what it does, it's very well designed. It punches a hole and threads a strip through another strip. The pages can be pulled apart without tearing, but under ordinary circumstances they hold together very well.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By C. S. Funk on January 14, 2007
I got this for putting papers together for my sunday school class so I wouldn't have to worry about the small children and staples. I find it works quite well. It does put a very small rectangular hole in the papers which is not a big deal. It does NOT require any more effort or force as other reviewers noted than a regular stapler (however I have the platic one and not the chrome, but I can't imagine it would be just so hard as one reviewer noted...time to hit the gym if this is a workout). My five year old can use it. It seems to work just like a paper punch if you are familiar with those. I think it's great and almost a necessity now at our house. I even thought about getting them for my daughter's teachers.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Dawn Crosby on November 11, 2006
For those who don't like staples this is a great way to keep papers together. I use it daily on stone tickets in our business as staples cause the stacks to be much taller than I want. I would recommend this item to anyone.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By taletreader on September 22, 2010
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I'm a little upset by my experience with this stapler. I didn't expect it to work exactly like a regular stapler, but I expected it to work fairly well with the mass amounts of attention it's gotten. I was told it'd work well with papers about 3-4 pages thick, and since I print my essays double-sided, I knew most of my essays would be the perfect size for the stapler. I went about telling everyone how environmentally friendly my stapler was, even asking people to come try it out if they wanted to see the "magic" in action. So, first demonstration, I used the stapler on 2 sheets of paper. It worked great at first, but if you turn pages (which teachers will have to do when reading your essays...), it falls apart. And that's with TWO sheets of paper. I've tried it countless times since then, but every time I get an essay back, it's all mixed up and unorganized. I even got points taken away on my last essay for not having it "correctly" stapled.

So, I can sit here and brag about my eco-friendly stapler, but I'm not going to brag about its performance. Plus, it's TINY, and Amazon shipped it in a huge box. Not so eco-friendly.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Lonnie Rolf on September 22, 2006
Works well - Will not stitch more than 5 pages together (Just as advertised) - Easily separate pages after stitching if necessary - Great item!
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By E. Shinkle on July 18, 2008
I got this to replace my stapler but it is definitely not a product that can. If you need to put papers together that will later be shredded then this is a good option. But for permanent uses, stick with staples
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ZuluQueen on May 22, 2010
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This stapler should only be used for casual stapling, meaning it shouldn't be a big deal if the papers you choose to staple together fall apart. Your best bet would be to use this stapler to put two papers together, max. Three or more sheets, and they will more than likely fall apart, unless you are super gentle.

Push down hard enough to get the bit of paper all the way through the slot. The better you press, the more likely the sheets will stay together.

If you go on youtube, you will probably find a demonstration video so you can see how this works before you buy it.

The idea behind the stapler is very nice and eco-friendly. However, it is no substitute for a heavy-duty stapler that will staple together whole essays. I remember when my classroom didn't have a working stapler one day, so the teacher told us to fold the corners of our papers together. This stapler will give you a little more than this amount of strength, depending on how many sheets you staple.

I tried flapping two papers together, and if you flap furiously and long enough, the two sheets will come apart.

A disadvantage to this stapler is that if you put two papers together, and then want to replace one of them, it's very tricky. With a regular stapler, you remove the staple, rearrange the sheets, and staple again.

For an eco-friendly stapler, this product deserves five stars. For a stapler, period, it deserves less.

I wouldn't pay more than 10 dollars for this. At any rate, even if you have no practical use for it, this stapler will look adorable on your desk. It has a hip, sleek, modern look, especially if you get it in silver, which I did. You can buy it for its looks alone; it's the perfect office eye-candy accessory.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Goody2Shoes on March 24, 2008
I wanted to try a staple free stapler because it would mean one less thing to buy (staples). The product works well and is easy to use. I stapled my papers while seated at my desk, took no extra effort as a previous reviewer stated. It does make a small rectangular hole so you might not want to use for everything. For my purposes, it's great. It's also a little easier on the environment because I do not have to figure out a way to recycle metal staples (and who wants to deal with that?) or step on the ones that have fallen to the floor.
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