"Notchless" is an adhesive tape dispenser which leaves clean,
straight edges without zig-zags on cut tape, simply by tearing it
on the edge of a blade in the same easy way as with conventional
Adhesive tape without zigzags has an attractive appearance,
and it does not break up when peeled as does tape cut with conventional
dispensers. It thus has the advantage of not causing stickiness or
dirtiness at the cut edge, increasing the utility of adhesive tape.
This patented blade technology cuts adhesive tape with a straight edge
in an easy and safe manner.
This is a tape dispenser only for small-roll adhesive tape up to 18 mm
in width. Although it can be used for cellophane tape, it works best with Scotch® brand Magic ™ Tape.
Some types of tape may stick to the rounded part of the dispenser which
the tape sticks to, and you may feel that it is difficult to peel it off.
However, it is necessary for the adhesive tape to be stuck to this
rounded part in order to fix it in place so that it can be cut with
a blade without sharp zigzags.
Tape made of other materials may be not cut with a straight line or
it may be difficult to cut it.
Be aware of imitation products labeled as "Patent Pending" or with similar statements.
Take off a transparent cover from one side, and insert the tape roll
after pulling out a small amount of tape off it.
After this, replace the transparent cover while slightly pushing open
the opening part in the aluminum body.
If both of the transparent covers are removed, firstly place one of them
on a flat surface, such as a desk.
Replace the transparent cover while firmly pushing open the opening part of the aluminum body. (Please take care not to damage the transparent cover with the aluminum body.)
The other transparent cover can be replaced by slightly pushing the aluminum body opening part to open it.
|Size:||L : 109mm W : 26mm H : 66mm|
|Materials:||Aluminum and polycarbonate|
|Color:||Hairline silver only|
|Price:||2,160Yen (2,000excl. tax)|
|Developed and designed by:||Mamoru Yasukuni (kikuchi-yasukuni architects, Inc.)|