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Could not get it to work

7/1/2016 by Pamela

I bought three of the bigger ones and have had no success in getting it to work. It is very difficult to get the bungee in the slot and then impossible to get it to cut the packing tape.


A Big Disappointment

6/30/2016 by Kathy

For one thing, this doesn't prevent the end of the tape from sticking to the roll. It doesn't have an advantage over other tape cutters in this regard. For another, it does NOT cut duct tape. Believe me I tried. Not only did I have to pull the edge of the tape off of the roll between uses but I also had to use scissors to cut it! It does cut packing tape, but then, so do other tape cutters. This was a waste of money.


Horrible product/waste of money

6/27/2016 by Nancy

I use a lot of tape for various projects and thought this would be an awesome product. I was extremely disappointed. The directions were poor and the result was less than satisfactory


I sent them back

6/23/2016 by Lauri

I couldn't get it to work- the tabs on the sides need to be longer to hold the tape up from falling back down to the roll- This was my first disappointment from Grommet.

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The Tadpole Story

Tadpole | Tape Cutter

How to Cut Tape

Ever struggled to find the end of a tape roll, or to cut off pieces? The Tadpole tape cutter will put an end to that.

This time (and sanity) saver gives you a clean, straight piece of tape every time. Its bungee-like cord attaches the blade to a roll, staying flush against the tape—like a less-bulky tape gun that’s even easier to use.

Lee Mallahan III created Tadpole after fighting to get straight pieces of painters tape for numerous glass door panes. Besides giving tape users everywhere a much-needed break, Tadpole gives back, too. It’s Made in the USA by partners from The Louisiana
Association for the Blind.

Tadpole is low profile enough to keep on any roll in your toolbox or kitchen drawer—electrical, duct, masking, painters. And when one roll is finished, Tadpole goes right onto the next. Now you can stop using scissors, a box cutter, a knife—or worse, your teeth—to get a piece of tape.
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