|Item Weight||1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 19 x 6 inches|
|Item model number||GBC2515650|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||GBC2515650|
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GBC ProClick P50 Desktop Binding Machine (2515650)
|Price:||$78.89 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Slim profile, light weight
- Store on your desk or in a drawer
- Punches up to 6 sheets
- Use with the ProClick spines
- Limited 1 year warranty
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Swingline GBC ProClick P50, Desktop Punch
Swingline GBC ProClick P50, Desktop Punch, 6 Sheets
Swingline GBC ProClick P50 desktop binding punch lets you work from the comfort of your desk. Punches up to 6 sheets to make it easier for you to manually bind with editable Swingline GBC ProClick spines. Limited 1-year warranty.
- Punches up to 6 sheets at once
- Use with ProClick editable spines to bind documents
- Slim profile for desktop use
- Lightweight and easy to store
Use with GBC ProClick binding spines to securely bind documents and haves pages lie flat for 360° rotation. Spines zip open and closed to make adding or removing pages simple. Ideal for use with GBC ProClick binding machines and pre-punched paper. Choose size, color and quantity to meet your binding needs.
|GBC ProClick Electric P210E||GBC ProClick Binding Spines||GBC Clear View Pre-Punched for ProClick|
|You may also be interested in these items:||Easy electric punching of up to 15 sheets. Binds up to 110 sheets.||Spines zip open and close to make adding or removing pages simple.||Covers are pre-punched with 32 holes for easy use|
Top Customer Reviews
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Fortunately or unfortunately I had to take all my music books to Kinkos to have them rip the bindings as well as take ~0.25" off top and bottoms so the pages would fit in the machine. Machine is solid and easy to use, especially with standard paper sizes.
Spines open and close so you can continue to add to your project
The spines come in a variety of sizes, up to 100 pages
The spines can be easily cut down to work with smaller sized pages
Easy to use, even a child could use it
Pages lay flat in spines
Small, easy to store
Can only easily cut about 6-7 pages at a time and 2 pieces of card stock (for me this isn't much of an issue)
Can't bind larger pages, such as 12x12 scrapbooking pages (also not a big deal to me)
Obviously, the pros way outweigh the cons. I'm completely thrilled with my ProClick and highly recommend it!
Still, the machine is pretty sturdy and does what it claims. I actually broke mine trying to punch through my hand-made covers, which were basically cereal box cardboard with paper glued around the outside. I was able to take apart the machine and fix it with just a screw driver and a socket set, looks like one of the plastic pieces just jumped the track. The lesson was: don't apply downward pressure when punching difficult material. Instead, pull side to side harder.
I'm giving the machine 4 stars as it really does what it's supposed to do well, which is punch 11" tall paper. The spines (not included!) are easy to use and it's cool that they can be re-opened and reused. It was only by pushing it beyond what it was supposed to do (small sheets, heavier cardboard) that I had any problems, and even these were fairly easy to rectify.
One possibly helpful bit of advice: you DO have more options than just the proprietary Pro-Click spines.
The holes punched are 3:1 pitch, and spiral coil binding works just fine. There's one (mybinding) in particular that has a great chart that shows coil size needed for specific numbers of pages. As of right now, they range from 6mm (1/4") for 30 pages all the way up to 60mm (2") for 440 pages.
Just MAKE SURE you purchase 3:1 specifically - the standard size is 4:1, so double-check for best results!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Using the ProClick system to create materials for my classroom and union work - love it! I much prefer spiral notebooks to binders for papers I am working with constantly, and... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Amy Salyer Barton
The machine itself works great and is exactly what I need and was not super expensive. The seller on the other hand was not great. Read morePublished 2 months ago by K G
I first heard of this from "A Farmhouse Full" vlog and thought that it was worth the investment. Read morePublished 4 months ago by LanaMS
This is amazing! I'm binding literally EVERYTHING for my classroom now, and its super easy. You just have to make sure you push the papers all the way in, or you'll end up with... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Aurora
Great machine easy to use. Put the papers in (about 5 or so) swipe the handle across the top and the holes are made. They are ready for the proclick binders. Read morePublished 5 months ago by julie wood