Scotch Magic Tape One-Handed Dispenser

0.75" Width x 41.67 ft Length - Black Dispenser Included - 1

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Scotch Magic Tape One-Handed Dispenser lets you apply variable-length tape quickly, precisely and with one hand. Stylish refillable dispenser is quick and easy to use. Dispenser includes Scotch Magic Tape (3/4" x 500") and accommodates rolls up to 1000" long. Refill with 3/4" Scotch Magic Tape.

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Brand Name
Product Type
Invisible Tape
Tape Length
41.67 ft
Tape Width
Black (Included)
Package Contents
  • Magic Tape One-Handed Dispenser
  • (3/4" x 500") Magic Tape


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Scotch Magic Tape One-Handed Dispenser

(based on 7 reviews)

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This has to be the worst thing ever invented!

By Belle

from NJ, United States

Comments about Scotch Magic Tape One-Handed Dispenser:

Blade doesn't cut the tape, the tape gets stuck to the roller, so you try to figure out if the tape is even installed properly, and it doesn't matter! No matter which way you put the tape in, it doesn't work! Save yourself the frustration and don't buy this thing!


Worst tape dispenser EVER

By Melow

from Indiana

Comments about Scotch Magic Tape One-Handed Dispenser:

I came to the "scotch" site to see if this dispenser had a recall or some replacement program. As stated in other reviews, this unit does not cut well & then the tape sticks to the roller where it can't be reached. I don't write product reviews, but this dispenser is so bad, I didn't want others to waste their money..


Not always work

By FastrcBoat

from San Jose, CA, United States

Comments about Scotch Magic Tape One-Handed Dispenser:

The old blue unit works 90% of the time. This new replacement unit only works 50% of the time. Most of the time either the cutter is dull that tape couldn't cut clean, or the tape got jam where the blade is. Sad to see the old unit went away and Scotch replaced with this inferior product.


Difficulty Using and Reloading tape

By Harvey B

from Undisclosed

Comments about Scotch Magic Tape One-Handed Dispenser:

Wasted tape on use, and difficult to reload, without instructions on dispenser



By Lynda C

from Centerpoint,Alabama

Comments about Scotch Magic Tape One-Handed Dispenser:

3M gave me a free sample of this product to evaluate. Such a fabulous product! Works great and is a fun accessory to have on your desk! Highly recommend the Cosmo Dispenser!


Love it!

By amandeep k

from sacramento

Comments about Scotch Magic Tape One-Handed Dispenser:

I actually by this tape a lot I love it I always have it handy when I need it its there easy to use with one hand love the dispenser and it works awesome its strong and reliable my kids use it too with their projects.



By Ron M

from Herkimer NY

Comments about Scotch Magic Tape One-Handed Dispenser:

tape does not always cut. The dispenser does not stay together it opens up when you are using it.

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