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AdvantagesHold realistically 20-25 sheets of 100 gsm, good brand name, good firing range

DisadvantagesStruggle on heavyweight stock, very sharp ends

...have in the office are Rexel Standard Staples - the No. 56 in fact. All about the staples This staple is very standard - mundane if you will. It is 12.8mm wide and its arms which do all the work are 6mm long and Rexel claim that is possible to staple together 30 pieces of paper - I will come to this later, but I dispute this. The staples arrive in their own special cardboard house house...

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AdvantagesStrong, good quality

DisadvantagesPrice - rather expensive to comparable products

...it cannot be removed when said pages need separating. In addition, they need to be easy enough to pull apart but not so loose that they break up in the packet as most staplers have trouble deploying staples in very sort strips. This product I feel fits the criteria of a good quality staple however, you do pay the price accordingly. The Rexel no.56 staple is 12.8mm wide and has 6mm arms. It is...

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“An Office Staple”

published 11/08/2015

AdvantagesLooks good, robust and sturdy

DisadvantagesNot sure about the claims of 20 sheets of paper

...started making half-strip staplers as a whole strip of the correct type of staples fits in without me having to break any off. You can use Rexel No56 (26/6) or No16 (24/6) staples, which I am guessing are pretty standard (my desk drawer at work has three half used boxes of 26/6). The stapler comes boxed and is actually quite lightweight ? at about 160g with staples, it feels much lighter than my...

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