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Rexel Mercury Heavy Duty Stapler

Viking Number Q23-ND580619

Extra strength and leverage.

It's the light approach to heavy stapling. The extra leverage lets you get through thick piles of paper easily. What’s more, the jam-free mechanism and quick loading front chamber means you’ll find it a breeze to use.

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(£70.79 incl. VAT)
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Extra strength and leverage.

DESIGN. Durable die-cast metal construction with soft feel handle for a more comfortable staple.

EFFORTLESS. One unique staple for 20-120 sheets Quick and easy jam free mechanism. Front push button staple chamber for easier and quicker loading.

Adjustable paper guide. Easy pull out reference guide with adjustable locking paper depth guide.

Five-year manufacturer warranty.

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Viking Number ND580619 
Additional Information Front push button staple loading, Easy pull out reference guide, Adjustable paper depth guide, Uses Mercury staples 
Manufacturer Part No 2100922 
Material Metal 
Model Number 20 
Product Type Heavy Duty Stapler 
Stapling Capacity (no. of sheets) 120 Sheets 
Unit Each 
Warranty Manufacturer ACCO Brands Corporation 
Warranty Period 2 Years 
Brand Rexel 
Colour Silver 
EAN 5028252130134 
Rexel Mercury Heavy Duty Stapler
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Rexel Mercury Heavy Duty Stapler reviews verified by reevooReevoo

Value for money
Overall rating
Scores 7.7 out of 10 based on 3 reviews
4 out of 10


London GB
Reviewer left no comment
Cannot change size of staples,
Confirmed purchase: 08 September 2015
Published on: 24 October 2015
9 out of 10


Wales GB
Only a small effort needed to staple a thick pile of paper.
More heavyweight staples would help
Confirmed purchase: 11 April 2014
Published on: 01 May 2014
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