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Rapesco Stapler, Stapling Plier for rapid stapling by Rapesco
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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Rating: 4.5

On the face it this seems to be a good and pretty robust stapler, with very little added pressure it will staple 20 sheets of paper together. In terms of size this not a huge piece of kit - if work-space is at a premium this will not take up too much space. It has a nice all metal construction, with nice ergonomic contoured grip handle. Remember not to throw away the instruction paper as some pertinent instructions are written on it for the loading of the staples - which is fairly straight forward process to do. We have had no misfires or any failed operations with this stapler. You have a choice of set different gauge of staple that can be used, which is nice… Read more
Genuine Magenta HP 502A Toner Cartridge - (Q6473A) by HP
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
We have an HP printer, and this is the cartridge we needed to change. It is relatively easy to change and has lasted us awhile now. After horrible experiences trying to use third party consumables I would seriously recommend you go for the originals - and yes we know they are expensive.
Endgame at Stalingrad: Book One: November 1942. Th&hellip by David M. Glantz
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
There are some very good and exhaustive reviews for this book and I hope my offering will be at least acceptable. I found that this book was almost scientific in its approach and the attention to detail was very well done and seemed comprehensive to me. Glantzís style, trusts heavily on primary sources I liked the way in which local commanders on both sides of the conflict were brought into profile and the way in which their abilities, style and leadership were brought to fore. You see how the Stavka (Soviet high command) followed a steep and bloody learning curve of failure to finally achieve an insight and rational in its planning. This is followed through by the build-up of forces and… Read more