Max Vaimo 11 Compact Stapler Fastens 40 Sheets at Once

As I wrote in this article, stapleless staplers, like Kokuyo Harinacs, are superior to ordinary staplers in several ways.

However, if you need to fasten papers firmly or have lots of documents to staple at once, you should use a regular one.

Nowadays, a large variety of staplers are available online. But I have one I want you to know called Vaimo 11, which is compact, handy, and incredible.

Max Vaimo 11

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Vaimo 11 is a compact-size manual stapler from Max, a Japanese stationery company known for staplers and office supplies.

Amazingly, it can bundle as many as 40 sheets with just one staple.

Therefore, with this one, you don’t have to prepare a large-size stapler to fasten lots of documents at once.

vs. Other Compact Staplers

The maker, Max, adopted various new ideas for the designs and staples of the Vaimo 11 series.

As a result, Max Vaimo Staplers are superior to other compact staplers in the following respects.

  • While an ordinary compact stapler fastens 26 sheets at once, Max Vaimo 11 can do 2 to 40 using a longer staple designed for the series.
  • Max Vaimo 11 can bundle many documents with lighter force using the dual leverage coming from its structure.
  • The paper fastened by Max Vaimo 11 has a more beautifully finished surface because of the stapler’s function called Flat Clinch.


As seen above, Max Vaimo 11 is a handy stapler capable of fastening many sheets of paper with light force.

Besides, thanks to its compactness, the Japanese stapler is convenient for storage and carrying around.

So I can say, with this, you don’t have to use a large-size stapler to bundle lots of documents at once.


Hi, I'm Tomo, a Japanese blogger living in Niigata Prefecture, Japan. For the purpose of enriching your life, I would like to introduce things about Japan on this blog, especially unique Japanese products, cooking recipes, cultures, and facts and trivia.

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