Swingline Plier Stapler

20 Staples Capacity - 1/4" Staple Size - Dark Gray, Black

Reg. Price $35.75

Our Price $20.13 Each

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Ergonomic handle fits comfortably in your hand to reduce fatigue
Integrated safety loop for security cable application prevents theft
High-impact plastic on cap and handle is durable for long-lasting use
  • Additional Info
ACCO Brands Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
Brand Name
Packaged Quantity
1 / Each
Product Type
Plier Stapler
Staple Size
Staple Capacity
Throat Depth
Limited Warranty


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Swingline Plier Stapler

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Not made well

By swingcushionguru

from California

Comments about Swingline Plier Stapler:

This stapler is 2 years old - gets a bit of use maybe 10 times at most per day. First six months the plastic part in the back to release to install staples broke off so I have to use a paperclip to get it open. Then the most infuriating of all is that it won't accept a full standard size row of staples - even the swingline brand - you have to break off about 30 or more staples.... So today thought I'd try and load a full row and bam - the whole thing is jammed and won't close so it's worthless. I even have the red version of Swingline standard staple and that think broke when I opened it to use the tack staple feature. Very disappointed in this product. Can the manufacturer give me a credit so I can replace my staplers????/


2 lasted less than a year each

By lilacs03

from Walla Walla, WA, USA

Comments about Swingline Plier Stapler:

I do a fair amount of hand stapling but for a stapler to not last more than 8-10 months is unacceptable. A little metal piece breaks off that holds the finger side of the soft grip on. This makes the grip fall off and takes away the leverage to staple, making it very hard to use. This has happened twice in a year and a half. Wish I knew what stapler I had prior to these because it lasted 9 years with frequent use.


Swingline Stapler 2995x

By Allllll

from El Segundo, CA, USA

Comments about Swingline Plier Stapler:

I've only had this stapler a short time and I went to staple 24 sheets of paper and the stapler jammed. When I went to get the stapler unjammed the stapler fell apart and now I'm trying to figure out how to put it back to gether and I can't figure how the tiny silver spring goes back, so I can put it all back together and try to use instead of throwing away a fairly new stapler that was not cheap.


Never jams ...

By GiGi22

from Marietta, GA, USA

Comments about Swingline Plier Stapler:

I have been using this stapler for approximately 7 to 8 years. I love the way you can hold it in any position to staple. It has never jammed with me. It is an asset to my job and a staple on my desk.

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