#2347: Snaperforation

I know that I’m always advocating a paperless existence, so today’s invention is for people who still hark back to the olden days of vellum, quills and filing cabinets (ie lawyers).

When you want to put your sheet of random paper into a ring binder, there is never a hole punch to hand.


Imagine, therefore, if the prongs on the clips within the binder actually had a circular blade on one side and ‘anvil’ on the other.

Snap these closed on your sheet of paper and a pair of beautifully round holes is formed, allowing the document to be neatly stacked for future reference.

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