Friday, July 5, 2013

RAPESCO Supaclip - A Cool Tool!

A recent purchase (RAPESCO 66-P Adjustable Diary Punch) had a little advertisement inside about the Supaclip which peeked my interest.  When I did the review video of the Diary Punch I had mentioned that it sounds like a cool tool.  To my surprise, True Distribution Inc who sells the RAPESCO products on Amazon sent me a package.  Inside the package was a Supaclip 60 Dispenser, 2 Supaclip 40 Dispensers and a pack of 40 clips in mixed colors.
A closeup of the colored clips, also available in silver (packs of 25 or boxes of 100)

Here is my initial take on this cool tool (yes, I think it's cool especially after playing with it)
  • Simple to use and re-use
  • No batteries or power source needed
  • No holes left in paper after clip removal
  • Clips re-usable
  • Colored clips great for color coded organizing
  • Clip pages together to use the RAPESCO Diary Punch to prevent slipping
  • No rust Stainless Steel
  • Did I mention it's FUN!
If you'd like a chance to win a Supaclip 40 to try it for yourself, simply leave a comment below telling me what you would use it for and I will enter your name into the drawing.  Winner will be picked July 12th, 2013.  Good luck everyone!

Video Review - See it in Action


  1. Sounds like a great little tool. I love gadgets. Thanks for the chance to win.

  2. That's neat...and stainless steel to boot! I remember years ago the scrapbooking industry came out with a tool similar to this with colored plastic clips to use in the "altered books and other art" category...It wasn't out for very long and I have no idea who produced the plastic version...but I thought that was very cool back then too! Thanks for sharing! Love your video reviews! I learn to much!
    Tanya T.

  3. Thanks Natasha, for showing me something else I want!! :) I could see using this in my filing/business part of my life. But, more cute would these be on mini albums, etc.!!!!!? Hope you draw my name! I'm going to hunt your site for a video on the Filofax organizer. I use to keep something like it years ago. I want to see your ideas.
    Thanks for all your videos.
    Jamie V.


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