tapeWORM Sticks To The Basics

tapeWORM Sticks To The Basics

By Luke Anderson

It seems like every time that I go to move, there are no tape dispensers to be found in my house. I don’t ever remember getting rid of them, yet they all disappear. It’s not a big deal, especially since I don’t move all that often, but I really do wonder what happens to them. Needless to say, I’ve gone through a number of tape dispensers (from boxing tape to scotch tape) and this tapeWORM concept is definitely one of the most simplistic that I’ve seen.

This single piece of stainless ‘spring’ steel flexes to fit on the inside of the tape roll with a blade on the outside for cutting. When installed, it works just like any other tape dispenser. When you’re not using it, the tapeWORM springs back to its original shape. The designer is planning to make these in a number of sizes for all different types of tape. Unfortunately there’s no word when they plan to mass-produce the product.

VIA [ Yanko Design ]

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