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Super Clip 20 pcs

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Is it possible to become obsessed over a paper clip? We didn't think so, until we found this one. It's made by a Japanese company that specializes in clips of all kinds - pen clips, paper clips, potato chip bag clips, big clips, tiny clips. They call this one the "push clip" because of the small dome you press on to open its jaws (sorry, we could not think of a better way to describe it). Once opened, you can slide the clip over the edge of a stack of paper to hold them together.

But actually, it's much more than just a lowly paper clip, and the name doesn't do it justice - so we call it the "Super Clip". It's an excellent bookmark for journals, notebooks and books. It is small, easily handled and unobtrusive. Beyond that, you could use it to clip money or anything else flat that needs to be pinched together. You could also use it as a paper clip, but it's really too nice for that.

It's made of a super-smooth stainless steel; its grip is not too strong and not too weak and it will not mar or tear delicate papers like Tomoe River. Finally, it is very well made and you can use it over and over without wearing out its springy quality.

Call us crazy, but we are always looking for more ways to use these things!

Comes in packs of 20. Made in Japan.



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  1. Great little clips! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 31st Mar 2016

    I saw someone using this in a YouTube video - really liked the idea so ordered a set. These clips have very low profile but are perfectly visible. I'm not a big fan of tabs hanging out everywhere so these are the perfect solution. I also like that they don't pinch the paper that I clip these to - very important as my journal has Tomoe River paper which is very thin and easily wrinkled by aggressive clips. These do not pinch but hold very well.

  2. Grows on you ... 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 27th Feb 2016

    At first I thought that I would not be using them much. However, I started using a couple in my Hobonichi Cousins Journal and it worked out really well. Now, after some use, I love them and recommend them highly. If they were a little bit narrower in width, I would have preferred that, but that is more a fine point than a complaint.

  3. Perfect for pocket carry notebooks 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 18th Feb 2016

    I use a small leather notebook cover as my wallet. It holds two notebooks and a few cards and such. It works great for that. What it doesn't facilitate is the storage of receipts; I kept having mine fall out since I just slid this in between the notebooks.

    I bought these super clips specifically to mitigate this issue and they are great! I slid a clip over the front cover of the second notebook and slide receipts in when I get them. This clip keeps those receipts in no problem, but things slide in and out super easily when I need them too.

    It's perfect for my little pocket carry system too since they're so thin. Other clips are thicker and would be too bulky in my pocket (binder clips) or catch too easily on other things (standard paper clips). These super clips are the perfect strength and thickness to do what I need and not be noticeable.

  4. Wonderful Paper Clip and Bookmark 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 21st Nov 2015

    I love these. Never had a paper clip so thin before. Beautiful smooth finish. I used the first one as a bookmark in my Midori Passport Traveler's Notebook. The edge caught on my pocket when it was clipped on a single Midori page, and tore the thin page a little, so I now clip it over three pages to keep it from shifting around. Will come up with other uses too, I'm sure. Note, these clips do not damage the page in any way, nor leave indentations at all. I will always keep some of these on hand.

  5. SuperClip 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 30th Oct 2015

    Bought to use as a bookmark in my agenda/organizer and in my books. Works great.

  6. Truly a better clip! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 31st Aug 2015

    Great deal, a pointed edge, easy to clip and remove, and holds strong to paper! What else can you say about a clip?

  7. Best clip ever! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 9th May 2015

    These are the most versatile clips i have ever used! Way better than the conventional office clips! I can think of a thousand uses for these. Glad I bought two packages.

  8. #1 Clip 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 26th Dec 2014

    I am sure that is an arrow on the clip showing the direction, but I think it is also a #1. As in #1 clip! I struggle to use page darts as bookmarks because I can hardly see them. I like these because they can hold more than one page and they are easy to grab when opening your book. I've been looking for clips for my hobonichi, and these are going to work great.

  9. A revolution and a revelation 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Dec 2014

    Most people overlook the design of things they use often but which they judge mundane. "If it works, don't fix it", you can hear them say -- and I hate that saying. Paper clips are perhaps the best example of that. "I'm in a rush, I just want to hold this stack of paper, any silly old piece of metal will do!"

    Little do they know that a lot of cleverness can go into something as seemingly boring as a paperclip. Not only is it clever, but it is very intuitive, too. A hallmark of a successful design.

    As soon as I grabbed one, I squeezed that metallic dome which just begs to be squeezed, and just like that it opens its little mouth and I understand its purpose. I can't even begin to imagine how much research, design and prototyping went into perfecting this utterly satisfying metal buckling action.

    It makes a beautiful metallic pop sound, similar to those pressure-sealed bottle caps I had so much fun playing with when I was younger. As the upper metallic lip lifts, it leaves a length of the bottom lip protruding so you can rest the paper on it, eliminating the need to align the paper and the clip as if threading a needle. When you release the button, the clip hugs the paper with JUST the right amount force so that you can ONLY slide it purposefully.

    It's as if a friend's invisible hand is holding your paper for you. I wouldn't be surprised if the thickness and shape of the material is purposefully designed to maintain this exact amount of force in function of the thickness of the stack it holds -- as the stack gets bigger, the metal bends more, and using the metal's Young modulus and the piece's thickness... Maybe they did that, maybe not, but it feels like everything is calculated and engineered to perfection.

    Needless to say, I will be looking for places to use those clips!

  10. Clips 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th Nov 2014

    Very pleased with them.

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