This is fantastic, and...
, June 14, 2014
This is fantastic, and I don't get why they aren't more popular in the West.
This contraption staples the paper by punching two little nubs in the paper, and
laying them one atop the other in a "stitch". It's super clever, and you can
undo it to.
The one drawback is that it doesn't work with more than 6-8 pages or so. But if
you're printing more than that, then you probably want the extra strength of
staples anyways. I mostly print research papers, which are rarely more than 8
pages. For this, I absolutely love this device - using it means that there's one
less thing in life I need to consume (staples), which is always nice.
If you do anything with paper in your life, get this.
This stapler is nice...
, April 14, 2014
This stapler is nice and lightweight and perfect for when you want to fasten a
few pieces of paper together with something that has more hold than a paper
clip, yet when using a traditional stapler seems like a waste of metal.
I first saw something that was stapled with a staple-less stapler from a
different product (probably not one sold on JetPens) with a punch design that
looked like it "locked"- the design looked like a keyhole, rather than the
simple rounded tab that this punch makes. It's somewhat hard to describe, but I
felt that that other design was more secure than this one.
However, the advantage to this design is that if you need to separate what
you've stapled, undoing the punch is very simple.