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Arrow Fastener P35 Extra Heavy Duty Plier Type Stapler

3.8 out of 5 stars 43 customer reviews
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Specifications for this item
Brand Name Arrow Fastener
EAN 6998796246723 , 6855851055143 , 0079055000358
Import Designation Made in USA
Item Weight 15.84 ounces
Manufacturer Warranty Description Manufacturer
Number of Items 1
Part Number GID-160693
Size EA
Specification Met N
UNSPSC Code 44121615
UPC 079055000358
Volume 6.6  milliliters

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Product Features

  • All steel construction
  • Hand guide loop
  • Cam actuated double leverage mechanism
  • More powerful for tougher materials
  • Chrome finish
  • Made in the USA
  • Uses 2 sizes of P35 staples 1/4-inch & 3/8-inch

Product Description

Product Description

Arrow's heavy-duty plier-type stapler is widely used in stores, workshops and shipping rooms. Ideal for stapling boxes, bags, and tags in professional environments. Features include a hand guide loop, a cam-actuated doubled leverage mechanism, and a 2-1/2-inch throat for increased reach. Uses 2 sizes of P35 staples 1/4-inch & 3/8-inch.

From the Manufacturer

Arrow's heavy-duty plier-type stapler is widely used in stores, workshops and shipping rooms. Ideal for stapling boxes, bags, and tags in professional environments. Features include a hand guide loop, a cam-actuated doubled leverage mechanism, and a 2-1/2-inch throat for increased reach.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 8.5 x 7.1 inches ; 15.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
  • ASIN: B0002P145I
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: P35
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,972 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.


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Customer Reviews

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I imagine it would work fine in the office, but I bought this for making giant cardboard puppets. This is the end all stapler for stapling cardboard and all of the puppeteers from my local puppet theater use these exact staplers.
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I work with handmade rugs. I could not use this model for tags because the staples are too big and thick.
I should buy a lower model (p22), but we use it to make boxes in other department very good for that.
The big issue is you can not find the staples in regular stores should order on line or search for it.
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Very Dissatisfied.

I bought this stapler as it is represented as Extra Heavy Duty. On the second or third occasion using it , the stapler broke, with a broken internal spring falling from it and then hitting the floor.

At less than 60 days old, it is past the Amazon return window, so I will have to figure out if I can get a new one on the manufacturers warranty.

The packaging says "Built to Last" I guess about 45 days a a couple clips of staples is how long it lasts.
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This stapler allows you to staple several layers of cardboard near the edge. If you wrap books with B-flute cardboard for shipping, this works much better that a table-top stapler. Very little effort needed and no sharp staple ends stick out.
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We have a bunch of these in a busy warehouse. They are used to seal plastic bags and thin cardboard boxes. They work great, until they jam. Usually the jam can be cleared. Sometimes it's easy, sometimes it takes a bit of work. Unfortunately they all eventually jam beyond recovery. Since the stapler is riveted together, it cannot be taken apart to clear the jam. This usally happens within a month of near constant daily use.

We have gotten to the point that Amazon will no longer send us replacements. They just refund the orders.

I would like to find something more reliable that uses thick wire staples like these do, but so far have been unable to, so we have been using them, swearing at them, and doing warranty replacements when they inevitably stop working.
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The less you use this the better it works. I got this after my P22 was jamming up on my cardboard sculpture projects. This will gives a stronger hold but it jams up just as much. Best to buy needle nose pliers to help pull out the stuck staples, A strong flat head screw driver also is needed to push the jammed side bar(?) down. And a slim curved tool is good for helping with the jams. And a same flashlight for seeing ever so sligty inside that unit. Tweezers can also help.
When this jams and doesn't work anymore, I think it does you just have to look for the jammed staple.
Next time I will go with a different brand. Can't be worst.
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Excellant choice for a plier type stapler. Well made AMERICAN product that is easy to use and maintain for use in assembling corrugated cartons. One dislke is a steep learning curve for assembly after disassembly for a staple jamb. There are no instructions provided for this, but with a little time, it all becomes clear.
I would recomend this P35 to anyone needing a longer 3/8 in. staple.
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I have two P35 staplers - one is about 7 years old, the other is 5 years old. The problem lately is that none of the 356 model staples are working in either stapler for an extended period of time. The first 50 or so staples work, but then they begin to fail in puncturing the cardboard. I've tried spraying the moving parts of the P35's with silicone, and sprayed the sleeve of staples after inserting them in the P35- to no avail. It's very frustrating to have a deadline for making cardboard boxes and not have either P35 working with the 356 staples. I've tried 3 different boxes of 356 staples with the same consistent failure for each box. The staples won't fold over and close even if they puncture with great difficulty. Bummer!!
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