Scotch Packaging Tape Dispenser

Holds Total 1 Tape(s) - Refillable - Soft Grip, Retractable Blade, Adjustable Tension Mechanism - Red, Black

Reg. Price $31.88

Our Price $26.51 Each

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Easy-to-use pistol grip dispenser makes it easy to apply box sealing tape. Sturdy, durable tape dispenser holds 3" core tape that is up to 2" wide and 60 yards long. Adjustable braking mechanism applies tension to tape. Dispenser also features a retractable blade and soft touch, pistol grip.

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Brand Name
Product Type
Handheld Tape Dispenser
Holding Size
1 Tape of 2" Width x 180 ft Length with 3" Core
Soft Grip
Weight (Approximate)
1.30 lb


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Scotch Packaging Tape Dispenser

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Hate it

By Unlucky

from Antioch, CA, United States

Comments about Scotch Packaging Tape Dispenser:

I can't get the tape in took it to the mailing store they put it in but fell out! Can't find instructions anywhere


Easy to use & tough!

By Desiree H

from Missouri

Comments about Scotch Packaging Tape Dispenser:

I do a lot of shipping with online auction sales and this has been a tremendous help to me! It is easy to use and strong enough for frequent use!


Tough to Top This Tape!

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Scotch Packaging Tape Dispenser:

Generic tapes especially for shipping packages can't beat the quality of Scotch tape. Scotch not only adheres better but offers a product like its dispenser to do the job. You don't have to fuss and fight the tape -- or the blade on the dispenser -- when you use the Scotch dispenser tape. It may cost a little more but nothing beats a frustration free package taped up tight and ready to go!



By Deanna S

from Beckley, WV

Comments about Scotch Packaging Tape Dispenser:

The dispenser makes it so easy to use the packaging tape. It is a nice size and easy to hold in your hand. The dispenser keeps the tape from sticking when you don't want it to.


Scotch Easy-Grip Packaging Tape Dispenser

By Liz P

from Great Northwest

Comments about Scotch Packaging Tape Dispenser:

Great product, dispenses easily and sticks like nobody's business! Scotch is the only brand I buy, because it's the best!! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]


Easy-Grip Dispenser is great!

By Cherry M

from Prescott, AZ

Comments about Scotch Packaging Tape Dispenser:

Several months ago, I purchased a Scotch Easy-Grip Packaging Tape Dispenser. My 5 year old grandson loves to make play-doh pizzas and pretend that he is the pizza delivery boy. He makes his pizza, wraps it in aluminum foil, then places it in a box. We have to tape the box closed and use the Easy-Grip Dispenser. It is the PERFECT dispenser for this purpose! It is SO easy to use and keeps the box completely sealed so that the pizza doesn't fall out! It is also excellent for sealing packages to mail to my children and other grandchildren. Thank you, Scotch, for designing this great dispenser for us! Sincerely, Cherry M [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]


easy grip tape dispenseer

By Robert M

from Detroit area, Michigan

Comments about Scotch Packaging Tape Dispenser:

As asvertised, it IS more easy to grip than the regular roll AND it was easier to apply the tape; however, it also would tangle at times after I cut it off, unless I was not using it correctly. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

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