Universal's standard staples offer reliable perfomance you can depend on. The chisel points are 1/4" long, so they can penetrate up to twenty sheets of paper at a time. No more stapler jams, broken staples or shredded corners. , so you get fewer stapler jams.
Thanks to our wholesale bulk pricing options, you'll always have staples on hand when you need them. And you'll save money on top to that! Choose from the box of 5,000 staples or pack of 25,000.
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Thank you very much for your note! These are standard staples and I know they think everyone in the world should know that this is suppose to be! I found your answer and also got a couple of other fun facts for you!
The leg length is 1/4". The crown or top is 1/2" long.
Weight is .32 per pound for 5,000 staples and the packaging.
The Carton dimensions are 1.1 x 1.69 x 4.33.
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Thanks so much for your question about the difference between standard and chisel point staples. This is such a great question because their really are so many choices on the market due to different types of staplers.
Standard, typically refers to the type of staple which would be used in your common office/household stapler. The leg length of a standard staple is 1/4" inch and has the capacity to fasten up to 20 pages. Other stapler types include a heavy-duty stapler which requires a heavy-duty staple that can vary in leg length to fasten a larger quantity of pages or electric staplers which require a specific type of staple according to the model.
Chisel point simply refers to the tip of the legs that penetrate the paper or surface. A chisel point allows for smooth penetration of papers and surfaces while reducing jamming.
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