Reddit mentions: The best office staplers & hole punches

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1. Kokuyo Harinacs Japanese Stapleless Stapler Black

Kokuyo Harinacs Japanese Stapleless Stapler Black
  • Product Description:! Closed eight, hard to come off without a needle stapler which evolved "Ha Linux"
  • ■ binding holes adoption that hard to come off     Binding portion is an arrow-shaped tip is caught by, and reduce loosened by the paper slip.
  • Product Description The Gillet and eight , it is hard to miss ! Handy eight type! ! ◆ industry's largest ! Achieve the binding of eight , the most handy type fret and eight . The playing field strongly spreads . ◆ binding force up ! Binding holes adoption that hard to come off ! For binding holes of the arrow -shaped caught , closed portion is now hard to come off . It can be used with confidence more . ◆ lever type able to hold in the whole hand that can be used with one hand . Power will be closed with a light operation and easy to enter . ◆ When you plug in the binding hole position confirmation window with paper , window location binding holes so known in advance , you prevent the hole is closed to take the character part and Sonji closed . ◆ It is housed smart design stationery that can be stored in a drawer , the more you can put away in the top drawer of the desk , it is thin and compact design . ◆ Because the strap is attached to the strap hole with the body , it is convenient to dangle neck , to hung on the wall . ※ strap is not included . / ※ There is no holding power equivalent to that of the stapler to use the needle . ※ binding number display is a number at the time of use copy paper (PPC paper 64g /). ※ When closing the paper , hole is perforated . ※ Depending on the type of paper , you may be number of sheets or less , can not be closed . In addition, please note that there is a case where holding power is weakened . Things other than paper ( thin paper such as thermal paper , copy slip , soft paper) such as ※ film , It is not available to those with a pressure-sensitive adhesive . ※ Please use it after trying it in a paper always unnecessary .
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u/GenieHakeem · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Need? I don't really need anything, that is why I have my wishlist, just things I may daydream about, thinking of what I could do with.

Like many in this thread, I am a college student, but I major in electricity and mathematics. One thing I am most eager to use and believe everyone should have is a staple free stapler, I got it for the upcoming semester and am terribly excited to see how it holds up.

Firstly, it will save you money from buying staples.

Secondly, it will ease your mind of wondering how many, if any staples you have left in the contraption. Additionally if you have lost or forgotten any at home, stapling something late at night after shops are long closed.

It's in Japanese, so it has to be cool by internet standards, yes? So if you want to be cool, you have to have it.

I have tested this device and I personally think it is awesome and works wonderfully for binding papers. There is, as a bonus, a viewing window so you can keep binding things and watching the process it uses, super rad.

Thank you for the contest OP and I hope you fair well at UNI.

u/texasrigger · 2 pointsr/sailing

Congrats on the sail and good video as usual. I've lost track of how many projects I've done and I still sew stuff to itself on occassion so you shouldn't worry about that. A couple of tips you may or may not find helpful - to help feed the slick dacron on that LSZ-1 I like to tighten the pressure foot WAY down. The half way point like where you were is great as a general setting and I actually back it off a bit from there when doing webbing. Second, I think the easiest way to do your tapes (luff or leech) is with a stapler. For luff tape you need a stapler intended for a hundred sheets or more, not for the strength but so the underside of the tool clears to cords in the luff tape so the staples set correctly. It's infinitely easier than basting tape and ultimately cheaper. Staplers (big or little) are also really nice on sunbrella projects where the basting tape doesn't hold as well as it should. I almost always resort to one when doing something like the small circle on the top of a winch cover. Welcome to the wonderful world of marine canvas, I look forward to future projects.

Edit: Something like this for sails -

u/Lt_Birbington · 3 pointsr/socialism

Here's what I use for making my own comics/zines - it requires a bit of investment for tools, but once you're set up it's SUPER easy.

