Staple Free Stapler

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Ever stapled yourself and howled like a banshee? Ever felt vaguely guilt-ridden and (more often) annoyed by those mangled staples decorating your office floor? Well you can kiss those days goodbye. This little gadget actually staples without any staples. Yup. It makes a little cut at the edge and fo...more


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  • IxBehemoth

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    Ever stapled yourself and howled like a banshee? Ever felt vaguely guilt-ridden and (more often) annoyed by those mangled staples decorating your office floor? Well you can kiss those days goodbye. This little gadget actually staples without any staples. Yup. It makes a little cut at the edge and folds sheets together -- incredibly neat and much more efficient.

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    • Jessipoo
      I was looking for this, I remember my teacher had one of these http://www.thinkgeek.com/geektoys/cubegoodies/98a6/?cpg=cj do you know where in Montreal I could get this? maybe a shop on St-Laurent?
    • Jessipoo
      I was looking for this, I remember my teacher had one of these http://www.thinkgeek.com/geektoys/cubegoodies/98a6/?cpg=cj do you know where in Montreal I could get this? maybe a shop on St-Laurent?
    • lyrical
      This is wonderful. Many years ago this is actually how I turned in my papers. None of us had staplers. Yes...I'm from another generation - or two.

  • magpiestyle

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    Use less staples. Better still, go staple-less. Reduce the world's steel usage.

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  • stylewriter

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    Although it sounds like an oxymoron, a staple-free stapler is a brilliant idea.

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  • zemjoaquin

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    I recently discovered that if every office worker used one less staple a day for a year, we'd save approx. 120 Tons of steel! This is equivalent in weight to about 25 SUV's. This stapless stapler crimps paper together and acts as a great solution for staple saving. The stapler can cinch together up to 5 or 6 pages. They come in lots of great colors as well.

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  • drwilliams

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    good idea

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  • moondancer2007

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    A staple-free stapler? How does this work? Got to give it a try!

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  • John_and_Rose

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    Genius idea!! This staple free stapler uses a cut 3-sided hole and hanging chad to bind papers together!! A must have!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • volivares

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    This thing is great connects 5-6 pages with no staples and it actually holds!

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  • jtomalley

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    No more running out of staples! Good for the environment (do you have any idea how much carbon smoke is created in staple manufacturing..???)

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  • jooxi

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    I got this and it's actually pretty cool! It does staple 3-5 pages pretty securely by punching a hole through them, then folding back the punched paper to grasp all the pages. It doesn't work as well as a real stapler - if you use the papers a lot, it will probably come apart. But it's a neato idea and a cool gift for kids - no more staples in your fingers! (that actually happened. Do not ask why. I am ok with only minor psychiatric tramua.)

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  • KGB

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    This little guy has saved my bacon many a times for the millions of term papers I have written over the years. It does not use any staples and instead uses some alien technology to fasten your papers together. A must have.

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  • MaggieLuvs2Shop

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    This is pretty cool...a staple free stapler...no sharp thingies to cut into your skin, no need to shop for staples. I really like this! *environmentally friendly*

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  • espy

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    I love this because: > I never want to bleed from a staple puncture again > It comes in transparent plastic so I can watch the spring move up and down > I'll never have to resort to ripping and folding my own fastening because I've run out of staples and the document *has* to be in the mail in the next 10 minutes. > I can cut down on my use of metals one tiny staple at a time

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  • ryan_qwerty

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    This would be a great combination X-mas gift. I found it cheaper at Ubibay.

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  • mindimer

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    I have one of these. Haven't used it, as I don't think my kids could respect the resulting origami holding the papers together, but I respect the heck out of the concept.

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  • er1n

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    Who even likes staples? They have a high potential for stabbing you - this staple-fee stapler eliminates the danger and the need to buy more staples. Awesome!

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  • mrsmogul

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    Cool stapler! Who wants staples anyway? Eco-friendly and just weird looking it's a good gift for you or someone else!

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  • Snazzy

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    No kidding, this clever device can hold up to five sheets of paper together. It cuts a little pocket in the corner and folds it in on itself to bind the sheets together.

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  • lizmoney

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    have one of these slick puppies. very neat concept but not for heavy duty use. nice for crafty projects and not having to deal with staples

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  • Bequita

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    Staples are history! You'll never have to run out of them again. The Staple Free Stapler cuts out tiny strips of paper and uses the strips to stitch up to 3 pieces of paper together. Environmentally friendly. Must have.

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  • metrozing

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    This is the perfect thing to keep in your car, in your bedside drawer or in your locker. It's easy to use and kid-friendly too.

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    • SparklePlenty
      Love the idea of keeping one in the car. I want one!

  • lyrical

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    This is wonderful...it's another one of those, let's do it the old-fangled way. Two generations ago, school kids used the fold and then tear and fold method. The impact this could have on our world is great....if everyone - and if they are not made to use once and throw away..

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  • vdubb

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    staples, we don't need no stinkin' staples

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  • xXShAzZlEDaZzLeXx

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    so much better! now i cant stab myself by accident with those staples! finally there a thing of the past!

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  • peixinhovermelho

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    This little gadget actually staples without any staples. It makes a little cut at the edge and folds sheets together. Only for 5 or 6 pages of paper and no more, but it's great anyway!

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  • johngrabowski

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    Really quite self-explanatory - this "staple-free stapler" attaches a few sheets of paper together. It just works, and you never have to re-fill it with staples. It also eliminates the need for a staple remover, as you can easily separate the pages if you want. Genius!

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  • danielle4q

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    This is so fantastic for people that are office chic, and eco-friendly.

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  • quantazelle

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    I have one and it's cool because you don't need to constantly replace staples. However it doesn't staple as much as metal staples and doesn't work as well on thicker paper.

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  • mridu

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    Comes in various semi-translucent colours, Staple Free Stapler will not make you face any of the misery of using a normal stapler (i.e.: all the frustration of having to load the stapler in an emergency situation, the prickings of your fingers, etc.) because it is safe to be used for all ages (and level of klutziness). Using the Staple Free Stapler is easy, you just have to firmly press its wide top as it sits flat upon a tabletop. The only thing that is different is that the paper should be slid out of the stapler to the right. This is due to the mechanism of the stapler that punched the paper, folded back and then tucked into the hole, creating a staple-less bond between the pages. P/S: This stapler is only able to staple up to 5 pages of papers. Anymore than that you’d have to use… a stapler.

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  • danielpolly

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    nice and useful! great!

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