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Bostitch Anti-Jam Long Reach Stapler, 20 Sheet Capacity, Black (B440LR)
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||17.25 x 2.13 x 2.56 inches|
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- AntiJam floating core eliminates staple jams.
- 12-Inch throat depth makes stapling the largest booklets easy.
- Adjustable paper stop with both standard and metric measurements.
- 20 sheet stapling capacity.
- Durable all metal construction and mounted with the classic Bostitch B440 stapler.
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Durable all metal construction stapler makes booklet stapling easy! Mounted with the classic Bostitch B440 stapler. The AntiJam mechanism eliminates frustrating staple jams. This long reach stapler has a one foot (12-Inch) throat depth, which can staple even the largest booklets. It also has an Adjustable paper stop with both standard and metric measurements, to enusre precision alignments and consistency. The no skid rubber feet help keep the stapler in place while you're completing jobs. Staple supply indicator shows if you're getting low on staples. Can staple up to 20 sheets of 20lb paper. Manufacturer..
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|Item Dimensions||17.25 x 2.13 x 2.56 inches||15.59 x 2.32 x 2.09 inches||2.8 x 19 x 4 inches||15.8 x 2.6 x 2.1 inches||—||2.36 x 15.16 x 3.39 inches|
|Item Weight||2.30 lbs||1.24 lbs||2.00 lbs||1.20 lbs||1.17 lbs||5.29 ounces|
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Like 34 railway cars of stolen Nazi Gold expensive.
Because of our abnormal building and infastructure needs, we tend to print our own materials for staff meetings on an inkjet and just staple it. The long reach stapler helps make the most of our own (admittedly) sub-par presentations, and when the stapler reaches the middle of an 8.5 x 11 booklet, that means my employer is happy...and that means I don't get tossed in a volcano.
That makes me happy.
Naturally I waited until after my 30 day return window before pulled it out of the box and tried it out so I have to buy another. Very disappointed! I'll be avoiding Bostitch products moving forward.
Some reviews here have said to use heavy-duty staples. I had some surplus staples lying around, and these have worked fine after over 50 zines. I don't know what brand staples they are, but I am pretty sure they are not the heavy-duty kind because I use the same ones in my regular stapler.
I haven't yet tested the stapler's maximum-page limit, but it's worked like a dream for 20-30 sheets.
The only aspect that could use improvement is the lack of 1/8" and 1/16" marks on the ruler markings. I like to be precise! I have skipped using the red slide on the arm altogether. Instead, this is my work around:
1. Fold my pages prior to stapling (you should do that anyway if you want neat booklets with a crisp spine)
2. Lower the stapler's carrier on your stack of pages and visually check that the staples will fall right on the fold line. There is a small indentation in the carrier's bottom edge, right in front of where the staples come out. I've used that to align my fold correctly, but I've recently drawn a very thin line right on the carrier, so now I don't even have to look for the tiny indentation.
3. Staple your booklet and be wowed.
Yeah, it's an intensive workaround, but if you're looking for precision, this is what has worked for me. For the things you don't have to be precise about, the red slider will work just fine.
By Mrojas628 on October 20, 2017
By Steven on January 25, 2020