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Swingline Saddle Stapler for Center Stitch and Binding Stapling (S7006155A)

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  • Durable all-metal construction for years of superior performance.
  • Fastens to work surfaces for exceptional stability and sturdy precision performance - with a padded base that prevents marring.
  • Staples up to 20 sheets with S.F.® 4® Premium Staples.
  • Handles full 11" x 17" sheets, 8" throat depth.
  • Limited 1-year warranty.

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Durable and compact center-stitch stapler for easy and accurate binding of booklets, brochures and magazines. Fastens up to 25 sheets of 11 x 17 paper. Staples up to 12" from paper’s edge; throat depth 8". Open channel loading for strip of 180 saddle staples. Rugged all-metal construction with calibrated paper guide for accuracy. Fastens to work surfaces for exceptional stability. All sheet capacities are based on 20-lb. bond.

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The Swingline S7006155A Saddle Stapler is a durable and compact center-stitch stapler ideal for binding booklets, brochures, magazines, and other multi-spread documents. With rugged all-metal construction designed for years of superior performance, the stapler can be fastened to your work surface for exceptional stability. Other features include a padded base that prevents marring and an 8-inch throat capacity with calibrated paper guide. Backed by a manufacturer's limited 1-year warranty, the stapler is able to handle jobs up to 25 sheets of 20-pound paper when used with Swingline's S.F. 15 extra strength staples.

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Brand Name Swingline
Item Weight 1 ounces
Product Dimensions 5.7 x 9.8 x 5.5 inches
Item model number S7006155A
Color Beige
Material Type Metal
Number of Items 1
Size 25
Manufacturer Part Number S7006155A

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ASIN B0006HUPQG
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3.0 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #202,500 in Office Products (See top 100)
#683 in Office Products > Office Supplies > Staplers & Punches > Manual Staplers > Desktop Staplers
Shipping Weight 3.9 pounds
Date First Available July 18, 2006

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This stapler is all right for thin booklets but the heavy S.F. 13 staples WILL NOT work in this item. The listing page shows that people are buying the sf13 staples with this item but they will not feed through the stapler. I have a Bostitch saddle stapler and it will work with the heavy staples and it has a thicker plunger than the more expensive Swingline. I have to recommend the Bostitch stapler because over all, side by side, the working parts are heavier built and because of the fact that it will accept the heavier gauge S.F. 13 staples. I can staple through 35 sheet of paper using these staples with the Bostitch.....not possible with the Swingline and the lighter staples it takes.
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This description mentions that SF 15 staples can be used for heavier duty applications. However what it fails to mention is that not only are they unavailable on Amazon.com.,they are unavailable
anywhere - because they have been discontinued! If any one happens to have a box of sf 15 staples around, I will gladly buy them from you for $20 box plus shipping. Why would I do this? Simply because I have a Swingline Saddle stapler in good working order which is designated to use only
the recommended staples (SF15) which worked great, but sf4's or others will not work at all. Thanks Swingline for a great product as long as one does not need to do any actual stapling.
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Have been using this stapler trouble-free to assemble student poetry books and other projects, ranging from a few sheets to 20 sheets in length, thousands of copies. Now the correct staples, the actual saddle staples, are unavailable, discontinued, whatever.

Here's what happens when you use ordinary staples: If the booklet is just a few sheets, the staples break or curl back through, creating protruding barbs along spine of booklet (most kids prefer to read their booklets, not bleed on them). If the booklet is 16-20 sheets of paper, the staples just won't go through; they just keep breaking, creating a half-anchored pin-like weapon (again, kids prefer to read, not bleed).

Without the correct SF15 Saddle staples, this thing has become a law suit waiting to happen in my classroom, so now it is nothing but an overpriced bookend. Unless you can first secure a lifetime supply of the correct staples, do not bother to purchase this frustrating piece of equipment.
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I inherited one of these staplers at work. It was a little difficult to operate, but did a fine job until I ran out of the staples made to fit it. The SF-4 staples DO NOT WORK in this stapler. Neither do any other standard staples, and I have tried at least 5 different kinds of 1/4" "standard" staples. Absolutely NO STAPLES other than the now discontinued staples fit this stapler!!! It is nothing more than an overpriced paperweight, and I have to find and buy a different saddle stapler to my and my employers' dismay, my time, and their expense. DO NOT BUY THIS STAPLER!!!
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Perfect for making small half fold booklets in low volume. We make a small Bat Guide for ourselves ([...]) and this stapler is perfect for binding the books. Making our own half fold guides allows us to change the content and keep it up to date, the problem was binding them. This gadget solves that problem and we can staple up 30 guides accurately in no time at all.
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I have had one of these staplers for 40 years and love it for making booklets with the staple in the middle and the pages folded in the middle. I found that I could substitute Bostitch Standard staples #SBS191/4CPR (http://www.amazon.com/Stanley-Bostitch-Standard-SBS191-4CP/dp/B00006IFMP/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1396822199&sr=8-1&keywords=bostitch+standard+staples). There is also a Bostitch version of this stapler, but it is missing the alignment guide that the Swingline version has (http://www.amazon.com/Stanley-Bostitch-Standard-Capacity-B440SB/dp/B0006HVU8S/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1396822530&sr=8-1&keywords=bostitch+saddle+stapler).
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As a grade school teacher I used this stapler a lot and ours at school always worked fine. Now that I'm retired, I volunteer at church and purchased this one to make it easier to staple various school/church booklets. The stapler I received didn't work at all as I know it should. It did not hit the center fold as it was designed to do, AND since it was "off" the staple didn't close at all. The stapler didn't sit flat on the base, and I think it just needed to be bent back about 1/4" or so make the necessary adjustment. But, at the price I paid for it, I wasn't going to tamper with it only to realize my assessment was incorrect.
I'd still like to get one of these, but I'm not sure another one, at this time, wouldn't have the same problem.
I read in some reviews that others seemed to have similair problems. Maybe it was just a bad day at the factory, but perhaps these staplers should be tested for quality assurance before they're shipped out.
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Amazon does it again. I received an obviously returned, opened product in a damaged box. It was an emergency order for a project at the due date so I didn't return it ... as the person who used it before had. If you want to sell me used stuff, then let me know what I'm taking a chance on.
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