It's been long overdue, but today we finally got around to publishing our expert review on the Manual Dual Flat Nail Saddle Stitch Stapler Stainless Binding Machine Binder Universal Safe.
Read our full review below to learn if this is just the right thing for you.
- Safety Design, easy to use
- Many small staples can be used, saves time, saves money
- It can be used for soft books, magazines, files, letters, phone books, and so on
- Wide staples can be used, easy to damage paper and card.
A staple or saddle stitcher is a small manual or electric stapler used to bind papers or other materials together. Binders are commonly used to bind loose-leaf binders together for organizing and storage. The stapler consists of a handle that has a head that holds a spring or set of hammers. The staples are inserted into a tack plate. Then the stapler sits on top of a binding surface, such as a stack of papers or a sheet of cardboard.
A staple, or saddle, stitcher can also be called a splice stapler, flat stapler, or saddle stitcher, depending on the type of binding it is designed to perform. Made in both manual and electric versions, a staple stapler is commonly used in offices, schools, and libraries.
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