SWI29961

Swingline Heavy-duty Quarter Strip Plier Stapler

60 Sheets Capacity - Black, Nickel

Reg. Price $48.35

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Heavy-duty plier stapler fastens up to 60 sheets at a time with one staple. All-metal workhorse provides long-term, reliable performance. Integrated safety loop provides extra security for high traffic environments. Stapler features an easy and efficient top-loading design and only uses Swingline high-capacity staples (S7035550).

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SKU
SWI29961
Manufacturer
ACCO Brands Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
29961
Brand Name
Swingline
Product Type
Plier Stapler
Color
Black
Strip Length
Quarter
Features
Heavy Duty
Recycled
No

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Swingline Heavy-duty Quarter Strip Plier Stapler
 
4.5

(based on 6 reviews)

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3.0

Jams Quite Often

By SeaninFL

from West Palm Beach, FL, USA

Comments about Swingline Heavy-duty Quarter Strip Plier Stapler:

Recently purchased 3 of these staplers, and 2 of the 3 jam constantly. Yes, I am using the proper staples. Opened each one, and compared the two that jam to the one that doesn't. Didn't really notice any difference. It seems like there is not enough tension in the spring. Very disappointing.

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5.0

It works great! And well built to last!!

By John9

from Maumee, OH

Comments about Swingline Heavy-duty Quarter Strip Plier Stapler:

I find that plastic staplers from numerous companies just don't hold up. I like the hand held because I don't have to sit down and set the stapler on a surface in order to staple the papers. Plus, it is easier to see what I am doing since I move the stapler to the papers I want to staple together instead of moving the papers to the stapler on a hard sturdy surface while it is necessary to sit down so I can see where I am stapling. you might say, the hand stapler makes it easy to staple on the run!! Also staples many sheets of paper with ease where desk staplers tend to bend staples if stapling numerous pages.

 
5.0

Great stapler

By lampman

from Maine

Comments about Swingline Heavy-duty Quarter Strip Plier Stapler:

I've had my Swingline for 10 to 12 years now and it's used most every day, It works as good today as the day I purchased it. I also have three other types and they also work well as new. My only type stapler in the future will only be Swingline. Keep up the good work people you make a great product. John

 
5.0

Does the Job!

By HappyPerson

from Jefferson City, MO

Comments about Swingline Heavy-duty Quarter Strip Plier Stapler:

I had problems with finding a stapler that would actually staple multiple copies without jamming. I stopped looking when I ordered this one. This is a great stapler for all tasks. I have recommended it to several of my co-workers.

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4.0

Great stapler

By Bill

from Simsbury, CT, USA

Comments about Swingline Heavy-duty Quarter Strip Plier Stapler:

This stapler has been here in our store for a long time years and years. Unfortunately a metal piece wore out and after eight years it's broken! I tried to contact Swingline to see if I could get a new part, but got no response until now when I was to review it! So I guess it was great and would handle many sheets of paper no problem. And should it last longer then 10 years... I think so, it's built really well and mostly steel, but it broke and now we don't have a large capacity stapler. We'll have to buy another soon... Oh well, it was good until it broke.

 
5.0

GREAT

By Sandra

from Spring, TX, USA

Comments about Swingline Heavy-duty Quarter Strip Plier Stapler:

This stapler really works EVERY TIME! Really Great Stapler!

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