SWI74037

Swingline Three-Hole Punch

3 Punch Head(s) - 10 Sheet Capacity - 9/32" - Silver

Reg. Price $24.90

Our Price $14.98 Each

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Light-duty punch holds 10 sheets of 20 lb. paper. Superior cutting action delivers clean, precise 9/32" holes. Semi-adjustable punch has a comfortable grip on the handle, and smooth paper handling with metal punch mechanism.

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SKU
SWI74037
Manufacturer
ACCO Brands Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
74037
Brand Name
Swingline
Product Type
Manual Hole Punch
Color
Black
Punch Positions
3 Hole
Number of Punch Heads
3Semi-adjustable
Punch Shape
Round
Punch Size
9/32"
Features
Paper Guide
Recycled
No

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Swingline Three-Hole Punch
 
2.9

(based on 12 reviews)

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50%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Good punch, but will not accommodate many sheets of paper

This is another well-built Swingline product. It's durable, cuts easily, and catches the paper holes and contains them in the base better than other brands that I have used, so there isn't an...Read complete review

This is another well-built Swingline product. It's durable, cuts easily, and catches the paper holes and contains them in the base better than other brands that I have used, so there isn't an issue of confetti littering my desk and floor. The only complaint that I have is about the capacity - the most sheets of paper that will fit in the punch at once is 13. Over all, though, this is another nice product that I will probably continue using for many years.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

The adjustable hole settings are good.

This punch was purchased because of the adjustable hole settings. It would seem obvious that if the holes are closer together, it is probably because a smaller piece of paper is being punched....Read complete review

This punch was purchased because of the adjustable hole settings. It would seem obvious that if the holes are closer together, it is probably because a smaller piece of paper is being punched. There should be an adjustable stop to align the paper for punching when a smaller sheet of paper is being used.

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2.0

Needs replacement tray.

By BethA

from Texas

Comments about Swingline Three-Hole Punch:

Needs a replacement tray available. The tray eventually cracks and breaks and falls apart. Puncher works fine.

 
2.0

Chip tray breaks, no repacement available.

By Disappointed

from Texas, USA

Comments about Swingline Three-Hole Punch:

My chip tray has broken and the manufacturer does not sell a replacemant, therefore using the punch makes a mess. The other parts of the punch work just fine. Would not buy another one. Look elsewhere.

 
4.0

Good punch, but will not accommodate many sheets of paper

By Wicky

from Appleton, WI

Comments about Swingline Three-Hole Punch:

This is another well-built Swingline product. It's durable, cuts easily, and catches the paper holes and contains them in the base better than other brands that I have used, so there isn't an issue of confetti littering my desk and floor. The only complaint that I have is about the capacity - the most sheets of paper that will fit in the punch at once is 13. Over all, though, this is another nice product that I will probably continue using for many years.

 
1.0

Can't remove safety tab to even try it out

By Allie

from Chicago

Comments about Swingline Three-Hole Punch:

How do you remove the jammed safety tab. The green sticker that said "remove" was not sufficient instruction to defeat this trap.

 
4.0

Works great but chip tray is weak

By CaminoKid

from Janesville, WI, USA

Comments about Swingline Three-Hole Punch:

The punch works great and meets my expectations except for the chip tray. The chip tray material needs to be improved and made available in replacement parts. The material appears to start to shrink and then cracks on the ends on the back edge. Other than the chip tray breakage, the punch meets my expectations

 
1.0

Product doesnt work to its full potential

By sam719

from Schaumburg, IL, USA

Comments about Swingline Three-Hole Punch:

I use this whole punch at work and it only punches two holes on each end. The middle metal is defective, i have to push it down with full force to get the middle of the paper punched, and it only punches semi circle on each end and the paper gets stuck. Very disappointment with this product.

 
3.0

The adjustable hole settings are good.

By bill9

from Florida, USA

Comments about Swingline Three-Hole Punch:

This punch was purchased because of the adjustable hole settings. It would seem obvious that if the holes are closer together, it is probably because a smaller piece of paper is being punched. There should be an adjustable stop to align the paper for punching when a smaller sheet of paper is being used.

 
4.0

Very good punch

By Anonymous

from Kansas

Comments about Swingline Three-Hole Punch:

This punch is very good and punches papers great. I like to do more than one page at a time.

 
2.0

Worked great until it broke 2 weeks after I bought it

By kayrayy

from Worcester, MA

Comments about Swingline Three-Hole Punch:

It worked great and I was pleased with it, until one of the punches broke and just came out (the round metal piece that goes through the paper). I only had it for about 2.5 weeks. Before that, it worked great though. Just wish it lasted...

 
3.0

It's OK for the money

By Top93

from MO

Comments about Swingline Three-Hole Punch:

When you change from three to two hole there is no stop so all pages are punched in the same spot for each page.

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