|Item Weight||1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.7 x 9.8 x 5.5 inches|
|Item model number||S7006155A|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||S7006155A|
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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Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
work good, I mede so me improvements on the stitcher, I'm used to a professional stitcher but for my home based business this will. Read morePublished on June 6, 2014 by Douglas Breyfogle
It does not work that well but I need and they do not make them anymore so I will live with it and hope it will hold up.Published on May 13, 2014 by Judy B. Roberts
Solid and durable. Easy to use. What's more is it was not overly expensive. It did the job I needed to do and I'm glad I got it.Published on January 8, 2014 by GingerMarks FL
I'm sure it works as good as it can. It hasn't changed in design in a decade. I was just hoping the technology of ergo-dynamics might have brought about an... Read more
I am looking forward to using this for my inspiration booklets and music stories for very young children and their parents.Published on September 1, 2013 by Kathryn Hardage
I needed a tool to finish the books that I've recently self-published. This Swingline Saddle Stapler was exactly what I needed. It's a great tool.Published on April 17, 2013 by Richard Tarrant