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Premier 6-Station Collator, Gray (PRECL6)

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  • Quick and easy way to collate
  • Simply pull the lever handle to create collated sets of up to 6 sheets
  • Each bin holds up to 100 letter, legal, or A4 size sheets
  • Requires no setp, adjustment, or electricity
  • Not recommended for collating existing multi-part forms or stapled sets
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Product Description

The CL6 is the quick and easy way for you to collate your documents. Simply pull the lever handle to creat collated sets of up to 6 sheets. Each of the bins will hold up to 100 letter, legal, or A4 size sheets. No setup or electricity is required to operate.

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Brand NamePremier
Item Weight5 pounds
Product Dimensions13 x 12 x 11 inches
Item model numberPRECL6
ColorGray
Number of Items1
Manufacturer Part NumberPRECL6
  
Additional Information
ASINB00076X7FM
Best Sellers Rank #132,250 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
Date First AvailableApril 19, 2006
  
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By My Review for you. on August 2, 2010
this machine doesn't pull evenly, pulls multiple sheets from some trays, none from others.

much better off using a real manual machine.
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Alas, this the only desktop collator available. Even so, it's not worth the price. Flimsy, under-engineered gray plastic, with a badly fitted plastic slider. The arms that push paper out are very difficult to reach, but you need to dicker with them often (because their rubber pads fall off, and because their plastic bearings get stuck). Martin-Yale should be embarrassed to sell such shoddy goods.

Treating it with the greatest of care, I made a run of 100 sets of collated school pamphlets, consisting of five 8 1/2 x 11 sheets of paper. Probably a bit easier than walking around a table picking papers from piles. A few hints: make sure that the stacks of paper are completely even on all their sides, don't have any curl, and are inserted exactly squarely. When inserting paper, look inside each slot, to make sure you get the stack underneath the little rubber pad (it's easy to get this wrong).

When collating the paper, push and pull the handle just the right distance (don't go too far back, or the pusher pads get lifted up and they sometimes get stuck in the up position, resulting in mis-feeds). Don't go too quickly, or multiple sheets will pop out. *sigh*

One of the rubber pusher pads fell off after the tenth sheet of paper. Took half an hour to fix (had to find double-sided sticky tape, and a long pliers to reach inside).

If this were priced around $25 or so, I'd say go ahead with it. But at $70 to $80, it's way expensive for such a poorly made device. By the way, this is available under several labels, including Premier and Martin-Yale. They're all the same.
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By Ronaldo Anzueto on December 15, 2011
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I recently got this "machine", after unpacking the machine started a self-destruction process, it seems the plastic is weak, and joints breaked, nice idea in a terrible material.
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I purchased this for a missionary in Mexico it was received in good condition but I don't know how easy it was to use.
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