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Bind-it-All V2.0

by Zutter

Price: £49.76
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  • Comes with measuring guide for uniform accuracy- create perfectly bound projects, that look professional every time
  • Owire Measuring Templates and Pocket Instructional Manual included
  • The only Binding System you'll ever need
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  • World's first and most capable dual action binding system under 3-pound

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 22.9 x 15.5 x 28.9 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.6 Kg
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  • Item model number: 2811
  • ASIN: B001TBING2
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 31 May 2013
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 222,829 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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Product Description

COMING SOON! Includes one (1) pink Bind-It-All Machine v2.0 measuring 9" x 6" x 11-1/4", Owire Guide Templates for uniform accuracy that looks professional every time and a fully illustrated instruction manual. The Bind-It-All v2 from Zutter will punch and bind chipboard, lightweight acrylic, thin wood, canvas art board and more. Use to make one-of-a-kind albums, calendars, journals and recipe books. Numbered register marks allow for punching accuracy for projects up to 12.5". Left and right hand application.

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105 of 106 people found the following review helpful
Broadened my scrapbooking horizons 8 Feb 2011
By Talvi - Published on Amazon.com
I saw a demonstration of the Zutter Bind-It-All at my local scrapbook store and knew I had to have it. Amazon had it for cheaper. This is one of my very favorite scrapbooking tools and allowed me to take the big leap from 12 x 12 pages loaded into scrapbooks to making gorgeous mini-albums. There are many reasons that this was so important:

- One 12 x 12 book usually takes a few weeks to make with my limited time
- 12 x 12 scrapbooks that have good quality are quite expensive
- If you have a smaller event you want to scrapbook, like a trip to an amusement park, a 12 x 12 is just too big
- 12 x 12 scrapbooks can be a little boring, everything is behind page protectors and you can't make interactive books

When I did my first few mini-scrapbooks, I used binder rings. However they do tend to get caught at the hinge sometimes and over time get looser.

So my Bind-It-All arrived and it was crazy how I was churning out mini-books. I was using it to chomp holes into and bind chipboard, thick acrylic covers, and even leather. Only once did I have a problem where the thickness of the item was too big and wouldn't fit into the slot to be punched (it was thick chipboard and I'd already glued paper and embellishments close to the bind like an idiot).

So here's some observations from the last year using it:

- You can almost always decorate your whole album, and then punch it, since the Bind-It-All allows for thick items. When you buy pre-bound books, you can't put patterned paper or embellishments along the bind edge. I think it ends up looking odd with a strip of white or brown at the side.
- It's a little hard to clean out. There's a slot that opens on the side, I waited too long to clean it and it was jammed in, I had to get a wire and pry stuff out.
- You really should watch the instructional CD to learn how to align your media in the slot, when to choose which letter for slotting purposes (cover, insert pages, etc), how to then re-align the pages so that you can perfectly space the next set of holes (it punches about 5 rectangular holes at the same time), how to count your coil before snipping, and especially how to position the front and back pages so that the coil end is behind the last page. I don't think I could have used this tool well without that help and the demonstration I saw.
- It's a very small unit. I go to crops so it's a breeze packing it and taking it with me. One side effect of this is that you have to be careful to hold the base down well when pulling back on the lever, the base isn't wide enough to not topple a little unless you hold it.
- As a great starter project, look for Theresa Collins scrap kits that are made to be used with the Bind-It-All. Her materials can also be purchased separately, such as her lovely book covers (the Zutter book covers are mostly boring square shapes).

There are other tools like this on the market now, like the 7 gypsies Binderie and We R Memory Keepers Cinch tool. In fact, my local scrapbook store has greatly decreased their stock of Zutter and increased the stock of Cinch binder accessories. The Cinch coils can be used with the Zutter.

In my experience, I never use the smaller coils. I think for every mini-book I've made, I've used the 1" coil.
32 of 32 people found the following review helpful
great binder/ hole punch 15 Dec 2010
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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Making small projects got easier, simple holes in cardboard, paper and fabric covered board with no problems... even cuts a cd! ALIGNMENT can be tricky... you need to practice before you do your first project. The wire binding is excellent and can be opened to make changes. Also good for making holes for other projects. Like doing art books, sewing through the holes. Becareful if you buy from people and not a business... I DID NOT get all the parts. You will love the cutter and find more things to do than just wire binding with it! You can do large punch areas with alignments that are given in the book. The only downside I had was not being able to find the wire binding locally and other binding does not fit. I bought the case to carry it in, works great, and recommend the spacer for small projects, it brings the holes closer to the edge.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Love it, But.... 16 Sep 2012
By Pauline - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this item on June 13th. It was to originally be a gift for someone else as I already own the Cinch. However, after watching a lot of videos on the Bind-it-All & listening to a lot of comparisons, I decided to keep this one for myself. (This is why I am just now reviewing the product.)

I was disappointed to find that my package was missing an important part; the extension paper guide bar plate. I called customer service and was again disappointed. The gentleman on the phone was not friendly, nor professional. After he answered the phone with a "hello" I had to ask him if I had called the correct number. I then explained the problem to him and he repeatedly asked me if my purchase came in a new unopened box. After saying to him several times that I purchased it new and that I could provide a receipt if needed he then tells me I need to send an email to the company to get the problem resolved. I am now waiting to see what Zutter will do to fix the problem.

However, I decided to "play" with the Bind-it-All without the guide to see what it would do and I am not disappointed in its performance. I did have to make a template to use as a guide, but the actual punching and binding went smoothly. I was able to quickly bind two small recipe books as a gift for my sister who has been begging me for them. I didn't want to use my Cinch on that project because I felt the holes would be to big. The Bind-it-All was perfect for this. I am sure I will use it for all my smaller projects as the holes look much nicer than the Cinch.

So, love the product but not the customer service. If you are buying this for someone else I would open it up and make sure everything is included first.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Love at first bind! 25 Oct 2011
By Aereara - Published on Amazon.com
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This thing is AMAZING! It chomps through anything you throw at it. I'm not particularly fond of the pink, and would give my left leg to get a hold of one in green! Of course, it only comes in pink...

Anyways, there is a bit of a learning curve when it comes to using the bind it all, and I'm still figuring out all I can do with it! I found out that if you just cut the tabs apart, it is a wonderfully creative notebook style border! Or you can punch the border and string ribbon through it!

Definitely not a one trick pony!! Love love love it!
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Bind-It-All 20 Aug 2010
By Victoria - Published on Amazon.com
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Saw a video on this product and had to have one. I Love it... I have made so many things with it for my family and friends. I have also organized my scrapbook layouts and put a binder on them, now I have a less cluttered scraproom. You won't regret buying A-Bind-It-All. Victoria
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