|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9 x 2 x 7 inches|
|Item model number||73589|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||73589|
X-ACTO Palm Tacker Stapler, Blue (73589)
|Price:||$23.12 & FREE Shipping|
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- One-handed operation
- Removable wrist strap
- All-steel channel
- Built-in staple remover
- 12 sheet capacity
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Top Customer Reviews
She neglected to use the wrist strap. Minutes later, I got online an ordered another. She didn't offer to pay for it though.
Added Bonus: It's fun to threaten students to staple their homework to their heads if they "forget" to do it again. JK - I would never do that...or would I? >:)
More Bonuses: Since it looks "cool" and is different than normal staplers, kids want to use it, and they beg and volunteer to hang stuff up for me now.
Biggest Bonus: Less work for me + less money wasted in the long run = happy teacher dude. :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Exactly what I expected! A must have if you do bulletin boards!Published 6 months ago by J.D. Braddy
I have bought this for every one of my sons elementary school teachers! They love it. Makes bulletin boards and hanging work very easy. So comfortable to use.Published 10 months ago by maria
Super stapler to use at school for putting items on a bulletin board. So much easier to use than trying to work with a regular stapler. Highly recommend this for any teacher.Published 14 months ago by RKN
Does what it's supposed to, but can seem a bit stiff at times. Still very useful for my classroom.Published 20 months ago by Azeza Maheen Chowdhury
This is a very poor stapler. I have already thrown it away because it does such a poor job in stapling into walls. It took too much effort to staple.Published 23 months ago by Amy C. Wells
I was given this stapler from a retiring teacher who stated that she never used it... I LOVE this stapler! Read morePublished on June 10, 2014 by Lundi A. Daniel
Bought this to use on bulletin boards. Kept getting stuck while working. Not worth the money. Buy a cheaper one!Published on December 30, 2013 by Pamela C.