Scribus (open source) for layouts/typesettings

Adjustable length stapler

Paper slicer

If you make your booklets as a standard "fold in half and staple" type of book, then you won't even need the slicer, which can be a little pricey if you don't find it used. The hardest part is honestly just the setup to make sure that when you print and bind it, that the pages are all in the correct order. Feel free to send me a message if you have any questions. Good luck!

u/boxular · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

pentel's rsvp pens are my favorite and they come in a variety of colors. i find that the different colors help me retain information when note-taking/studying in general.

a phone charger for sure. amazonbasics has cables that work really well for the iphone! amazon has a six month warranty for their amazonbasics things (i think they still do?), so if your cable frays or breaks or whatever, you can just send amazon a message and they'll replace it for you. i think that's awesome since the worst part about having an iphone is how easy the charging cables can fall apart.

also, i think carrying around a mini stapler in your backpack is a great idea. they're handy and cute. bonus: you'll be class hero when a paper is due and everyone is scrambling for a stapler.

usb flash drives are nice and handy, but i'd recommend investing in a portable external harddrive as well. the 2tb ones run about $70-$90 and they're dooooope. you didn't say what you're studying, but i'm a student who works with digital media so i'm constantly transferring large files and an external drive has been of great use. i have this one.

u/saoirse77 · 2 pointsr/Teachers

I buy supplies for interactive notebooks, but I was able to get spiral notebooks for .07 each at the end of the summer. I bought every notebook in the store, and I'll probably be set for the next 3 years or so. Scissors are 2 for $1 at the Dollar Tree.

Really though, if it's a requirement they need to be couldn't require a student to do homework from a textbook without giving them the book!

If you feel like you really need to use notebooks (and you definitely shouldn't have to!), as a cheap (free? assuming you have printer paper) solution-- could you have the kids make small booklets for each topic/unit? I got this booklet stapler on Amazon, it's been great (and cheap). Students could keep their booklets in a ziploc bag or something so that they still have all the information accessible. Or maybe your students could create "notebooks" with paper stapled inside a manila folder? Something like this would also work, depending on how much looseleaf they can hold! Good luck...sorry you're in this situation. It's really not your responsibility.

u/Celt42 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I just went on a hunt for this kind of thing to start my own dream job, that has my very own desk! Scrolled through and I didn't see a few of my favorites.

Who doesn't like Einstein?

For the Office Space aficionado, a little bit stealth geek =)

Here there be dragons!

Got to get the matching set. Dragons get lonely, don't you know?

All of which is the next best thing in desk decoration couture of course! Thanks for the contest, and good luck in your new job!

u/Pnk-Kitten · 1 pointr/crochet

I got this set for myself and it is pretty nice for a beginner. I really like having a good case and all that extra stuff fit in it really well.

u/caraeeezy · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

let's celebrate!

this is the closest but if I won I can pay the difference :D This will fit nicely on my new desk at work (OMG I HAVE A DESK <3)

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I'd love this! I'm addicted to all things Tetris, and this would be perfect! If it's too much though, just skip over me. Thank you for the contest!

u/kaeorin · 3 pointsr/Teachers

If you have bulletin boards, you could get one of these staple pullers for exactly $5. I guess even if you don't have bulletin boards, you could still get one and then just have it around to offer to coworkers who might need one, or straight up give it to someone. I've been longing for one of these for years, but never really remembered to buy one of my own. They're amazing and very useful!

u/brewno · 1 pointr/AppleWatch

This is the one that I used - sorry about the Canadian link, I live in Canada, but I'm sure you can find equivalents in your country. I used the product like, 5-7x that time (not just once or twice). There's enough for you to use on your phone as well. The thing is, it protects against minor scratches but it doesn't cover your existing minor scratches.

u/schadenfroyde · 4 pointsr/notebooks

A saddle stitch book is the most basic type of bind. You basically grab a stack of papers, fold it in half (a bone folder helps with this step) and staple.

A long reach stapler is great for this type of bind because if you're making a wide book you don't have to crease and bend your notebook to get to the center.

You can also use thread to bind the book together and for that you'll need an awl. (see diagram) A punching cradle makes this method easier.

