SWI06701

Swingline 67 Electric Automatic Commercial Stapler

20 Sheets Capacity - 210 Staples Capacity - 1/4" Staple Size - Black

Reg. Price $286.39

Our Price $194.33 Each

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Workhorse dependability meets speed and convenience with this rugged electric stapler. Stapler has a throat depth of up to 1" and adjustable gauge for stapling in different positions. Adjustable paper guide delivers precision alignments. Design also offers excellent traction and stable design for consistent everyday stapling confidence. Stapler fastens 2 to 20 sheets of 20 lb. paper with S.F. 4 Premium Staples.

  • Additional Info
SKU
SWI06701
Manufacturer
ACCO Brands Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
06701
Brand Name
Swingline
Product Model
67
Product Type
Electric Stapler
Color
Black
Staple Size
1/4"
Strip Length
Full
Staple Capacity
210 Staples
Throat Depth
1" to 1"
Application/Usage
Paper
Weight (Approximate)
3.83 lb
Additional Information

Power source: 12 volt AC

Recycled
No

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Swingline 67 Electric Automatic Commercial Stapler
 
3.5

(based on 15 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (7)

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73%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Still using it after 6+ years

After trying different automatic staplers, I came accross this one and I happy to say she is still going strong. I go through a strip of staple per day so I use this machine...Read complete review

After trying different automatic staplers, I came accross this one and I happy to say she is still going strong. I go through a strip of staple per day so I use this machine frequently. I also staple paper and plastic together snd she punches through with no problem. Standard Staples seems to work ok. No need to pay extra for the premium staples.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Newer models don't last

I work at a state agency and we have lots of the 67 model. The older models worked very well. In the last several years, we continued to buy them but these newer...Read complete review

I work at a state agency and we have lots of the 67 model. The older models worked very well. In the last several years, we continued to buy them but these newer ones jam, can't open the stapler to refill with staples and are basicly worthless. These problems started within the first year. We will be shopping for another brand. Considering the cost of the 67, not worth it.

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1.0

Newer models don't last

By Merry

from Austin, TX, USA

Comments about Swingline 67 Electric Automatic Commercial Stapler:

I work at a state agency and we have lots of the 67 model. The older models worked very well. In the last several years, we continued to buy them but these newer ones jam, can't open the stapler to refill with staples and are basicly worthless. These problems started within the first year. We will be shopping for another brand. Considering the cost of the 67, not worth it.

 
2.0

Doesn't staple correctly after a year

By krum35

from Lowell, MA

Comments about Swingline 67 Electric Automatic Commercial Stapler:

I purchased this because it said it handled a high volume. I go through a row of staples every 2-3 days. At first it worked perfectly. In the last couple of weeks, it has begun to crinkle one side of the staples and barely go through an 8-10 page document. I purchased the exact staples it recommended for use. I am disappointed it quit stapling correctly in under a year.

 
1.0

Most of the staples "crinkle" using recommended staples

By lola

from Sacramento

Comments about Swingline 67 Electric Automatic Commercial Stapler:

I spend most of my time removing crinkled staples - even when stapling as few as 5 documents even using your recommended staples. This stapler was purchased less than 6 months ago - we have two and have the same problem with both.

 
5.0

Stapler?? Swingline is the best!

By Joyce22

from Newberg, OR

Comments about Swingline 67 Electric Automatic Commercial Stapler:

This electric stapler was recommended by my doctor to avoid repetitive stress syndrome. It not only protects my wrist but works perfectly ever time

 
2.0

Works well for a while, then jams on a simple two page project.

By jimm

from North Carolina

Comments about Swingline 67 Electric Automatic Commercial Stapler:

The track slides in and out with a metal to metal scraping effort. Jams way too frequently for this price.

 
4.0

excellent stapler until it broke a year later

By paxilkat

from Houston, TX, USA

Comments about Swingline 67 Electric Automatic Commercial Stapler:

I loved this stapler until it broke after a year of using it. it did not have a warranty so I had to throw it away after having someone looked at it. Something internally shorted out where it had no power to it. But when it did work I absolutely loved it.

 
3.0

Worked great up until the time it stopped working!

By CD13

from Florida, USA

Comments about Swingline 67 Electric Automatic Commercial Stapler:

Stapler as functioned flawlessly until it recently stopped working. Although not designed to be taken apart, I did anyway. Appears that the activation microswitch has gone bad. Given the cost of a replacement, will see if I can get a switch from Radio Shack and replace it!

 
5.0

Still using it after 6+ years

By StaplerMastah

from Los Angeles, CA, USA

Comments about Swingline 67 Electric Automatic Commercial Stapler:

After trying different automatic staplers, I came accross this one and I happy to say she is still going strong. I go through a strip of staple per day so I use this machine frequently. I also staple paper and plastic together snd she punches through with no problem. Standard Staples seems to work ok. No need to pay extra for the premium staples.

 
5.0

USED IT FOR MANY, MANY YEARS WITH NO PROBLEMS.

By Hector

from Arecibo, Puerto Rico

Comments about Swingline 67 Electric Automatic Commercial Stapler:

WORK AT THE OFFICE AND PERFORMANCE WAS EXCELLENT. WILL ALWAY RECOMMEND A VERY HELPFUL WORKING INSTRUMENT.

 
4.0

Works well under most circumstances

By Frankie29

from Milwaukie, OR, USA

Comments about Swingline 67 Electric Automatic Commercial Stapler:

This stapler seems to work well under most circumstances. It does not jam as frequently as the manual staplers do, however the stapler's capacity is limited. I would recommend this to anyone doing frequent low capacity stapling.

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