14 Best Long Reach Staplers

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Top 14 Long Reach Staplers

1
BostitchPaperPro Booklet Stapler ( Reach Stapler - Silver (1610))
Product Highlights:
  • 80% easier stapling with ; spring-powered technology
  • use one finger to staple up to 25 sheets, jam-free
  • 12.5" long reach and handles jobs up to 25" wide
2
Swingline Long Reach Stapler ( Paper Guide, Black (S7034121P))
Product Highlights:
  • exceptional versatility: staples up to 12" from the paper’s edge – perfect for center stitch stapling or fastening cards or tags.
  • integrated ruler and adjustable locking paper guide ensure precision alignments and consistency.
  • durable all-metal construction for years of superior performance.
3
Deli Long Reach Stapler ( Booklet Or Book Binding, Black)
Product Highlights:
  • durable metal stapler - sturdy stapler with all-metal construction is designed for durability.
  • long reach stapling - long reach stapler's throat depth is up to 12" letting you staple up to one foot from the paper's edge.
  • long arm paper guide - adjustable stapling depth with accurate scale, which fits your different need.
4
Sparco Long Reach Stapler ( Staples, Putty/Black (SPR01316))
Product Highlights:
  • can be used for binding books, pamphlets, brochures or card mounting
  • throat depth adjustable up to 12"
  • uses standard staples
5
Blue Summit Supplies Long ( Book Binding, Extended Size, 2000 Staples Included)
Product Highlights:
  • easily bind up to 20 sheet paper capacity at a time into your own booklets, catalogs, or pamphlets with ease using our standard long reach stapler, featuring an extra large range of up to 12 inches (30 cm) deep from the paper edge
  • center stitch stapling along the folded spine of your diy booklets has never been smoother thanks to the extra deep throat in our bookbinding stapler, which we have engineered specifically for use in offices, churches, crafting, or classrooms
  • our unique spine stapler was engineered using durable metal and plastic to hold up to years of use, while able to reach much longer and wider than your normal standard stapler
6
Business Source Long Reach ( Stapler (62827))
Product Highlights:
  • long reach stapler's throat depth is adjustable up to 12" letting you staple up to one foot from the paper's edge
  • perfect for center stitch stapling of even the largest pamphlets or brochures or for stapling or fastening cards or tags
  • stapler staples up to 20 sheets of 20 lb. paper and uses a full strip of standard 1/4" staples
7
Bostitch 20 Sheet Long ( Stapler, Black (B440LR))
Product Highlights:
  • antijam floating core eliminates staple jams.
  • 12-inch throat depth makes stapling the largest booklets easy.
  • adjustable paper stop with both standard and metric measurements.
8
Craftinova Long Reach StaplerInclude ( Paper Guide ,20 Sheet Capacity, Black.…)
Product Highlights:
  • stapler uses 26/6mm or 24/6mm staples and the maximum binding capacity :210 staples ,please remember don’t bind more than 20 sheets at a time.
  • long reach staples has integrated ruler and adjustable locking paper guide to ensure accurate alignment and consistency.
  • this long reach staples has performance driving mechanism with inner track has the stability of anti-jamming and long-term binding integrity . improve the quality of binding, the paper will not loose .
9
Rapesco Long Reach 790 ( Throat Depth (R79026A3))
Product Highlights:
  • long-arm stapler with 50-sheet capacity
  • perfect for center-stitch stapling of even the largest pamphlets or brochures
  • offering the same specification, performance and reliability as the rapesco spinna but in a long arm version
10
Sparco Long Reach Stapler ( Included) (Bundle -Stapler+Staples))
Product Highlights:
  • standard chisel point staples provide efficient and dependable performance in all stapling machines that use standard staples
  • fit all standard staplers
  • crown measures 1/2" wide

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