Like the fact I don't have to purchase staples ever again...just press and it clips and snips. Easy to take apart and doesn't damage my files.
January 1, 2014
I like the concept behind this; I try to be as eco-friendly as possible. It's easy to use, but I just have to make sure the papers I'm stapling are touching the end of the slot (or else it'll hole-punch the edge off your paper instead). This is great for those who shred documents at home since there are no metal staples to worry about. However, the handles of the stapler are spread out pretty wide (my fingers aren't that long) & there's some resistance when squeezing them together. They're almost like hand grippers, but not as intense, lol. Lastly, you'll have to handle your papers carefully. I used this to staple some homework a few times. After they were graded, my professor gave them back to me with some pages unattached. So beware: other people will not be as gentle as you at handling papers.
December 15, 2013
Better than expected
This staple-free stapler is great. I like that I never run out of staples and that I can put old documents directly into my small home shredder (no staples to remove).
It REALLY holds the pages together as well as metal staples.
Only down side is that once pages are together, if you want to separate them to make copies it is more difficult to remove and re-attach than it is with metal staples.
Very happy with this purchase.
April 25, 2014
When I first saw this online I was hesitant to buy it but I decided to buy the small one and all I can say is that I love it. I don't have to worry about staples. The only thing is that you can't staple a lot of papers so I still have to use a regular stapler but it's still great.
April 26, 2014