SWI87810

Swingline Optima Grip Stapler

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

Reg. Price $42.65

Our Price $18.58 Each

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Stapler is ergonomically designed for handheld use and delivers jam-free performance with every staple from first to last. Use it to increase productivity with 25 percent greater capacity than standard staplers. Stapler fastens up to 25 sheets with Swingline S.F. 4 Staples and holds a strip of 210 staples. Innovative streamlined design lets stapler stand vertically or sit horizontally.

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SKU
SWI87810
Manufacturer
ACCO Brands Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
87810
Brand Name
Swingline
Product Type
Desktop Stapler
Color
Black
Staple Size
1/4"
Strip Length
Full
Staple Capacity
210 Staples
Throat Depth
2.50"
Application/Usage
Paper
Features
Anti Jamming
Weight (Approximate)
1.45 lb
Recycled
No
Limited Warranty
Lifetime

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Swingline Optima Grip Stapler
 
3.1

(based on 21 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (8)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (3)

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    (2)

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    (8)

52%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Sturdy, well-made, versatile (horizontal or vertical)

I purchased this stapler to replace a string of cheaper staplers that were paid for by my employer (each had broken within 6 months of being put into service). My Optima has now...Read complete review

I purchased this stapler to replace a string of cheaper staplers that were paid for by my employer (each had broken within 6 months of being put into service). My Optima has now seen 2+ years of daily use and is going strong. The only glitch is that it tends to malfunction when the load of staples inside drops to about 5 staples or so. I also wish it created perfectly flat stapling like some of the newer models, rather than the raised arches that most older staplers form in the back side of stapled papers (using the staples' 'tails').

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Great while it Lasted.

I'm a medical mail sorter, so I use lots of staples. A little more than 5000 a month, not joking. Bought it, finished off the pack of standard staples that Work Supplies....Read complete review

I'm a medical mail sorter, so I use lots of staples. A little more than 5000 a month, not joking. Bought it, finished off the pack of standard staples that Work Supplies. It jammed a lot. So I switched to the Premium S-4 staples as recommended by Swingline. After that it did awesome for about the next 15,000 staples. It only jammed once every 3 or 4 hundred staples. Now after 3 months and getting close to 20,000 staples its jamming again. Will probably have to look for another one. Dissapointing since the cheap stapler supplied by work lasted about 9 months before I had to replace it.

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1.0

Broke within a year - forget about the warranty unless you only use Swingline Staples

By Fro29

from az

Comments about Swingline Optima Grip Stapler:

It broke under very light use in less than a year.

 
3.0

Great while it Lasted.

By Chris201

from Berea, KY, USA

Comments about Swingline Optima Grip Stapler:

I'm a medical mail sorter, so I use lots of staples. A little more than 5000 a month, not joking. Bought it, finished off the pack of standard staples that Work Supplies. It jammed a lot. So I switched to the Premium S-4 staples as recommended by Swingline. After that it did awesome for about the next 15,000 staples. It only jammed once every 3 or 4 hundred staples. Now after 3 months and getting close to 20,000 staples its jamming again. Will probably have to look for another one. Dissapointing since the cheap stapler supplied by work lasted about 9 months before I had to replace it.

 
1.0

Jam Free? NOT

By 49papadan

from leavenworth, ks

Comments about Swingline Optima Grip Stapler:

This stapler has stuck since the day I bought it. I'm elderly and don't drive. I didn't have a chance to take it back. So I'm stuck with it. If it says 'jam free', don't believe it.

 
3.0

Loved until it started sticking....

By StaciBrooke

from Lodi, CA, USA

Comments about Swingline Optima Grip Stapler:

Jam Free Guarantee....I have had for three years and it has never jammed, but it now gets stuck after each staple where I have to open and close the top; For a pricey stapler with a jam-free guarantee I would expect more.

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1.0

This product looks and handles good but

By BDW2

from Arkansas

Comments about Swingline Optima Grip Stapler:

This stapler quit returning to the stapling position and will jam on 5 sheets. Now the top has come loose from the black flat spring that pushes the staple out. Cannot use now. Cannot recommend this product.

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Not worth the money

By Marva

from Mississauga, ON Canada

Comments about Swingline Optima Grip Stapler:

I bought the Swingline® Optima® Grip Stapler, 25 Sheets, Graphite Black stapler in January. After about six refills, it began to jam. I used the Swingline standard stapler as recommended but the stapler continues to jam. The product says Jam free Guarantee but it does not live up to expectations. I have wasted the company money because now I cannot return it to the store.

 
1.0

Worst stapler i have owned

By Nordy

from WA

Comments about Swingline Optima Grip Stapler:

Bought this product about 5 months ago and now it will jam every single use after each staple even while using the reccomended staples. It has been too long to return to the store i purchased it from so it turned out to be a complete waste of my money.

 
1.0

Rivet broke off

By artr70

from Sacramento, CA, USA

Comments about Swingline Optima Grip Stapler:

I loved the stapler until the rivet holding the spring strip on the bottom of the stapler broke off. Now stapler doesn't stay open. For this quality of stapler a screw would have been MUCH better. Now I have to throw this away.

 
4.0

Sturdy, well-made, versatile (horizontal or vertical)

By PaperclipHater2014

from Cincinnati, OH, USA

Comments about Swingline Optima Grip Stapler:

I purchased this stapler to replace a string of cheaper staplers that were paid for by my employer (each had broken within 6 months of being put into service). My Optima has now seen 2+ years of daily use and is going strong. The only glitch is that it tends to malfunction when the load of staples inside drops to about 5 staples or so. I also wish it created perfectly flat stapling like some of the newer models, rather than the raised arches that most older staplers form in the back side of stapled papers (using the staples' 'tails').

 
1.0

This product does not last - not worth the price

By Ginger65

from San Antonio, TX, USA

Comments about Swingline Optima Grip Stapler:

I have purchased 2 of these staplers and both have broken with normal usage. They only lasted not quite a year.

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