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
Reliable and Safe
Good purchase for a classroom. Don't need to worry about the children getting pinched or cut by real staples. Had trouble using it with seven pages. Worked best for smaller amounts. Children love using it.
December 13, 2013
I expected this to be more of a novelty item, but it really works GREAT!! Easily "staples" multiple documents together without having to refill with staples ever! I'm very impressed with the overall operation and I would DEFINITELY recommend it to others! Great product!
November 6, 2013
Terrific stapler! Holds very well.
I have now bought 3 of these wonderful staplers that don't use metal staples. I bought one of the larger models and 2 of the smaller ones. They are ingeniously designed so that a tiny piece of the paper is cut out, folded back and tucked into a slit. The "stapled" papers hold very well. This new style is awesome. No need to buy metal staples ever again.
April 26, 2013