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3-MIL Is Good Enough . .🎈. . You Do 'N0T' Need Anything Thicker❗
on September 13, 2014
05/28/2017 (*UPDATE REVIEW*) --- So, maybe I didn't need the 3100L, but as it turns out I am glad I bought it. On occasions I have noticed less than ideal laminations, to which the solution is slowing down the transit time from "3mil". The "7mil" setting on the 3100L is a bit too slow but I've found perfect results with the "5mil". You still don't need the thicker laminating sheets, just slow down the heat exposure for best outcome. Guess I got this one right after all, I also hope this helps you decide which laminator is right for you. Another option while still buying the less expensive Swingline is to simply perform a double pass; that works also; and another 'also', I increased my review from 4-STARS to FIVE‼️
It earned my top rating the hard way . . 😏
I exchanged it for the Swingline 3100L but sorry I did. When I got the upgrade and ran a test lamination, a "7 mil" test, then I realized that, hey, "7 mil" isn't necessarily better. I then ran a 3-mil test and sure enough, I prefer the 3-mil; so I didn't need the 3100L.
Now I know and so do you. Buy the 1000L and save (but read my latest review update).
Bill B Rethunkin . . 🤔 . . 🔀