I have set aside about $100 to purchase a binding machine for my hobby. However I cannot decide between the Cinch or the Bind-It-All. I’ve done some research on line regarding both and just when I think I’ve decided I get swayed the other way. There are several reviews, blogs, & videos regarding the differences between the two and why one should buy one over the other.
What do you have if you have one? I hate being so indecisive about this.
The Cinch has round holes that punch 12 at a time.
The BIA has rectangle holes that punch 6 at a time.
Cinch Deluxe Bundle
You asked for a bundle — we’ve got a GREAT one!
Our Cinch Deluxe Bundle includes:
The Cinch Binding Tool v. 2 (teal)
Two black 3/4″ binding wires
Two blue 5/8″ binding wires
Four gray 12×12 chipboard covers
Two black 8×8 7 Gypsies bookboard covers
Two kraft 7 Gypsies 8.5×11 bookboard covers
Two red Teresa Collins bracket shaped chipboard covers
Two Melissa Frances scalloped chipboard covers
Eight 4×4 chipboard coasters
Cinch V. 2 plus all of these supplies just $119, while they last!
Starter Kit Combo Pack $ sale 89.99
Bind It All V2.0
¾” 6pc pink o wire
¾” 6pc white o wire
¾” 2pc silver o wire / 3pks
Clear acrylic folder tabs 7.5×5” 3 pc
Canvas art board 6×6” 2pc
Clipboard wood 6×6” 2pc
White chipboard covers 7.5×5” 2 pc
Cream pages 7.5×5” 2pks