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[Amazon.ca] Scotch Thermal Laminator $18.98

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[Amazon.ca] Scotch Thermal Laminator $18.98

Amazon.ca has dropped the price on the Scotch Thermal Laminator to 18.98. A well rated unit that intermittent drops to roughly the same price. You may find it at the same price at some WalMarts.

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Apr 5, 2009
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This is thing is the best.. had one for about 5 years... I love laminating!
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Best price / place for pouches?
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patrickkc wrote: Best price / place for pouches?
My wife is a kindergarten teacher and loves the Amazon basic pouches
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Fredericton
Had this for a while. It's slow as molasses heating up and laminating, but it works! Laminated so many printed recipes. :)
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I have the same exact one and still works perfectly after 7 years.
patrickkc wrote: Best price / place for pouches?
At the time I bought Scott Brand but the prices have definitely gone up over the years. At this point the Amazon Basics version of the pouch is best bang for your buck.

AmazonBasics Clear Thermal Laminating Plastic Paper Laminator Sheets - 9 Inch x 11.5 Inch, 200-Pack https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B079KL4C91
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Mar 11, 2017
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Thanks! Was waiting for this to go on sale again.
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Agreed. Bought one at this price years ago. Good unit. AmazonBasics laminating pouches are our choice.
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Thanks. This is great for ppl who decided to do HOME SCHOOLING (not virtual classroom!).
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life359 wrote: Had this for a while. It's slow as molasses heating up and laminating, but it works! Laminated so many printed recipes. :)
Oh what a great idea. I always end up spilling or splashing stuff on my recipes.

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