A few days ago I did a , and I couldn’t have been more impressed by the quality and the performance of each of them, so naturally I was excited to also get to review their 3 hole punch and 1 hole punchesÂ Â from them.Â The one hole punch being reviewed here has a 10 sheet capacity, and the 3 hole punch has a 12 page capacity.Â Thanks again for the fine folks at PaperPro who sent these over to be reviewed.
One of the first thing I noticed before I even used the PaperPro 3 hole punch was the little locking mechanism on the side.Â The small silver knob that you see there slides in and out so you can push the lever down and lock it in place to save some space if you want to keep this in a drawer when not in use.Â Â This is a nice feature, and even nicer is the fact that this 3 hole punch is actually pretty small and compact to begin with.
The 3 hole punch had absolutely no issue cutting right through 15 sheets of paper, although the advertised capacity is only 12 sheets.Â As I said in the review for their staplers, I assume that the products can handle the extra capacity short term, but if you continued to go beyond the suggested capacity, they would probably not last as long and be as effective as they could.Â Scaling back to the recommended 12 pages though cut right thorough the papers with almost no effort.
Another nice touch is the little “trap door” under the 3 hole punch to help empty the waste compartment.Â Unlike traditional 3 hole punches where you remove the entire bottom section, and risk spilling the punched dots all over, the little trap door allows for a more easily controlled way to empty the hole punch after you are done using it.
|Measurements:||1-2-3 Punch Board approx. 11"W x 7"H Banner Punch Board approx 8-1/2"W x 11-1/2"H|
|Country of Origin:||China|