SWI90010

Swingline LightTouch Heavy Duty Stapler

120 Sheets Capacity - 500 Staples Capacity - 5/8" Staple Size - Gray

Reg. Price $139.85

Our Price $62.80 Each

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Get revolutionary flexibility and ease-of-use in a heavy-duty stapler. Staples 20 to 120 sheets of 20 lb. paper with a single unique staple and 50 percent less stapling effort. No more changing staples for different size jobs. Offers one-button front-loading cartridge. Easy jam-clearing knob. Versatile adjustment guide for precision alignments. Exceptionally durable all-metal, die-cast construction. Stapler has 2-3/4" throat depth and an antimicrobial finish. Uses LightTouch Heavy-Duty Staples (90009) only.

  • Additional Info
SKU
SWI90010
Manufacturer
ACCO Brands Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
90010
Brand Name
Swingline
Product Type
Heavy Duty Stapler
Color
Greys
Staple Size
5/8"
Strip Length
Full
Staple Capacity
500 Staples
Throat Depth
2.75"
Application/Usage
Paper
Weight (Approximate)
4.50 lb
Recycled
No
Limited Warranty
Lifetime

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Swingline LightTouch Heavy Duty Stapler
 
4.4

(based on 13 reviews)

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85%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Heavy Duty stapler with nice jam clear feature

My wife has one that jammed up and every time we tested it the staple was all mangled and junky. 1) We didn't utilize the jam clear lever at first. Once I used...Read complete review

My wife has one that jammed up and every time we tested it the staple was all mangled and junky. 1) We didn't utilize the jam clear lever at first. Once I used the lever, the pieces and staples fell out and was clear. 2) I couldn't test the staple once cleared because it came out all mangled and twisted. Duh. It is a stapler designed for 20-120 staples. Once I tested it with 20 pages, all was fine. Both 1 & 2 were solved with a little common sense.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Disappointed; Tried for a month

I ordered this stapler for stapling 30-80 pages. The staples are too long for 30 pages -- the staples are too bulky on the back (wrap around) and can be felt through...Read complete review

I ordered this stapler for stapling 30-80 pages. The staples are too long for 30 pages -- the staples are too bulky on the back (wrap around) and can be felt through the cover (of books).The way I wanted to use this stapler was as a finishing tool (as a book maker) yet there were so many missed expectations for me. When I went to staple 40-80 pages the staples would get jammed and create holes in some of the pages but not completely staple through. The holes damage our pages which cost us money for reprinting. So as much as it's easy to load, it doesn't function well as a stapler and the staple remover button is not realistic. In other words: the remover doesn't work consistently (maybe only 20% of the time). I also had other people use the stapler to make sure it wasn't just me as the operator that was having problems. Three other users didn't have success using it either. If you want a finishing tool/stapler: Save your money and don't use this stapler.

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5.0

Heavy Duty stapler with nice jam clear feature

By BrianBailey

from Smethport, Pa

Comments about Swingline LightTouch Heavy Duty Stapler:

My wife has one that jammed up and every time we tested it the staple was all mangled and junky. 1) We didn't utilize the jam clear lever at first. Once I used the lever, the pieces and staples fell out and was clear. 2) I couldn't test the staple once cleared because it came out all mangled and twisted. Duh. It is a stapler designed for 20-120 staples. Once I tested it with 20 pages, all was fine. Both 1 & 2 were solved with a little common sense.

 
5.0

Effortless

By Linds

from Edmonton, AB, Canada

Comments about Swingline LightTouch Heavy Duty Stapler:

I love this heavy duty stapler! So easy to use. Easy to load staples and effortless to operate.

 
1.0

Disappointed; Tried for a month

By Booked

from la, ca

Comments about Swingline LightTouch Heavy Duty Stapler:

I ordered this stapler for stapling 30-80 pages. The staples are too long for 30 pages -- the staples are too bulky on the back (wrap around) and can be felt through the cover (of books).The way I wanted to use this stapler was as a finishing tool (as a book maker) yet there were so many missed expectations for me. When I went to staple 40-80 pages the staples would get jammed and create holes in some of the pages but not completely staple through. The holes damage our pages which cost us money for reprinting. So as much as it's easy to load, it doesn't function well as a stapler and the staple remover button is not realistic. In other words: the remover doesn't work consistently (maybe only 20% of the time). I also had other people use the stapler to make sure it wasn't just me as the operator that was having problems. Three other users didn't have success using it either. If you want a finishing tool/stapler: Save your money and don't use this stapler.

 
2.0

I can't find the staples for re-filling!

By StapleProblem

from Milton, MS Canada

Comments about Swingline LightTouch Heavy Duty Stapler:

Love this stapler, it works great. However, the 400 staples it came with will have to last the lifetime of the stapler because we cannot find them anywhere to purchase - that said, the stapler is going to be useless once we get through our first 400 staples! Not happy about this!

 
5.0

Almost No Effort!

By BretVz

from Louisville, KY, USA

Comments about Swingline LightTouch Heavy Duty Stapler:

Before we bought this Swingline LightTough Heavy Duty Stapler, I had to practically stand on our stapler when binding a large number of sheets. This one takes so little effort that even I can do it! Also, our old one would bind often because of the uneven force I put on it just trying to get it to staple. Not this one! I've had no binding issues, especially since I do not have to force it!

 
5.0

Docket stapler

By Mark27

from Cincinnati, OH, USA

Comments about Swingline LightTouch Heavy Duty Stapler:

work for the courts and we use this to staple the dockets together. liked it so much we bought 16 for all the courtrooms.

 
5.0

Very good Quality

By Flower44

from Milwaukee, WI, USA

Comments about Swingline LightTouch Heavy Duty Stapler:

I recently bought a faulty stapler and Swingline quickly contacted me for a replacement. I appreciate your quick customer serviceand willingness to help resolve the problem!

 
5.0

Best Stapler There Is

By bmcelyea97

from Huntsville, AL, USA

Comments about Swingline LightTouch Heavy Duty Stapler:

This is one of the best staplers that I have ever had. Nothing but quality and precision is built into this stapler. It has a nice sturdy build to it and is very easy to push down to staple papers. Overall this is a very great product that I use everyday. I couldn't be any happier. Thank you guys so much for making my office work so much more easier!

 
5.0

This product is so easy to use

By Cpteames

from Dallas, TX

Comments about Swingline LightTouch Heavy Duty Stapler:

This is the 2nd stapler of this kind I have bought for the office, works every time, you don't have to you use all your strength and staples, even a few extra than the maximum. If you are looking for a heavy duty stapler, this is the one to get. Easy to load, simple mechanics.

 
5.0

This product meets all expectations.

By SwanBay

from Frankfort, IL, USA

Comments about Swingline LightTouch Heavy Duty Stapler:

This heavy duty stapler is perfect for large documents. It is easy to load and easy to use.

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