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KW-triO YunFeng Steel Handheld Stapler with Number-10 Staple

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Are you looking for a practical stapler? Here is the high qulaity YunFeng Steel Handheld Stapler with Number-10 Staple.The Colors of the Stapler are perfect for you to place it at home or office. Handheld Stapler is one kind of All-Steel Ha...
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  • Accessorize your business or home office with the Swingline Optima Grip stapler
  • Office supply of the Cheap Stapler is guaranteed jam-free
  • Rely on the solid consistent performance with the Handheld Stapler
  • This Handheld Stapler tool delivers the design in an all-metal construction, full-strip stapler
  • This ergonomic Steel Stapler is ideal to help prevent repetitive strain injury
  • Materials: Steel
  • Size: 10.7 x 4 x 5.8cm/6.57 x 1.57 x 2.28in(L x W x H)

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KW-triO YunFeng Steel Handheld Stapler with Number-10 Staple


  • This Handheld Stapler tool delivers the design in an all-metal construction, full-strip stapler

KW-triO YunFeng Steel Handheld Stapler with Number-10 Staple

KW-triO YunFeng Steel Handheld Stapler with Number-10 Staple


  • Office supply of the Cheap Stapler is guaranteed jam-free. Rely on the solid consistent performance with the Handheld Stapler

KW-triO YunFeng Steel Handheld Stapler with Number-10 Staple


  • Accessorize your business or home office with the Swingline Optima Grip stapler

How Does a Stapler Work:


  • A stapler works by using force to push a staple through the paper, then secure the pages together. It can be used for locking pages of a document together, or for tacking, when the stapler is opened up and used to staple items to a flat surface
  • There are eight significant parts that come together to make this happen, as labeled in the diagram above. First, the stapler itself is composed mainly of the head (1) and the base (4). Connected to the head is the magazine (2), which holds the staples (5). The head is connected to the base by a hangar (8), which is soldered in place. The pin (6) at the back of the stapler allows the head to swing up and down to load staples or in some models open up completely for use in tacking items. Inside there are springs (7) that have two purposes. One spring pushes the staples down the magazine to reload the stapler. The other works to pull the stapler head back up after it has stapled a document. On the base, there is an anvil (3), which is a metal plate that the staple is forced into that ultimately makes the bend in the staple that secures the pages together
  • The staples are loaded into the magazine so that the two points face towards the base of the stapler. The spring creates tension that pushes the staples toward the front of the stapler. When pressure is applied to the head of the stapler, the magazine pushes down on the paper, and a metal plate in the head of the stapler pushes the front staple down the magazine. The two points are forced into the paper, piercing the pages until they come into contact with the anvil. There is a curved groove in the anvil. The ends of the staple are forced into this groove, where the pressure forces them to bend. They bend inwards, creating a lock around the pages
  • Tacking is used for stapling items to flat surfaces, like walls or bulletin boards. A button is pressed on the bottom of the stapler. This releases the magazine and head of the stapler. The stapler works as it would for regular stapling, forcing the staple out through the magazine, only it is not forced into the anvil. It pierces the paper and the surface, and pins them together, much like a push pin or thumbtack

How to Load a Heavy Duty Stapler:

As the name implies, heavy-duty staplers are designed to perform above and beyond their traditional counterparts. This means that they are normally able to staple up to 200 sheets of regular paper in some cases. These staplers use special staples that are much thicker than normal staples and require special loading systems to hold the staples in place. Although the exact steps differ slightly depending on the brand and stapler model, the basic idea is the same


Follow Block Staplers


  • Remove the follow block to expose the staple guide. The follow block is the spring-loaded metal rod that holds the staples in place and advances the line of staples after each staple is used. Most heavy-duty staplers have a button to release the block or hooks that hold it in place. Push the block in and lift up for the latter. The follow block release is usually located at the back of the stapler, near the base
  • Slide the rail of heavy-duty staples into the stapler. The staples must be facing down, toward the base of the stapler to slide in correctly
  • Insert the follow block and push it in until it clicks into place or reverse the technique used to remove it from the hooks to secure it in its cradle
  • Place a stack of papers in the stapler and perform a test to see if the staples were loaded correctly

Arm Loading Staplers


  • Pull the stapler arm up and away from the base until the stapler opens to reveal the loading area
  • Place the rail of staples into the exposed cavity
  • Close the stapler arm
  • Staple a stack of papers to verify that the procedure was done correctly

Package Included: 


  • 1 x Stapler