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Zutter Bind-It-All, Version 2.0
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- Comes with measuring guide for uniform accuracy- create perfectly bound projects, that look professional every time
- Owire Measuring Templates and Pocket Instructional Manual included
- The only Binding System you'll ever need
- Look for our matching Bag-A-Bind Storage Tote
- World's first and most capable dual action binding system under 3-pound
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The one and only Bind-it-All in Version 2.0. The V2.0 makes punching and binding easier than ever. It's the highest quality, most versatile dual action machine that punches and binds Chipboard, Zutter Acrylic, Clipboard Wood, Zutter Canvas Artboard and more. The BIA allows endless applications and creativity. Lifetime warranty.
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- One 12 x 12 book usually takes a few weeks to make with my limited time
- 12 x 12 scrapbooks that have good quality are quite expensive
- If you have a smaller event you want to scrapbook, like a trip to an amusement park, a 12 x 12 is just too big
- 12 x 12 scrapbooks can be a little boring, everything is behind page protectors and you can't make interactive books
When I did my first few mini-scrapbooks, I used binder rings. However they do tend to get caught at the hinge sometimes and over time get looser.
So my Bind-It-All arrived and it was crazy how I was churning out mini-books. I was using it to chomp holes into and bind chipboard, thick acrylic covers, and even leather. Only once did I have a problem where the thickness of the item was too big and wouldn't fit into the slot to be punched (it was thick chipboard and I'd already glued paper and embellishments close to the bind like an idiot).
So here's some observations from the last year using it:
- You can almost always decorate your whole album, and then punch it, since the Bind-It-All allows for thick items. When you buy pre-bound books, you can't put patterned paper or embellishments along the bind edge. I think it ends up looking odd with a strip of white or brown at the side.
- It's a little hard to clean out. There's a slot that opens on the side, I waited too long to clean it and it was jammed in, I had to get a wire and pry stuff out.
- You really should watch the instructional CD to learn how to align your media in the slot, when to choose which letter for slotting purposes (cover, insert pages, etc), how to then re-align the pages so that you can perfectly space the next set of holes (it punches about 5 rectangular holes at the same time), how to count your coil before snipping, and especially how to position the front and back pages so that the coil end is behind the last page. I don't think I could have used this tool well without that help and the demonstration I saw.
- It's a very small unit. I go to crops so it's a breeze packing it and taking it with me. One side effect of this is that you have to be careful to hold the base down well when pulling back on the lever, the base isn't wide enough to not topple a little unless you hold it.
- As a great starter project, look for Theresa Collins scrap kits that are made to be used with the Bind-It-All. Her materials can also be purchased separately, such as her lovely book covers (the Zutter book covers are mostly boring square shapes).
There are other tools like this on the market now, like the 7 gypsies Binderie and We R Memory Keepers Cinch tool. In fact, my local scrapbook store has greatly decreased their stock of Zutter and increased the stock of Cinch binder accessories. The Cinch coils can be used with the Zutter.
In my experience, I never use the smaller coils. I think for every mini-book I've made, I've used the 1" coil.
My bind it all will punch a 4" book perfectly, but when I have to punch anything larger, and use the guide so that the punches are all properly spaced, the paper does not sit flat on the bottom on the left side. The guide has been placed a hair too low on my machine (???) and I have no idea how that could happen, but that defect will make an 8" punch line end up going off page. My bf and I tried playing with it over and over, but I've decided it's going back... Why do I want to have to hopefully eyeball my alignments and end up wasting too much paper in the long run.
Upon further inspection, this does not appear to be a brand new item. And I did not get the DVD. I'm guessing when this was repackaged, the DVD got lost. :( It was advertised as such and I definitely would not choose a used tool like this only to save a few bucks.
Pro: Supermart is allowing me to return Con: AT MY EXPENSE. <-- Yeah we'll see about that.
The biggest drawback in my opinion is the fact that you can only punch 6 holes at a time - without moving the paper down and lining it up again to continue punching more holes. Another drawback, to me, is the collection chamber for the little pieces of paper that have been punched out. It's small and difficult to empty - I wish it had a drawer or some easier way to empty.
On the positive - the blades are strong - I regularly punch through 10mil laminated paper and it hasn't dulled at all. The price, compared to most other binding machines is obviously good. And the small size makes it easy to store. It also fits any brand of owire - you do not have to buy Zutter brand owire.
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