SWI48210

Swingline Optima 70 Electric Stapler

70 Sheets Capacity - Silver

Reg. Price $529.30

Our Price $290.62 Each

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Optima 70 Electric Stapler fastens up to 70 sheets at a time. Quiet performance blends into an office environment. Flat clinch mechanism means neater stacks of stapled paper. Flip-up alignment guides and illuminated staple placement guide for perfect stapling results. Intuitive user control puts you in charge of where and when stapling activates. Insert paper for automatic stapling, or press the comfortable grip and let the stapler's motor do the work. LED low staple indicator helps prevent you from running out of staples. Electric stapler delivers jam-free stapling with Swingline High-Capacity Staples.

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SKU
SWI48210
Manufacturer
ACCO Brands Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
48210
Brand Name
Swingline
Product Model
70
Product Type
Electric Stapler
Color
Greys
Throat Depth
0.25" to 1.25"
Features
Anti Jamming
Recycled
No

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Swingline Optima 70 Electric Stapler
 
4.3

(based on 35 reviews)

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82%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Does What I Need

The Swingline Optima electronic stapler staples 70 sheets and even a few extra. I love the feature to adjust the location of the staple in the corner - on either side and flat or...Read complete review

The Swingline Optima electronic stapler staples 70 sheets and even a few extra. I love the feature to adjust the location of the staple in the corner - on either side and flat or diagonal. I also like the built-in drawer to store extra staples. The blue light helps me to see where I am putting the edge of the paper, and the built-in lifted edge helps to keep the papers still while I staple. I also like the option to have it electronically staple itself by sensor, or manually by pushing down the top portion of the stapler. Just an all-around great product. The only thing that may be a drawback is the size. This electronic stapler is pretty big.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

not as expected for as little use as it has gotten

I mainly purchased this stapler because of the name brand and thought I was purchasing a good reliable product (wrong). I am only on the 3rd row of staples that came with the...Read complete review

I mainly purchased this stapler because of the name brand and thought I was purchasing a good reliable product (wrong). I am only on the 3rd row of staples that came with the stapler (as you can see it doesn't get much use) and I am put in the position of having to open the staple slide after every one or two uses. It is used in my home office and dirt or dust is not an issue so that leaves only build quality as far as I'm concerned. Would not buy another Swingline product based upon the results of use for this product.

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5.0

Swingline Optima 70 Electric Stapler is a Workhorse

By msgwy

from Casper, WY

Comments about Swingline Optima 70 Electric Stapler:

Highly recommend this great product. it's a workhorse! Better to use the Optima 70 staples as suggested, then you do not get any jams. Easy to refill and continue with your work.

 
1.0

Not worth the money!

By JMBHBS

from Boston, MA, USA

Comments about Swingline Optima 70 Electric Stapler:

This is the second Swingline Optima 70 electric stapler we have ordered for our office -- it has minimal use so not much wear and tear. Both staplers have lasted less than a year. The one we have now is dead - no life at all. No clue what's wrong with it. Won't waste anymore money on Swingline products!

 
1.0

Junk

By Nancy305

from St Paul MN

Comments about Swingline Optima 70 Electric Stapler:

We have purchased 2 of these staplers and a Optima 20, spending hundreds of dollars. Once they jam - which they have done- they never work right again. We are questioning whether to purchase Swingline products in the future.

 
5.0

Great stapler! Work horse

By Paralegal01

from Florida

Comments about Swingline Optima 70 Electric Stapler:

Our office has had this stapler for 2 years and I think we may have killed it. Need help to see if we can fix the latch that keeps the staples in once replaced? Is there anyway to fix it or do have to replace the stapler? We really love this stapler!!!

 
4.0

Great product but dont plan on it lasting more than a year

By BRM99

from Providence RI

Comments about Swingline Optima 70 Electric Stapler:

The product worked great for the first year, then died. Otherwise it was fine.

 
5.0

No more struggling!

By Lockgirl

from Naples, FL

Comments about Swingline Optima 70 Electric Stapler:

Since I purchased this higher capacity stapler I no longer have to struggle to staple larger groups of paper. Have had over a year with zero jambs! I also like the storage drawer for spare staples. Swingline thought of everything with this one! Yes, it's expensive but do some comparison shopping. There's some good deals out there!

 
4.0

Optima 70

By tkierzek

from Santa Ana, CA, USA

Verified Buyer

Comments about Swingline Optima 70 Electric Stapler:

Swinging away with this wonderful Swingline product. This product has helped me tremendously with all the invoicing and massive deposits that I do to keep them in tact.
Awesome product with no complaints.

 
5.0

Saves time and man power

By sibby

from tampa fl

Comments about Swingline Optima 70 Electric Stapler:

We received the Electric stapler as a gift from you and cannot tell you how much it is "loved" by all in the office. We have such a variety of your Swingline products in our office that I know we would be in a huge predicament without them.

 
2.0

Doesn't last long.

By purplelibrarian

from ND

Comments about Swingline Optima 70 Electric Stapler:

I am about to send this stapler in for warranty repair for the second time in less than 6 months. I will take a month to get back. This was not a good purchase for our office and it is NOT overworked.

 
5.0

EXCELLENT STAPLER!!!!!!

By FLEEGRL

from VA

Comments about Swingline Optima 70 Electric Stapler:

I bought a refurbished Optima 70 electric stapler for my boss because she had purchased at least 5 staplers over the last year and none of them would hold up to the amount of sheets she was stapling. This stapler is amazing! We have been using it for about 6 months now and have had no issues besides a staple stuck in in every once in a while. I am glad I was able to find one refurbished because the price of the new ones is really high but I would say it was worth it.

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