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PaperPro® Generation II High Start Desktop Stapler
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PaperPro® Generation II High Start Desktop Stapler

Item # 791070 OfficeMax # 21807813
Punches up to 30 sheets of 20-lb paper
  • For all 2- and 3-hole punching requirements.
  • View window lets you view chip build-up.
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Punches up to 30 sheets of 20-lb paper
  • For all 2- and 3-hole punching requirements. 
  • View window lets you view chip build-up.  Flips open for easy emptying.
  • Includes a name tag slot. 
  • Built-in paper guide for accuracy. 
  • Stylish plastic and rubber padded handle for comfortable use. 
  • Full metal construction. 

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Item # 791070 
Manufacturer # 1460  
sheet capacity 28 sheets of 20-lb paper
color Silver/Black
brand name PaperPro
manufacturer Accentra, Inc.
postconsumer recycled content 0%
Product Type Stapler
total recycled content 0%

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PaperPro? Generation II High Start Desktop Stapler 3.3 5 14 14
Piece of junk This stapler is a piece of junk. I'm a CPA and rely on staplers. Don't buy this one - it purports to staple up to 28 sheets and it buckles with 2. Ridiculous. July 29, 2014
It's OK This stapler has not broken yet (like another PaperPro I had previously purchased) and it is used frequently. The only issue I have is that for some reason every time I staple, two staples come out the hole. This wouldn't really be problem if it actually used both of the staples that came out. Instead, one of the staples is used as it should be and the other is left sticking out of the paper. This inevitably causes it jam up, and I end up spending more time pulling extra staples out of the paper then I would with a "regular" stapler. February 11, 2014
Garbage Used in light daily work- just a few pages. Began failing after a few months. It would not push staples down consistently. Maybe mine was a lemon, but not worth my time looking up company receipt for a refund. November 11, 2013
PaperPro is the best I have read the reviews on this site, and the negative reviews are not correct. When a PaperPro Stapler does not staple ONCE, then simply open it up and look closely at the staples inside. If you look close to the end, you will see a small group of staples that have broken from the long strip of staples. Remove that small strip of staples, and the PaperPro goes back to working perfectly as it was designed to do. The problem is that the people who make the staple strips are not fixing them together well enough. Once you know the problem, it is so simple to fix, and PaperPro staplers are 100 times better than any Swingline stapler. December 31, 2012
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