SWI39002

Swingline Heavy-duty Stapler

160 Sheets Capacity - 1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4" Staple Size - Platinum

Reg. Price $95.00

Our Price $27.99 Each

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Deluxe Heavy-Duty Stapler extends your limits with greater capacity. Powerfully staples up to 160 sheets of 20 lb. paper for added project efficiency. Offers durable all metal working components. Features adjustable full 2-5/8" throat depth for flexibility and control. Soft-touch materials for stapling comfort. Uses Swingline series No. 353XX or No. 793XX heavy-duty staples: 1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4".

  • Additional Info
SKU
SWI39002
Manufacturer
ACCO Brands Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
39002
Brand Name
Swingline
Product Type
Heavy Duty Stapler
Color
Greys
Staple Size
1/4"
Strip Length
Full
Throat Depth
2.63"
Application/Usage
Paper
Weight (Approximate)
2.60 lb
Recycled
No
Limited Warranty
Lifetime

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Swingline Heavy-duty Stapler
 
4.2

(based on 22 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (14)

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    (2)

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85%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Works great and backed by warranty!

I use the HD stapler continuously throughout the day, swapping out 1/2 - 3/4" staples multiple times without issues. The strike plate on 2 units we use heavily broke and...Read complete review

I use the HD stapler continuously throughout the day, swapping out 1/2 - 3/4" staples multiple times without issues. The strike plate on 2 units we use heavily broke and when I called customer service they asked for a number off of them, my mailing information and new ones I am told are on the way. Didn't question how long we've had them, what we were using them for,..... It was just "oh you have broken units, we'll ship you new ones". Great service on a good product.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

5th stapler in 2 years

The stapler itself works great, the issue is the metal stamped piece. After a couple months, the part that bends the staple punches out. So you have to manually bend the staple once...Read complete review

The stapler itself works great, the issue is the metal stamped piece. After a couple months, the part that bends the staple punches out. So you have to manually bend the staple once it is through the paper. Obviously, this is a known issue, as the last one I got said limited lifetime warranty on the box, now it says limited one year warranty. Not that it is going to last a year. If you read the box it also states that it is made to Swingline standards in China. Being a loyal swingline customer since I can remember this is a huge disappointment. I have an old hd stapler that I purchased in 2006, that is still going strong. Keep in mind I use 1 staple per day, hardly a heavy work load and I only use swingline staples. Hopefully, this issue will be rectified.

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1.0

Broke After Minimal Use

By StaplingDude

from Troy, MI, USA

Comments about Swingline Heavy-duty Stapler:

The part that is supposed to bend the staple, broke off after maybe 10 uses. Now the staples do not bend making the entire stapler useless.

 
5.0

Works great and backed by warranty!

By harleydmark

from Santa Maria, CA, USA

Comments about Swingline Heavy-duty Stapler:

I use the HD stapler continuously throughout the day, swapping out 1/2 - 3/4" staples multiple times without issues. The strike plate on 2 units we use heavily broke and when I called customer service they asked for a number off of them, my mailing information and new ones I am told are on the way. Didn't question how long we've had them, what we were using them for,..... It was just "oh you have broken units, we'll ship you new ones". Great service on a good product.

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Swingline backs it's products!

By Dara

from Palmdale, CA

Comments about Swingline Heavy-duty Stapler:

After 2 years of heavy use in a tax preparation office, our heavy duty stapler broke. When I called customer service and spoke with Lolita, she replaced my stapler FREE OF CHARGE! I am absolutely amazed that any company would back its products after so many years. THANK YOU!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

The shaft is not long enough to hit the staple row

By Mindie

from Tampa Florida

Comments about Swingline Heavy-duty Stapler:

As you will see by the picture, the metal shaft/blade does not go far enough down to even touch the staple. This is the Model 390. Can someone assist me?

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Works good BUT !!!! you must have the corrrect staples

By SomewhatHappyEndUser

from Chicago, IL, USA

Comments about Swingline Heavy-duty Stapler:

Why would a company make three sheet paper stapler models and call them all "Heavy Duty," in the description and then make one of those models (the Light Touch Heavy Duty model) use a completely different staple that cause the product to jam? To me, It is not clear on your web site what stables should be used for each unit. The down loadable product sheets for either the staples or the staplers do not indicate recommended part numbers as to which should be used in which. As a result I now am the proud owner of a box of 2494 5/8" Light Touch Heavy Duty staples that jam the Swingline Heavy Duty Stapler 160. Additional thought should be considered when categorizing and naming products. You will also likely have less confused customers if you did a better job of grouping or linking products that work together, together. This Stapler does work nicely with the correct load of staples.

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Is it just a paper weight?

By Lilibet

from San Francisco

Comments about Swingline Heavy-duty Stapler:

We are about to throw this in the garbage. After trying to staple 75 sheets and the staple not going all the way through. Then two staples came out at once. I tried to find a manual to make sure we aren't doing something wrong. We can buy a new one but I want to make sure we aren't causing the problem.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

5th stapler in 2 years

By JCkissimmee

from Kissimmee, FL

Comments about Swingline Heavy-duty Stapler:

The stapler itself works great, the issue is the metal stamped piece. After a couple months, the part that bends the staple punches out. So you have to manually bend the staple once it is through the paper. Obviously, this is a known issue, as the last one I got said limited lifetime warranty on the box, now it says limited one year warranty. Not that it is going to last a year. If you read the box it also states that it is made to Swingline standards in China. Being a loyal swingline customer since I can remember this is a huge disappointment. I have an old hd stapler that I purchased in 2006, that is still going strong. Keep in mind I use 1 staple per day, hardly a heavy work load and I only use swingline staples. Hopefully, this issue will be rectified.

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

brand of staples made a difference

By Wayne

from Austin, TX

Comments about Swingline Heavy-duty Stapler:

I bought an alternate brand of staples than Swingline's at first because I didn't need the large box offered as a minimum. The stapler was HUGE disappointment w/ jams and wasted staples. Swingline even sent me a replacement stapler at no cost as it seemed to be defective stapler issue. When problem still persisted w/ new stapler, I bought the Swingline staple brand and issue went away immediately. Bottom line, don't pinch pennies w/ alt brand staples.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Like a Boss!

By Lobo

from Perry, OK 73077, USA

Comments about Swingline Heavy-duty Stapler:

We generate a lot of paper in our job functions, and binding the day's work was way beyond the piddly little desk staplers we've got. Enter this monster. It handles big stacks of paper with ease, and the lever action is smooth and easy even against a half-inch pile of papers. We love it!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

excellent product

By Catherine62

from Monroe, MI

Comments about Swingline Heavy-duty Stapler:

I use this stapler every day at work and it always performs beautifully. I never have a problem with jamming or skipping. Very reliable piece of necessasry equipment.

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