Master Mega Duty Three-Hole Punch

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Master Mega Duty Three-Hole Punch

Master Mega-Duty Three-Hole Punch, 80-Sheet Capacity

3 Punch Heads - 9/32" Hole Diameter - 80 Sheet Capacity - Charcoal Gray - View Complete Details

Product Number: MATMP80

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Master Mega Duty Three-Hole Punch - Mega-duty three-hole punch powers through up to 80 sheets of 20 lb. bond paper. Spring assisted mechanism and oversized handle allow easy punching of large stacks. Preset to punch 9/32" diameter holes to fit a standard three-ring binder. Handle locks down for storage and safety. Flip up guards on each punch head ensures safe use and assists in alignment. Hole punch features an adjustable ruled paper guide, large capacity paper chip pan and nonskid feet to keep it in place while punching. Made with heavy-gauge steel. Weighs 7 lb. 4 oz.

  • Powers through piles of paper.
  • Spring assisted mechanism and oversize handle make punching stacks easier.
  • Handle locks down; guards ensure safe use.
  • Charcoal.
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Don't do it


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  • Not Worth Your Time


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      We have order this item 2x and returned both time. Not a good prodcut

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