Stapleless stapler

A staple device for saving resources. The ingenious stapleless stapler mechanism punches a small hole and tab to fix three sheets of paper together. Never run out of staples again! Only silver available.

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A cool resource-saving device to do away with staples.

The stapleless stapler punches a small hole and tab that attaches two to three sheets of paper together - without the need for any metal staples.  The tab magically gets threaded through the hole in one go.

How much steel is used in staples?

According to the book Change the World 9 to 5 (2007), if every offer worker in Australia saved one staple a day, that would be 88.3 tonnes of steel saved a year.  Hard to imagine how someone calculated that, but they did.

Have a staple free day today with the stapleless stapler.  Or why not give the fun gift of a stapleless life to someone else.

materials:

Stapler is made from ABS plastic. 

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By on 17 June 2019 (Stapleless stapler) :
(4/5

Good for up to 4 pages

There is a trick to it - place the stapler on the desk, insert the pages and punch down firmly in one go. Don't have to worry about running out of staples again.

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By on 29 Apr. 2019 (Stapleless stapler) :
(4/5

These things are great.

Admittedly I don't staple much, but I felt it was handy to have, and a good conversation starter. They are fun, and you feel good using them, but like traditional staplers, they have a limit to how many pages they can do at a time, which is slightly less than the traditional. I still recommend everyone gets one for the office and home.

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By on 28 Apr. 2019 (Stapleless stapler) :
(3/5

Not super practical

I bought this a couple of months ago to use while I am studying.

Although the concept is great, in practice it doesn't work so well. It cuts a thin strip through the sheets of paper and folds this strip around and into another hole it has cut. It only works on 3-4 pages and it doesn't hold them well. Most of the times I have used it, the pages have come apart and I've had to restaple with a traditional stapler.

Overall a great idea but needs some work before it is really useful.

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