Bonus: If you want to make the edges even and professional looking you can chop it in a book guillotine. The drawback to this is that your book won't be a standard size because you'll be shaving fractions of a inch off.

u/Kill_The_Rich · 5 pointsr/alltheleft

>Each issue would cost around $5

I don't want to step on anyone's toes, but I just looked at the first issue...and it shouldn't cost anywhere near that much to get them printed. It looks like you want it to be 4/4 100lb gloss on the whole thing and you could get that printed for about $0.83 per issue (2000 copies, 8.5 x 5.5)...and that's just through jak prints (they do good work but can be kind of expensive for short runs on certain things). 4over would probably be cheaper, but I can't check because they froze my account (I think they're running off of a bunch of igens for almost everything, but their work is consistently decent and inexpensive).

But if you really wanted to save money, you could just do them like 2600 magazine....get the covers printed professionally, do everything else on 20lb bond w/ a laser printer, then saddle-stitch them at home with one of these. Though, if you did that, you couldn't do a bleed like you have on the current copy and, if you managed to trim it (which would be a bitch and wouldn't be worth it) you'd have to account for the shift on each page. So maybe that would be something to keep in mind for issue 2 if you decided to go that route.

u/AttackTribble · 2 pointsr/tifu

Nice piece of writing there. You made me smile on a bad day, thanks.

However, you're looking at the wrong staplers. I have this, and its little brother. 100 sheets capacity and 25 sheet capacity respectively. They work differently than most. As you push down on the handle they store energy in a spring. When you've got it down all the way, it fires the staple through the stack of papers. 100 sheets is easy.

u/Spotty_Towel · 2 pointsr/deals

Just know that Best Buy may have better prices at times.

You wouldn't show them this ad to price match of course

u/BonkTink · 1 pointr/zines

The thing I love about zines is the infinite ways in which they can be made.

I draw mine digitally (used to use ink, switched to digital a few years ago), print them at home in black and white, on 8.5x11 (somtimes 5.5x4.25) with a duplexing Brother printer, staple them with a booklet stapler, crease them with a bone folder, then distribute them in various ways.

I used to run a zine subscription where I sent out a new, original zine each month to people who subscribed for ~$40. I also table at zine fests across the country. And I donate zines to any/all local zine libraries I can find.

I have illustration zines, lettering zines, and poetry zines, and I have noticed that poetry zines (aka "chapbooks") usually sell way less. I think it's because (in the U.S. at least) poetry is just undervalued in general (unfortunately).

u/emilyrose93 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Happy Cake Day!

You didn't mention a dollar limit, so I'm not sure which one to link, so here's like five. One Two Three Four Five

Number five actually has the word "Cake" in it!

u/telepathetic_monkey · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Stapler and staples.

3 Hole puncher

Powerstrip, this is a more subtle item, but once he sees it, he'll realize you went all out.

Pink is the new black.

Thanks for the contest! Will you post before and after pictures??

u/TacoOfGod · 1 pointr/GalaxyS9

The oleophobic coating helps make water bead up so it's easier to wipe away; it also helps cut down on fingerprints.

Easiest way to check is to see if you can dig your finger into the scratch. If yes, then the glass is damaged. If no, then it's likely that it's just the coating that has a scratch.

Buy some of this stuff on Amazon, and apply it to see if it removes the scratch.

u/hmm___ · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I have a swingline 747 but I never use it. This stapler is much nicer to use:

u/jemlibrarian · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Decorate already!

You need:

These pens

Some Jesus Sticky notes

A Banana for scale

A Cup o Grass Pens

What's that? A Dragon Stapler? STFU.

I'd like a GC to buy my own grass pen cup. (it's 15).

u/Infallible_Ibex · 1 pointr/coins

I use a tiny flat stapler for mine. Less than $6 on Amazon and it fits nicely with the rest of my supplies. Swingline Tot Stapler with Built-In Staple Remover, Pre-Packed with 1000 Swingline Standard Staples, Blue (S7079172)

u/ikarios · 2 pointsr/pharmacy

I've been having some issues with hand pains lately and I think some of it is related to the three letter stapler use. I got the OK from my FSM to pick up a couple of nicer staplers for me and my partner to use. This electric one for most simple bags:

and this manual one for when I need more precision or need to staple through heavier paper.

