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Need A3 Laminaters


carver

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Any body got any suggestions as to a reliable A3 laminater for home use, up to now had 2 Fellowes Saturn A3 Laminators and not had much luck, first lasted about 12 pouches and second one managed 3 before dying and sounding like a washing machine with bearing failure.

So has any body got any suggestions for a decent laminater in the £100 bracket give or take £30.

Only I am getting a real ear bashing from the wife to buy a reliable laminater she can use.

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wiz-king

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Did you use the sleeves? I have had years of use from ours but our London office have got through three in a year by not using the thermal sleeves and gumming up the rollers.

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carver

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I reckon that even with out the sleeves the fist one should have done more than 6 without jamming and that after 12 it jammed so much you couldn't even get the document out.

Second one 3?

And they were put in square to the machine.

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chub_tor

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We have used one similar to this from Viking Direct in our nursery school for years and had no trouble BUT we insist that staff always put the pouches in sleeves.

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