9 Best Heavy Duty Staplers

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Top 9 Heavy Duty Staplers

1
Bostitch Office Heavy Duty ( Palm Of Your Hand; Black (B175-BLK))
Product Highlights:
  • easily staples up to 40 sheets - 2x more than standard staplers
  • no-jam technology eliminates frustrating staple jams
  • opens 180 degrees for tacking or crafting use
2
Bostitch NoJam Booklet Stapler ( Stapler, Black (B440SB))
Product Highlights:
  • mfr box/ups/priority mail
  • staples up to 20 sheets
  • no-jam technology
3
Heavy Duty Stapler 240 ( Staples Included, Tan)
Product Highlights:
  • easily staple up to 240 sheets of paper with our heavy duty stapler with large handle for extra leverage
  • easily staple small amounts of paper and also large amounts up to 240 sheets with our versatile stapler that holds stapler sizes from 8mm in length (for up to 30 sheet) to 24mm length (for up to 240 sheets)
  • save time with our all in one bundle of heavy duty stapler and 2 free boxes of staples with 2 sizes. 23/13 staples for stapling up to 100 sheets, and 23/24 staples for stapling up to 240 sheets.
4
Bostitch Office B8 Heavy ( Full-Strip, Black (02245))
Product Highlights:
  • no-jam technology eliminates frustrating staple jams
  • staples 2-45 sheets and light corrugate and plastic. uses 1/4 inch (b001p268mq) or 3/8 inch (b00006ifmr) b8 powercrown staples
  • all metal construction for superior performance and durability
5
Mr Pen Heavy Duty ( Stapler, Large Stapler, Industrial Stapler, Heavy Stapler)
Product Highlights:
  • lifetime warranty: if for any reason you are not happy with your purchase, we will refund or replace your stapler
  • heavy duty metal stapler: simply staple from 10 up to 100 sheet (20lb paper)
  • comfortable design: high strength spring lets you easily staple 100 sheet with slight force
6
Swingline Heavy Duty Stapler ( Black/Gray (39005))
Product Highlights:
  • durable heavy duty stapler - strong stapler is designed for long-lasting service, with all-metal construction. heavy duty desktop stapler reliably stands up to the demands of a fast-paced workplace.
  • secures 160 sheets - heavy duty stapler is designed to cover your high-volume stapling needs, securely fastening an impressive 160 sheets. an excellent choice for frequent use in busy offices.
  • heavy duty staples - for best results, use with swingline heavy duty staples in 1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 5/8" or 3/4" leg lengths. select staples based on how many sheets of paper need to be fastened.
7
Swingline Stapler HighCapacity 60 ( Reduced Effort, Black (77701))
Product Highlights:
  • durable high capacity stapler - high-capacity desktop stapler is built for durability. metal construction ensures that it reliably stands up to the daily demands of a fast-paced workplace.
  • staples included - convenient package includes the sturdy stapler along with 500 optima high capacity staples. stapler holds a full strip of 210 staples.
  • secures 60 sheets - high performance stapler covers your paper fastening needs, securing up to 60 sheets. designed to work with optima high capacity staples. use with high capacity staples only.
8
Swingline Staples Heavy Duty ( 100/Strip, 1000/Box, 1 Pack (35319))
Product Highlights:
  • heavy duty quality - sturdy staples provide strength and reliability. heavy duty staples with longer legs are designed to fasten higher volumes of paper with ease.
  • sharp chisel point for fewer jams - staples with precision-engineered points are designed to cleanly pierce paper. distinctive chisel points mean fewer frustrating jams and interruptions.
  • secures 160 sheets of paper - heavy duty staples handily hold higher volumes of paper, with longer 3/4" legs that easily fasten up to 160 sheets of paper.
9
Surebonder 9600B Pneumatic Heavy ( Compressor Needed-not Included))
Product Highlights:
  • air-operated stapler
  • uses surebonder #4 staples or arrow t50 type staples
  • highly recommended for upholstery projects

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