They stick great and...
, October 25, 2012
They stick great and look great.
They're fairly easy to carry around, the flap/slide on the white case shown to
keep the packaging closed doesn't work that well, but the tabs also come with a
plastic case that you can slip the white case into - which is great. It not only
makes it easier to carry around, but it also help protect the tabs and the white
case from getting water damage or dirty which keeps it looking sleek for as long
as you have it.
Great for flagging pages...
, March 10, 2012
Great for flagging pages in notes!
Initially, I thought these might be overpriced, but there are LOTS of stickers,
they stay stuck until you want them not to, their shape makes them look neat
(unlike the rectangular flags I had been using), and the packaging is sleek and
attractive -- I love carrying this pack around! My only wish is that Metaphys
would make the film stickers in other colors. A lovely graduated blue or red
would be fab!
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Here's why I love these:
, August 19, 2010
This review is from Metaphys Rin Index Film Stickers - Black - Pack of 25 X 6 Sheets
Here's why I love these:
1) they are by far the most compact and pocketable way to carry sticky index
tabs. The usual way either requires specialized holders that are too
big/expensive to sell with every set of tabs, or they are the disposable
dispensers (like the postit flags). This takes up no more space than that other
pencil case staple, the 15cm/6-inch ruler :-) Plus, the backing folds around the
tabs to protect them from curling up etc, then slides into a simple flexible
plastic sleeve (look at the pics). Neat, tidy, no fuss, no frills.
2) The rounded shape works exactly as advertised. It wasn't the main draw for me
like the compactness was, but it's appreciated - the pretty's always nice :-) In
the same vein, it's great that they're in gradations of the same color except
for one. It does exactly the job it needs to do for color-coding, but without
having eleventy six different brights that end up all meshing together and
defeating the purpose :-)
A note on price: this might seem a bit steep, especially as the simplicity and
neatness of the design can make the product look rather underwhelming when you
Aside from the fact that this is the kind of thing that shows its quality over
time as you get ot use it, it's not that expensive when you consider you get a
cool 150 flags, plus a well-designed carrying case.
Only gripe: I would make them a tad stickier. That may be a matter of personal
taste though; I use them on heavy, matte paper a lot (it's almost cardstock
really), maybe thinner, glossier papers would suffer if these were stickier.