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Swingline® Light Duty Stapler, Black
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Swingline® Light Duty Stapler, Black

Item # 247171 OfficeMax # 20573540
Light-duty stapler offers 210-strip staple capacity
  • All-metal construction with open-channel loading.
  • Uses standard-size staples.
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Light-duty stapler offers 210-strip staple capacity
  • All-metal construction with open-channel loading. 
  • Uses standard-size staples. 
  • Staples up to 20 sheets. 
  • Full rubber slipper for comfortable handling. 

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Item # 247171 
Manufacturer # SWI40501  
staple size 1/4" inches
strip size full-strip
staple capacity 210 staples
sheet capacity 20 sheets of 20-lb paper
staples included no
tacking ability yes
built-in staple remover no
color Black
material Metal
nonskid base yes
model name Light Duty Stapler
warranty length 1-yr limited
brand name Swingline
manufacturer ACCO BRANDS
postconsumer recycled content 0%
Product Type Stapler
total recycled content 0%

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Swingline� Light Duty Stapler, Black 1 5 1 1
Rarely staples properly Our office has a number of these staplers. Hardly any of them work well. The one at my desk got stuck in the compressed position and won't open to check for jammed staples. I had to give it back to the office manager just so it would stop taunting me there on my desk, unable to be used. When I borrow my cubicle neighbor's exact model, every day, 3 times out of 5 it staples but with a jam so it is not a clean staple, it's twisted or not clean on the back of the papers. It has to be removed several times before I get it right. Now, this could be user error, but I think I know how to staple, and now I concentrate on giving it a good squeeze. One of my office mates had three on his desk, and only one worked. Presumably he had collected them trying to find one that did work. I think there should be a quality control/rating process that shows how many time out of 1,000 a stapler provides a clean staple without jamming. Now that would be useful because we would never have bought this model! February 12, 2014
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