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Tape Cutter Value 3-Pack Sample

Reviews (4 out of 5 Grommets)

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came just in time!

10/4/2016 by flo

I love it! I bought all three and have used the 2" and the next size down (whatever size it is). It is much easier to use than the bulky store bought thingy that comes with packing tape. I hope the blade stays sharp! As far as the small one - I used it on the tape that is put up when painting. You're cuts exactly straight so getting it in the corners is a breeze. Now I would like to know if you want to come paint for me!!


Finally, two hands are enough to wrap a package!

9/24/2016 by Linda

This is the answer to my taping issues!


Better than expected

9/19/2016 by Mark

I got the extra large one because I wanted to try it on my dry wall mesh tape. It's a pain being up on a ladder with a roll of mesh tape juggling a sharp point for cutting it and struggling to find the beginning of the roll. I was a little leery thinking that it wouldn't be able to cut the mesh. But it does a great job. Very glad I got it.


No Tape Fighting

9/14/2016 by Cb

These make life so much easier. Wish these had been invented years ago! I will probably be ordering more as I have a few more rolls to have ready to use and they will make a nice gift for relatives & friends.


Makes tape easier to use

9/13/2016 by Jamie

I added Tadpoles to 3 rolls of tape that I use often, but don't have dispensers for (packing tape, blue painters tape, white gaffers tape). No more scratching at the end of the roll to loosen it. No more grabbing a scissor to make a neat cut. The Tadpole takes care of both tasks.


Tadpole works!

9/10/2016 by Joyce

These tape cutters absolutely work! They are amazing. Anyone who has a variety of tapes should definitely own these!


Great product

9/7/2016 by Harvey

I've always hated the traditional tape rollers. Tape getting stuck to the roller, difficult to cut the tape at the end and trying to find the starting point of the tape. The Tadpole is so easy to use. Everything about it is really great. Especially the size of it, so no more taking up so much room in the storage drawer.


Great gift for brother-in-law!!

8/27/2016 by Sheila

It arrived in plenty of time and he loved it.


Total control of tape roll

8/23/2016 by Mary

Great product that solves universal problem of messy tape dispensing and frequent loss of end piece getting stuck to roll. No more scraping at roll edge of tape trying to get a decent piece of tape started. Love the value pack of assorted sizes. Great stocking stuffer!


Wonderful idea! Works great- as advertised!

8/22/2016 by Georgianne

These are a wonderful addition to our useful gadget collection! So far, we've used the 1" and 2" Tadpoles and they really make cutting tape a breeze! I realize that tearing tape is not exactly a major issue, but these are so easy to use, and you don't wind up with a long thin strip of tape when you try to just tear it. So for us, the Tadpole is a winner, and we highly recommend them!

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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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