|Item Weight||1.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3.5 x 12.3 x 2.3 inches|
|Item model number||74037|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||74037|
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Swingline Desktop Hole Punch, Precision Pro, 2 - 3 Holes, Adjustable Centers, 10 Sheets (74037)
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- This 2 - 3 hole punch is a professional, metal hole punch that is specially designed for manual, precision cutting; up to 10 sheet paper punch capacity
- Manually punch 9/32" holes with precise, patented pin technology; semi-adjustable punch heads allow for 2 and 3 hole punching, Easy-glide chip tray prevents mess during disposal
- The black and silver color scheme of the Precision Pro punch looks sleek and stylish on any desktop
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Swingline Precision Pro Desktop Punch, 2-3 Holes, 10 Sheets, Black/Silver
Durable, precise, professional and stylish
Improve your hole punching experience with a Swingline Precision Pro paper punch. This model features exclusive patented pin technology to deliver more precise cutting results. Hanging chads are eliminated and you are left with 2 or 3 perfectly clean 9/32" holes. Simply move the adjustable punch heads to set the punch for either 2 or 3 hole punching needs. The Precision Pro is ideal for standard capacity jobs as it punches up to 10 sheets at a time. An easy-glide chip tray is also included to simplify cleanup. Chips are caught in the tray and they do not spill out as the tray is smoothly removed from the punch base. The black and silver color scheme of the Precision Pro punch looks sleek and stylish on any desktop and it is the perfect addition to your set of office tools.
The Precision Pro paper punch allows manual punching of 2 or 3 holes. Patented pin technology consistently delivers improved precision and accuracy. Punches up to 10 sheets at once.
Choose the Swingline Paper Punch That's Right for You
Swingline paper punches deliver clean punch results from the convenience of your desktop. Choose a hole punch that matches your style and meets your needs.
|Precision Pro Punch||Light Duty Punch||3-Hole Paper Punch|
|Number of Holes||2-3||2-3||3|
|Sheet Capacity||10 Sheets||8 Sheets||6 Sheets|
|Special Feature||Easy-glide chip holder||All metal construction||Pink to support breast |
Precision Pro Punch--Designed for manual, precision cutting this paper punch features patented pin technology. Adjustable centers cleanly punch 2 or 3 holes in as many as 10 sheets at a time. Creates 9/32" holes and the easy-glide tray captures chips to help keep desktops clean. Black/Silver.
Light Duty Punch--Get consistent hole punching performance from a convenient, manual desktop punch. Durable metal construction punches up to 8 sheets at a time. Semi-adjustable centers with 5 stop flexibility allows 2 or 3 hole punching.
3-Hole Paper Punch--A compact and economical punch that is perfect for home and school use. The standard 3-hole punch head configuration is fixed to accommodate most binders and presentation folders. Punches up to 6 sheets at a time. Pink color is stylish and shows support in the fight against breast cancer.
Top Customer Reviews
--Heavy enough to not slide around while punching. Not flimsy.
--Easily punches about 5-8 pieces of paper at a time.
--Price. $8 is a bargain...if it works.
--Not easy to adjust. You have to unscrew and move the 3 screws on the bottom. I think they're plastic so if they break? that's it for the puncher.
--Holes a bit close to the edge of the paper, and there is no way to adjust that.
--Just partial metal construction - so far so good, but the rubbery plastic tray might get loose after a lot of use, and if just one of those screws breaks, then the whole puncher [haha, little pun there ;-p] won't work.
Operation is smooth. At 10 pages (its maximum capacity), I have to work a little more to slide the paper in. I can feel a little more force is needed to punch, but just putting my weight on it works. It's not a struggle. Smaller stacks of paper (about six pages) will punch without any effort at all.
The chip tray keeps everything neat. It slides open for a quick dump over the wastepaper basket. I don't have confetti flying everywhere.
The punch heads are replaceable and they can be moved into a variety of positions. I can even turn it into a two-hole punch or a one-hole punch. Moving or removing the punch heads requires the use of a screwdriver, so it's not something I'd want to do constantly; but it's not difficult to do.
This paper punch is sturdy, attractive, compact, does what I need it to do with ease. I love it.
Feel like it's pretty heavy and it does punch a bit too close to the edge of the paper.
Decent for the price though.
Frankly, I figured at this bargain price, the unit was probably on the flimsy side. Wrong! It's heavy, with equally heavy-duty steel fittings on all of the stress points.
I tried it out on three sheets of paper at a time and it cuts like a dream. I then tried out my newly punched pages on two different loose-leaf binders, each made by a different company. The pages fit perfectly.
When unpacking the unit, there is a green plastic block (for shipping purposes), which locks the moving parts and which must be pried out. This took a minute or so of prying with a screwdriver.
I haven't tried to adjust the hole-spacing but I gather that you remove three heavy slotted screws (which I believe are black anodized steel), and slide the three punch anvils by individually nudging them to the desired position holes, where the screws can then be re-inserted.
There are no distance markings for the mounting holes, but inserting a sheet of paper with the desired hole-spacing will serve as an adjustment template. It looks clumsy, but strait forward.
One reviewer commented that the holes are a little too close to the paper edge. I'm inclined to agree, but I doubt that the spacing, about 3/16 of an inch or 5mm (they looked exactly even with both Metric and Imperial rulers), will not tear at the binder rings easily, and it wastes less space for text.
I have a hand-held paper punch (the kind that looks like pliers). It worked fine but getting each hole correctly placed was tedious and error prone. Had I known how affordable and well made this was, I would have bought one years ago.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very strong, durable and capable hole puncher. I am a teacher and this is the penultimate of hole punchers!Published 1 day ago by Ryan Ariosa
This is a good 3-hole punch for the price. It feels very heavy duty and comfortable to use, and without knowing anything else about it, you might assume that it's actually a lot... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Stefanie Hutson
Does its job.
The only complaint is that the pieces from the holes punched out don't necessarily stay in the bottom compartment, even if it's completely covered and properly... Read more
Nice and sturdy. Does what it's supposed to. What more can a person ask for. I would recommend it to people.Published 5 days ago by Shirvan Ramjit
I wasn't aware or didn't read that it only punches through ten pages at a time, so I returned. Looking for an industrial sized one that will dice through 50 pages.Published 5 days ago by Emily
For ~$10 the overall unit feels solid. To punch the holes, a firm press onto the unit is necessary. The holes do punch clean. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Peter P