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Bostitch Professional Desktop Stapler, 20-Sheet Capacity, Blue (B5000BE)

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Item #: 901-B5000BE
  Model #: B5000BLUE
Brand: Stanley
Bostitch Professional Desktop Stapler, 20-Sheet Capacity, Blue (B5000BE)
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This Bostitch Executive Stapler features all metal construction for maximum performance and durability, making it the perfect stapler for any home or office. A popular desktop classic that delivers a lifetime of reliable performance in a compact half-strip size. Constructed entirely of metal, this traditional half-strip stapler staples up to 20 sheets and features the ability to choose adjust for standard stapling or temporary stapling with a quick flip of the Dual Clinch plate. Also conveniently opens for bulletin board tacking and crafting. Visual staple window informs you when your staple supply runs low. Uses standard staples.
  • 20 sheet capacity
  • Uses a full-strip (210) of standard staples
  • 20 sheet capacity
  • Blue
  • Die-cast metal construction for superior durability and performance
  • Full rubber base pad for extra stability during use
  • Dual clinch system for permanent or temporary stapling
  • Lifetime limited warranty
  • Antimicrobial protected with Agion® silver ion-based agent
  • Rugged die-cast metal top fits comfortably in the hand
Color Family : Blue True Color : Blue Stapler Type : Full Strip Desktop Weight : 1.16 lbs. per Each
Brand : Stanley Customizable : No
Weight : 1.16 lbs. per Each

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