Swingline Comfort Handle Two-Hole Punch

2 Punch Head(s) - 28 Sheet Capacity - 1/4" - Black

Reg. Price $27.21

Our Price $14.78 Each

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The padded handle makes this two-hole punch more efficient with 50 percent less punching effort. Padded handle also adds comfort and locks down for easy storage. Smoothly punch 28 sheets of 20 lb. paper. Superior cutting action with patented pin technology delivers clean and precise 1/4" holes. All-metal construction provides years of reliable performance. Two-hole punch also offers an adjustable paper guide for control and a chip tray for easy disposal of paper chips.

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ACCO Brands Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
Brand Name
Product Type
Manual Hole Punch
Punch Positions
2 Hole
Number of Punch Heads
2 - (2.75" Apart) - Adjustable
Punch Shape
Punch Size
Lock Down Handle


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Swingline Comfort Handle Two-Hole Punch

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Hard to use

By Amanda80

from Minnesota, USA

Comments about Swingline Comfort Handle Two-Hole Punch:

I have to flip hole punching from the long sides of paper to the tops of paper. It's not easy to switch it back and forth. It'd be an excellent puncher if I could just leave it at one setting.


Easy To Use

By Marylyn

from Chicago, IL

Comments about Swingline Comfort Handle Two-Hole Punch:

No more pounding on your hand to hole punch papers. This does it with ease. Love how easy it is to use! I use it daily!


I have arthritis in my hands and this product is easy to use.

By Ruthie10

from Bakersfield, CA, USA

Comments about Swingline Comfort Handle Two-Hole Punch:

I would definitely recommend this product for anyone to use.


Punch has a bit of good in it.

By fileman5

from Calgary, AB, Canada

Comments about Swingline Comfort Handle Two-Hole Punch:

This product is a mid level punch, but it is easier to use with the qualification on heavier paper it can be a real pain to punch through.


Last one you will buy!

By gingerose

from Arkansas

Comments about Swingline Comfort Handle Two-Hole Punch:

Purchased one of these 2-hole punchers to use in my classroom for enrichment folders. It gets used on a daily basis by me and the students. It has never (and I truly mean never) given me any trouble at all, which comes as a surprise since middle school aged kids don't always treat their supplies with care.


No more bruised hands

By FilingGrunt

from Dallas, TX, USA

Comments about Swingline Comfort Handle Two-Hole Punch:

Easily tackles a full stack of sheets without having to pound the handle and bruise my hand. It's about time!

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