Standard dispensers have immobile heads that can cause scratchy tape lines and incomplete tape. This correction tape dispenser features a movable dual head capable of staying flush against the paper. Now you can have clean, full tape dispensed at every use. The dispenser head rotates and flexes as it glides across the paper, making it easy to use, comfortable to hold, and excellent at covering mistakes. 4 mm, 5 mm and 6 mm tape widths and refills available.
I finally had a chance to use this tape today. I used the tape to correct a
small... though very noticeable... spelling error within a greeting card note...
and it was as if the mistake never happened! My greeting card liner paper I used
was off-white or ivory... so I was a little bit nervous about using this tape.
Though... this tape did not seem to draw attention from the paper overall.
I am a little concerned about leaving the tape exposed to air now that I have
taken it out of the package. I hope that by storing it in a small plastic bag
for now... until I find a better place or pouch to store it... that will help
the tape to last a little bit longer.
For now, though... right out of the package, I think this correction tape works
great!! The application was smooth, and after applying the tape there were
little to no impression marks left on the card from having used the tape. I
hardly remembered I had even used it until I realized I needed to do something
with the correction tape since I had opened it.
Just great!! Like I wrote before... it was as if the spelling mistake never
As someone who prefers pens over pencils, I often face the issue of making
mistakes that mess up an otherwise impeccable page of writing. Regular white-out
is too messy for my taste, and correction pens skip too often. Correction tape
turned out to be the best option for me, and this particular brand works
wonderfully. The tape is a pure, opaque white that will consistently cover any
unintentional marks on the page, and it is a very easy product to use. The only
issue I end up having with this is purely user error: if you happen to apply the
tape with the wrong angle, it will end up bending in a sad position and result
in no corrections made. However, like I said, it is on my own fault that this
happens to me.
I highly recommend this for anyone who enjoys pens and dislikes regular