Max Sakuri Stitcher Staple-Less Stapler - Blue

Max Sakuri Stitcher Staple-Less Stapler - Blue

$11.50
4.3 (3 reviews)
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The innovative Max Sakuri Stitcher fastens papers together with no clips or staples. It works by punching holes, and can fasten up to 5 sheets of paper. The Stitcher is perfect for quickly organizing your notes and receipts, and kids will enjoy punching colorful papers together for their craft projects. Recycling or shredding your fastened papers becomes simpler, because you do not have to remove metal staples.

Fastening papers is a cinch. The lightweight Stitcher is hand-held and easy to grip, and very little strength is required to fasten the papers. Storing your Stitcher is also easy—besides stowing it in your drawer, you can prop it on the rim of your pen holder or string a lanyard through the designated hole and hang it on your wall. (The chain in the photo is not included.)

The Stitcher is made of 88% recycled materials.

Dimensions: approximately 4.5 x 2.8 x 1.1 inches (11.5 x 7.0 x 2.8 cm).

Model NumberMAX HPS-5-B
Weight2.8 ounces
ManufacturerMax
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Customer Reviews

I ordered because I like...
August 22, 2013
I ordered because I like to staple scratch paper and hand outs to my notebook and other papers and I love that this is made out of recycled materials. I feels nice in the hand and punches papers together easily. It does however max out to punching 5 pieces of paper. I tried punching 6 pages of printer paper and it wasn't the easiest punching and i would hate to break it by pushing its limits. Other wise its pretty handy to hand and super cute!
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abe.camiro
This stapler is ok. It...
April 27, 2014
This stapler is ok. It only staples 5 sheets. Not good for anyone who wants to staple a lot of papers together.
ral253854
I love this little sitcher...
January 8, 2014
I love this little sitcher stapleless stapler. I use a lot of printed knitting patterns of 2-4 pages and it works great. Easy on the hands and nice to the environment.
jpteach777
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