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Master® EP210 Electric 2-Hole Punch, Gray Item # 113120
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Drills up to 12 sheets of 20-lb paper quickly and quietly
- Punch 1/4" diameter holes in a standard 2-hole pattern(2-3/4" centers).
- Automatic on and off feature saves effort and time.
- Features a reverse motor de-jam mechanism and nonskid feet.
- Large capacity paper chip pan — less emptying.
- Plug into an outlet or use 6 AA batteries (sold separately).
|adjustable paper guide||yes|
|brand name||Master Caster|
|dimensions||3 1/2"H x 4 3/4"W x 5 3/4"D|
|hole diameter||0.25 in.|
|hole spacing||2.75 in.|
|manufacturer||Martin Yale Industries|
|maximum number of punch heads||2|
|number of batteries required||4|
|Number of Punch Heads||2|
|number of punch heads included||2|
|Paper Punch Capacity||12 Sheet of 20 lb Paper|
|Punch Positions||2 Hole|
|Punching Distance||2.8 in|
|removable chip tray||yes|
|sheet capacity||10 sheets|
|warranty length||1-year limited|
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Master® EP210 Electric 2-Hole Punch, Gray is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Skipper from This is the second one I Own I purchased this same item for a previous office. I have early onset arthritis and using an automatic hole punch has helped eliminate some of the pain that I experienced in my hand.
Date published: 2018-09-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by AdministrativeGoddessII from Not so good!! Ordered in June, useless by January. However, I did contact the manufacturer and they are going to try to fix it, if they can't fix it they will replace. So here is hoping that will happen. I will update on the progress.
Date published: 2018-01-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by dhyana from Worked great for 4 months Way over priced. Worked great & made hole-punching several pages at once really easy....for 4 months. Stopped working the other day. No matter what outlet/surge protector we plug it into - it has stopped working. It appears to take batteries underneath as an alternative, but don''t have the time to waste trying that, or having to replace batteries.
Date published: 2016-01-19