SWI33811

Swingline Stapler with Remover

20 Sheets Capacity - 105 Staples Capacity - 1/4" Staple Size - Black

Reg. Price $21.89

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Durable metal construction features soft-touch materials to enhance comfort
Built-in staple remover offers quick, convenient way to detach staples
Rubberized base prevents skidding for safe use
  • Additional Info
SKU
SWI33811
Manufacturer
ACCO Brands Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
33811
Brand Name
Swingline
Packaged Quantity
1 Each
Product Type
Desktop Stapler
Staple Size
1/4"
Staple Capacity
105
Throat Depth
2.63"
Application/Usage
Paper
Additional Information
  • The S8 staple (#35660) is designed for use in the S8 stapler
  • Built-in Staple Remover
  • Staple size: 1/4" crown staples
Recycled
No
Limited Warranty
Lifetime

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Swingline Stapler with Remover
 
3.5

(based on 4 reviews)

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3.0

Stapling is Stupendous; Removal needs Revamping

By StapleMania101

from New Jersey, USA

Comments about Swingline Stapler with Remover:

I was examining my stapler today, and finally thought to myself, "What is that weird metal piece alongside of my favorite desktop companion?" - A few colleagues and I entered heated discussion, with the most likely thought (since this was afterall attached to a stapler) being that it is a staple remover. Dr. Google confirmed our suspicions. However, in attempting to use this appendage for its intended purpose, we all found the task daunting and our documents destroyed. I wish for your R&D department to brainstorm superior methods of staple removal - please help we poor desk workers! Thank you!

 
2.0

Problem with crowned S8 staples.

By mid1280

from Madison Hts., MI

Comments about Swingline Stapler with Remover:

I've used Swingline Staplers both at work and a home for a lot of years and have been more than satisfied with all the products until I started using this compact stapler. This is the first time I've had to use the crowned staples and I have been experiencing jamming issues causing some frustration with this particular stapler. When the strip is first installed it works great, but as the strip reduces in volume, the staples start breaking off the end causing the staples to jam. I believe the crowned staples to be the issue since I have no other problems with more than 20 other staples that require the standard size staples.

 
5.0

It's actually my favorite stapler!

By jami

from DC

Comments about Swingline Stapler with Remover:

I used to think "Swinglines are good quality, dependable products", but "whatever...a stapler is a stapler". Then, I found this one in my office and I think of it as my favorite stapler! You see, there's always some random occurance that requires a staple to be removed; and the standard remover always seemed functional, but a bit cumbersome. Now I need only search for one object to meet my stapling/removing needs. My desk is complete.

 
4.0

Excellent stapler

By chapx5

from Liberty, MO

Comments about Swingline Stapler with Remover:

Reasonably priced and meets all my needs. I would recommend this product.

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Cartridge Type
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