|Item Weight||0.96 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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Swingline GBC 2515650 ProClick P50 Manual Binding System, Light Blue
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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.
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|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|
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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|Item Dimensions||4 x 19 x 6 in||3.13 x 9.81 x 17.69 in||17.25 x 8.25 x 13.25 in||8 x 19.5 x 5.5 in||14 x 9.5 x 5.5 in||9 x 15 x 15 in|
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The manufacturer says there are two ways to align paper in the feed slot on the bottom. One track is for a normal 11-inch sheet, and the wider track is for oversized covers. What if you want to go smaller? To do any other size of paper, you can use the "oversized" track and just roll the punch mechanism about halfway across the sheet. Then you flip the sheet over, line it up in the same track and you get a professuional looking edge (no partially punched holes at the top and/or bottom of the page. This ONLY WORKS if your pages are exactly 10, 9, 8... etc. inches long. Fractional sizes will not come out well.
Theis will only punch six pages at a time if they typical printer paper. I use card stock and three pages are the max.
I used this type machine twelve years ago. They hold up well, but you think there'd be some innovations.
It arrived on time and no assembly was required - How simple was that!!
I would recommend this machine based on it's functionality and it ease of storage.
It can also punch through the shorter (8½") side without creating any partial holes at the edges. Just make sure you align the paper along the lower edge--the one marked "Standard" and not "Oversized". The spacing of the holes for the shorter edge will be a bit more centered if you use the right lower edge as opposed to the left lower edge.