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Tuesday, August 21, 2007

A stapler that doesn't use staples


If you are like me, you are always pulling staples out of documents and reports. The things are pretty annoying to take out. So that is what interests me about this item. this is a stapler that doesn't use any staples. Instead it cuts a little flap in your document and folds it in on itself. Doing what a staple would do, but without the staple. Pretty cool.

Check it out at ThinkGeek: Staple Free Stapler

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2 Comments:

  • I saw that too. But who wants a little hole in the corner of their papers?

    By Blogger Jennifer, at August 22, 2007 12:25 PM  

  • Some years ago I got some papers stapled together by a kind of this.
    If I needed a copy of one of them I had to detach them - there remained a destroyed corner, what wasn't looking nice on the copy. And it was difficult to re-staple the papers because of that hole(s).
    I like ecological ideas. This may be nice for "everyday" papers. But surely not for all.
    Moreover stapling more than only a few papers doesn't seem really possible by this method.

    By Anonymous Alexander, at August 22, 2007 1:08 PM  

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