There will come a time, some day, that the paperless office becomes a reality. Though the concept was introduced in the mid-1970s, we still haven't gotten around to it, so it probably won't happen any time soon. Even when it does, one place will surely remain faithful to paper: Japan, the land where new fax machines are still sold in the third decade of the 21st century! The Japanese love paper and all gadgets related to it, and this is why something like the Compact Fold-up Paper Hole Puncher couldn't have been invented anywhere else.
Paper means archiving, which means folders, which means hole punchers: usually big and clumsy space hogs. The Compact Fold-up Paper Hole Puncher transforms that, since it can be folded to a 28 x 67 x 22.5 mm (1.1 x 2.6 x 0.9"), much smaller than any paper puncher on the market. Keep it in your drawer until you need it and when the time comes to punch some paper, take it out, unfold it to 56 x 109 x 45 mm (2.2 x 4.2 x 1.7"), and punch away. Available in four colors (black, white, pink, and blue) and made of strong polycarbonate, POM, and steel.
Specs and Features:
- Colors: black, white, pink, blue
- With compartment for holding the punched-out paper chads
- Dimensions (closed): 28 x 67 x 22.5 mm (1.1 x 2.6 x 0.9")
- Dimensions (open): 56 x 109 x 45 mm (2.2 x 4.2 x 1.7")
- Materials: polycarbonate, POM, steel
- Instructions: Japanese (but easy to use)