Swingline Ultimate Staple Remover

Standard, Mini - Blade Style - Platinum

Reg. Price $5.30

Our Price $3.04 Each

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Ultimate staple remover offers the easiest way to remove staples. Unique built-in magnet provides touchless staple cleanup. Slide switch to deposit removed staples into wastebasket.

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ACCO Brands Corporation
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Brand Name
Product Type
Staple Remover
Staple Type
Built-in Magnet
Weight (Approximate)
0.80 oz
Limited Warranty
1 Year


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Swingline Ultimate Staple Remover

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Not What I expected.

By SK44

from Mt. Juliet, TN

Comments about Swingline Ultimate Staple Remover:

Save your money. Staples got hung up in remover and it is more trouble than it is worth. I'm going to order the metal remover and hope it is better.

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not ergonomic

By trafficguru

from Youngstown, OH, USA

Comments about Swingline Ultimate Staple Remover:

I bought two of these and will return them. The handle is too short and not easy to keep hold of for tough staples. My suggestion for mfg would be to extend the handle, make it thicker and put a curve in it so it is easier to hold and use pressure with. Also, the magnet needs to be stronger.

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doesn't get under staples very well at all!

By teach595

from Minneapolis, MN

Comments about Swingline Ultimate Staple Remover:

I love my swingline "premium" remover that is all metal, no plastic (SW137141) Have scoured the internet to find 4 more for my team… (who keep borrowing mine!) but it's out of stock everywhere. Bought this hoping it would be ok, but it's not even close. I agree with the earlier review that it left dents all over the boards, and kids' artwork! Not good. Please, bring back the old, plain chrome blade remover! Teachers everywhere will sing your praises.

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Terrible remover

By tiredteachertoobusy4this

from Washington, USA

Comments about Swingline Ultimate Staple Remover:

I recently bought this remover and used it once. The rounded plastic part under the metal remover part is too thick. It wouldn't slide under the staple on the bulletin board. In order for me to get the metal part underneath the staple I had to push so hard I put dents into the board and bent the remover.


Swingline Staple Remover


from CA

Comments about Swingline Ultimate Staple Remover:

Easy to hold, perfect tool to use in a pinch to remove thread/yarn from plastic canvas as well as staples and tacks. So much better than the "jaw" staple remover. Also, easy to slip into pencil case and pockets! Now if Swingline will bring back the Original Red TOT Stapler! Best little stapler for crafting and stapling tight corner projects!


newer is not always better

By AngelWings

from Newton, KS, USA

Comments about Swingline Ultimate Staple Remover:

I bought one of these years ago and still use it to this day. I recently bought a new one for someone at my office and it ended up with me. I prefer the old one to the new one. The old one is WONDERFUL, the new one on the other hand is good but just not the same.

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