The Staple-less “Stapler”

The Staple-less “Stapler” may not be an accurate name. It is a small paper binder that makes small cuts and folds in two or more paper sheets, creating a tucked loop that holds the sheets together.

The main negatives I can see are that it isn’t good for too many sheets, and it isn’t as permanent as a stapler. But on the plus side, it won’t cut your finger, it doesn’t need staples or any other type of refill, there is no rust on your documents after time, and it’s cheap, lightweight, and portable. What’s not to like?

I got one a few months ago, and have found it to be a reliable and useful desk accessory. It is perfect for quickly attaching a few pages.

6 Replies to “The Staple-less “Stapler””

  1. They’re also required use in many food-prep companies. Staples and paper clips are verboten in case they accidentally get into the food production line.

  2. I bought one of the Gachuck gadgets the other day and I love it. It’s strong, reliable and you can recycle the clips. Doesn’t get any better than that. I got the 15 page one but will probably go back and get the 25 or 50 page one. Got mine from a Kinokuniya bookstore.

    Got one of the staple-less staplers as a Christmas gift last year and wasn’t overly impressed with it as the pages pull apart far too easily.

    Love the website BTW.

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