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Office Depot® Brand 3-Hole Adjustable Punch, Black
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Office Depot® Brand 3-Hole Adjustable Punch, Black

Item # 427151
Adjustable for 2-hole or 3-hole punching
  • Punches up to 10 sheets of 20-lb bond paper.
  • Includes a spill-proof, removable chip tray.
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Adjustable for 2-hole or 3-hole punching
  • Punches up to 10 sheets of 20-lb bond paper.  Features a padded handle for comfort.
  • Includes a spill-proof, removable chip tray. 

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Item # 427151 
Manufacturer # 999  
sheet capacity 10
maximum number of punch heads 3
color Black
brand name Office Depot
distributor Swinton Avenue Trading Ltd., Inc.
Product Type Hole Punch

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Office Depot� Brand 3-Hole Adjustable Punch, Black 2.8 5 4 4
This is a very good Product This is a very good product that is easy to use and does a very good Job. I don't have a lot of punching so this is almost perfect for me. July 13, 2014
Broke after a few months The hole punch worked fine for a while but was jamming. Now, a few months later, one of the punch heads is permanently jammed. Can only punch 2 holes instead of 3! Wish I'd bought a different one. June 7, 2013
THE WORST PUNCH EVER A punch is supposed to be a thing making holes in paper. They should change this name to "Paper weight." February 27, 2009
Good but not great While this hole punch was purchased for the movable hole punch feature, it is still limited. If it had an adjustable paper guide for irregular size paper it would be perfect. I am trying to 3 hole punch 1/2 of a standard sheet of paper(8/12 by 51/2) for a small notebook. All I can do is to judge the center of the paper because the middle hole punch must stay where it is in order not to go "neutral" and not punch the middle hole. October 11, 2008
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