The Best Stapler For Your Desk (And How To Load It)
This article is about the PaperPro one finger stapler which can hold up to 28 sheets of paper and works with a single push. It's also jam-resistant and has a nonslip base to help you hold it comfortably in your hand or palm. The base has a storage compartment to keep staples ready and you can even open the top for bulletin board tacking.
If you run into trouble with this stapler jamming, try placing something round, like a pencil or pen, between the base of it and the metal part that holds the staples. It may expel that stuck staple without having to open it up.
If you're looking for a bigger capacity stapler, there are staple-free versions that handle up to five pages with no staples, though they do crimp rather than poke holes in the paper, and they can rust over time. This is fine if you're just stapling things together for a short period of time. Otherwise, you'd probably be better off with real staples.