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GBC ProClick P50 Desktop Binding Machine (2515650)

4.7 out of 5 stars 63 customer reviews
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  • Slim profile, light weight
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  • Punches up to 6 sheets
  • Use with the ProClick spines
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Product Description

Bind at the convenience of your desk with the ProClick P50 desktop system. Punches up to 6 sheets. Slim profile stores on your desk or in a drawer. Compatible with the easy to assemble and edit ProClick spines

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Technical Details

Brand Name GBC
Item Weight 1 ounces
Product Dimensions 4 x 19 x 6 inches
Item model number GBC2515650
Color Blue
Number of Items 1
Manufacturer Part Number GBC2515650

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ASIN B00006IAS3
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4.7 out of 5 stars 63 customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #12,611 in Office Products (See top 100)
#4 in Office Products > Office Supplies > Binders & Binding Systems > Binding Machines
#4 in Office Products > Office Electronics > Presentation Products > Binding Machines
Shipping Weight 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available December 8, 2004

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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

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By Robert Ames on September 4, 2008
Length: 1:21 Mins
Binding machine works well and is pretty quick to use, even when punching smaller quantities. Works great for standard size 8.5"x11" (or actually up to ~11.5" using the "cover" notches).

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.
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If you are looking for an easy to use binding tool, ProClick is definitely worth looking at. I've been using it in our homeschool for over a year now and couldn't be more happy with it. I'll list the pros and cons...

Pros
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

Cons
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!
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I have to admit that I don't take the time to review every single product that I buy, but the ProClick Desktop Binding Machine is definitely deserving of the time it will take to write this review and I hope that this helps other people who are considering one. First of all, the ProClick arrived promptly and well packaged. Amazon had the cheapest price I could find anywhere as well. It works exactly as it says it will. We use it a lot in our homeschooling. We use FIAR curriculum so we use it to make a notebook for each book we've read. It is also very convenient when you have a few pages you would like to have kept together but don't want the bulk of a 3-ring binder. I have to admit that before I purchased I was a little hesitant because I wasn't sure how often I would use it, but I use it at least once a week! One thing that it doesn't state in the description is how easy it is to make notebooks of various size. You can't make anything bigger than a standard sheet of paper, but it is simple to cut the spines down to any size you want that is smaller than 11". A snip or two with any pair of scissors does it and you're good to go. I usually do a trial punch using the desired size paper just to make sure the holes are properly placed and make any adjustments necessary when I place my paper in the punch for the real thing. I highly recommend this binder.
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This Pro-Click system is great for creating and maintaining student notebooks. It is easy to use (even for the kids), very durable and reliable, and the spines could not be easier to close/reopen/reclose. Our school notebooking projects can lay flat; pages can be rearranged easily; and we have a professional-looking finished project! Yay for Pro-Click!
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I had been looking in stores for something to bind calendars that I wanted to make for the holidays for several years. I finally found the ProClick online. It works really great. Very easy and quick to use. You can only do a few pages at a time of card stock. However, I won't be using it for any multi page items. The ProClick is just perfect for calendars, or photo albums, or even small scrapebooking projects.
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Bought one of these for making some half sized booklets (8.5" x 5.5"). While the spines are easy enough to trim down to size, the device itself is clearly intended for 11" sheets. While the bottom edge looks great, the top edge ends up with a half a hole on it. While it's easy enough to make a little card-board spacer to offset the holes from the bottom to look better on the smaller sheet, it would have been nicer if the machine were in some way adjustable. Especially if you want slightly over-sized covers for your smaller project, in which case there's no way to get extra unpunched space along the top edge.

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.
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We've had one for several years now, and use it often. It's punched tens of thousands of pages. (Homeschoolers :)

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!
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