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Product Description

Swingline NeXXt Series WOW Desktop Staplers: Take the hassle out of everyday stapling with the accurate and dependable Swingline NeXXt Series WOW Stapler. The vibrant colors and polished metallic finish let you stand out from the crowd. The durable, metal construction offers long-lasting performance while the patented Direct Impact Technology guarantees a perfect, jam-free staple. Staples up to 40 sheets.

Features & Benefits

  • The Swingline NeXXt Series WOW Stapler in a vibrant pink with a metallic finish features durable metal construction for long-lasting performance.
  • Patented Direct Impact Technology guarantees an always perfect jam-free staple.
  • Desktop stapler staples up to 40 sheets at a time.
  • Top cap opens and securely latches at 180° to remain open while reloading staples.
  • Stapler opens for tacking so you can easily tack up items such as flyers and posters on soft surfaces.
  • Adjustable anvil, the metal plate at the base of the stapler, rotates with the push of a button to create temporary staples that point out for easy removal from documents.
  • Designed to work at least 20,000 times for reliable, long-term use.
  • Top loading stapler holds a full strip of 210 staples. Starter set of staples is included.
  • Integrated staple remover for added convenience.
  • For best results, use Swingline S.F. 4 staples when stapling 2-25 sheets; use High Capacity 5/16" staples for 15-40 sheets.

 

Technical Information

Swingline WOW Desktop Staplers (NeXXt Series)
  • Stapling Capacity:40 sheets
  • Country of Origin: China
Note: Specifications are those given by manufacturers and are not tested for accuracy.

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acrylic
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