I've only put around 15-20 sheets max through the electric one but it's had zero issues so far. The Bostitch uses standard staples and has not jammed or mis-fired a staple yet, I've done as many as 30 sheets with no problems whatsoever. Really happy with both of these.

u/zack4200 · 2 pointsr/EDC

I'm late, but I've started keeping a small stapler in my backpack for projects etc that have to be turned in as a physical copy incase I forgot to staple it at home. The one I linked comes with like 1000 staples, and holds a couple stacks in the bottom

u/SunRaven01 · 13 pointsr/ZeroWaste

Plus PAPER CLINCH Compact Green Heavy Duty, Light, Staple Free Stapler (31251)

That uses a different method, but if you look for Japanese staplers on Amazon you should find a few.

u/WoolyCrafter · 2 pointsr/crochet

Not OP but this is the set without any extras at a bargain $10. This is the set with other bits and pieces $14 so worth it if you need any of the other bits.

If you're UK, this is the bare set for a paltry £3.09 - how unusual to find something cheaper in the UK than in the USA!

u/crabman484 · 3 pointsr/pharmacy

I bought one of these last year and it's been good to the pharmacy.

u/WindowOnInfinity · 1 pointr/HelpMeFind

I think you might be better off looking for another one with a similar mechanism. E.g.

One example:

u/KiltedCajun · 1 pointr/ClayBusters

Here's all the files you'll need.

For the paper, I just use standard 8.5x14" Legal paper. My printer has a duplexer, but it won't duplex legal, so I had to do a manual duplex (flipping the paper over by hand and printing everything again). The cover is 65lb Bristol Board and was manually duplexed as well.

My books have 10 pages in them, which is made by two sides of 5 sheets of paper. The pages print 2-up per page and they are cut down the middle long-ways, that way when you fold them in half, the score sheet appears on the front page and the notes page ends up on the back of the score sheet. 5 sheets of paper make two books. I have a paper cutter that can cut the full length of the legal sheet, but if you don't, you can simply use a straight edge and a razor blade, or if you have a regular paper cutter, you can just fold the pages in half on the short edge, then cut them in half on the long edge.

Once everything is stapled, I round the corners using a corner cutter. Here's a cheaper corner cutter, but it can't handle the whole book at once. I have both of those corner cutters, and the cheaper one comes in very handy for other projects I do.

In that link is both Trap and Skeet books. I have a doubles sheet, but I need to finish the cover. Once I get done with it, it'll be in that link as well.

u/kngof9ex · 0 pointsr/GalaxyS8

I got this one seems to work well. I put it on the front and back of my S8

u/-more_fool_me- · 2 pointsr/CrossStitch

I tried doing a basting stitch by hand for my first project with it, but it took hours and left me cramping up for days afterward. When starting my current project, I wound up getting frustrated and breaking out my long-reach stapler (pretty sure it's this one, but I'm not at home right now to check). It's working surprisingly well. I was afraid it'd tear the Aida if I put too much tension on it, but it's been on there close to six weeks and I haven't noticed any issues.

u/MadeToGlorify · 1 pointr/videos

When we made receipt books at my old job we would use big staples and black paper tape to cover the staples. That would make an attractive book.

I don't remember the brand or style of tape, but gaffers tape might work.

u/quizface · 0 pointsr/malefashionadvice

This stapler. It's at $34 now. What a bargain.

u/rightfootedglove · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Does this stapler qualify?

u/gwh811 · 1 pointr/GalaxyNote8

Maybe this
Or this could work

u/Ulysses1978 · 1 pointr/awesome

A Staple less stapler is much more my thing. Only for up to 6 sheets bit still.

u/LouieKablooie · 1 pointr/CoolCollections

I've got one of the swing line ruler staplers, if you pay shipping I'll donate to your collection.