|Item Weight||1.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.3 x 2.5 x 8.9 inches|
|Item model number||1210|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1210|
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PaperPro inHANCE+ 65 Reduced Effort Heavy Duty Stapler, Black/Silver (1210)
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- 70% easier heavy-duty stapling
- Use just two-fingers to staple up to 65 sheets of paper
- Smooth, jam-free operation
- Sleek metal housing for long lasting performance
- Uses 5/16" & 3/8" heavy duty staples (includes 1,000 staples for instant use)
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Simple, 70% easier performance: use just two-fingers to staple up to 65 sheets of paper.
Compact in size with sleek metal housing for long lasting, desktop use. Smooth, jam-free performance. Non-slip grip on the wide handle allows for comfortable stapling when using two fingers or the palm of your hand. Rubberized base provides stability and desktop protection. Uses 5/16" and 3/8" heavy duty staples.
- 70% easier stapling
- Only needs the push of two-fingers to staple up to 65 sheets
- Smooth, jam-free stapling
- Wide handle with soft, non-slip grip for comfort
- Rubber base grip for extra stability and desktop protection during use
- Sleek, all metal housing for durable, lasting use
- Easy flip open, drop-in staple reloading
- Uses 5/16" and 3/8" heavy duty staples (includes 500 of each staple for instant use)
- 3-Year Limited Warranty
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Top Customer Reviews
1) I am an idiot.
2) This stapler works for me.
THIS STAPLER IS IDIOT-PROOF!!!
I haven't had one misfire yet. I like the fact that it uses staples that are longer, but not fatter. It makes the document look "normal".
I use this stapler a couple of times a day for documents that are 31-65 sheets thick (61 to 130 pages printed double-sided) with no trouble. My printer automatically staples documents up to 60 pages (30 sheets). Until I bought this stapler, I had to use binder clips for anything thicker. This stapler solved that annoyance for me: no more binder clips.
If you're not familiar with the PaperPro staplers, these staplers have a spring mechanism that hammers the staple for you. You press the top with your fingertips and the mechanism pulls the trigger to fire the staple through the pages. I've tried it on thicker documents (up to 90 sheets) and the stapler was strong enough to punch the staple through the pages, but the staples aren't long enough to actually fasten the document. It's still pretty cool though.
This stapler has made me a happier man. (I'm easily pleased.)
This stapler makes stapling roughly 20-60/65 sheets VERY EASY.
You CANNOT USE THIS FOR SMALL SHEET STACKS as staples will pop right back up through the front (see below for tested minimum sheet counts). Thus, this can't replace the common desk stapler. Also, testing below shows the 5/16" staple flexibility is itself very limited and thus does not resolve this.
The result has the staple END POINTS POINTING TO EACH OTHER, not all of the high capacity staplers do. It's a preference thing that you may or may not care about, both staple styles function well.
Look wise it is small enough not to look out of place on a desktop, although it is certainly larger than the usual desktop stapler. It is a bit loud at all sheet counts, if you staple a lot those around you might prefer you do so elsewhere.
VERSUS SWINGLINE OPTIMA 70 STAPLER:
Two high capacity 70ish sheet staplers:
- The PaperPro STAPLES roughly 20-60/65 SHEETS well with 3/8" staples (see below). By comparison the Swingline Optima 70 STAPLES 2-68/70 SHEETS well with 3/8" staples. With the Swingline there is no need to guess if you have minimum sheet count to staple well.
- The PaperPro staple end tips end up pointing at each other. The Swingline staple end tips end up parallel and diagonal to each other. It's a preference thing, they do the same thing either way.
- The Swingline Optima 70 doesn't also allow standard 5/16" staples, the PaperPro does, though the value of that appears limited (See testing).Read more ›
Received this through Vine, and when I opened the box found it encased there in a plastic clamshell package was my new PaperPro 1210 stapler. I opened the clamshell without tools and read the manual, which is also in Spanish, French, German and Italian, for those who need to know. It's all simple and very straightforward, and when I loaded the staples, found a small white cardboard insert that said: "Remove insert before stapling." There were two boxes of 500 staples, so I tried the 25/8 staples first (for 30 sheets, inserting the strip into the stapler. Grabbing a stack from last Sunday's newspaper, I guessed that it might be about 30+ sheets, and gave it a shot... and it worked, perfectly. Gave it a few more trial runs with the 25/8 staples, which have a 3/8" leg length, and it worked perfectly each time. Next I tried the 25/10 staples (for 65 sheets) and attacked a thicker stack of papers, and again it performed flawlessly.
Now it was time to get serious. Took a 47-page document from the laser printer, which had been printed on 20 lb. letter size paper, and added three more sheets for an even fifty. The stapler again worked impeccably.
From the minute that I unpacked the PaperPro 1210, I felt that I had a quality product in my hands. The pressure to staple 50+ pages is much lighter that one would expect due to its spring-loaded mechanism.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The metal prong in the base of the stapler snapped off within the first week of use. This prong inserts into the upper portion of the stapler and holds the spring loaded piece in... Read morePublished 1 hour ago by Bruce McElhone
Stapler is heavy duty. Works great when I have to staple several packets together. Great buy.Published 29 days ago by Christina
My favorite stapler - seems weird to say it, but it revolutionized a simple process. No more twisted staples that you have to pull out with a staple remover and then staple again... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bolo Jungle
I had an older PaperPro Heavy Duty Stapler. It did a phenomenal job for several years. It started giving me problems, and needed a new one. Read morePublished 4 months ago by El Juegador
80% of the time 2 or more staples and doesn't staple.. works once in a while..Published 6 months ago by Wonnie J.
I barely ever need to use this but after the few times I have it started malfunctioning. The staples ended up twisted and useless. I had to painfully remove each one. Read morePublished 9 months ago by RS