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CLI Extra Heavy Duty Desktop Stapler, Full-Strip Capacity, Putty/Gray (82640)

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Item #: 901-JV155663
  Model #: CHL82640
Brand: CLI
CLI Extra Heavy Duty Desktop Stapler, Full-Strip Capacity, Putty/Gray (82640)
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Description
Keep legal forms, medical charts, and other documents together with this CLI putty colored, extra heavy duty stapler. Ensure stacks of paper stay securely bound with this extra heavy duty stapler. Featuring a fastening capacity of up to 230 sheets of paper, this stapler is ideal for binding bulk financial forms, contracts, and various other documents, while the rubberized feet prevent it from slipping on smooth surfaces. This CLI putty stapler is made from heavy-duty steel construction for durable, long-lasting use.
  • Heavy duty desktop stapler delivers simple stapling performance that is perfect for occasional use
  • Staples up to 230 sheets
  • Stapler holds full-strip capacity staples and holds 3/8", 1/2", 5/9", 3/4" and 15/16" heavy-duty staples
  • Putty and gray colors with steel construction
  • Durable steel construction with non-skid rubber feet and locking paper guide
  • Push button for easy staple loading
  • Clears jams easily
  • Rubber-padded handle for added comfort
  • Adjustable throat depth up to 2"
  • 5-year manufacturer limited warranty
Specifications
Color Family : Beige Width in Inches : 15 Sheet Capacity : 230 True Color : Beige
Depth in Inches : 3.5 Weight (lbs.) : 6 Height in Inches : 7.8 Item Material : Steel
Stapler Type : Carton Staple Pack Size : Each Staple Type : Paper Weight : 4.65 lbs. per Each
Brand : CLI Customizable : No
Weight : 4.65 lbs. per Each

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