When you think about inventions that have changed our world, you most certainly consider things like the wheel, the Internet and the mobile phone.
And, of course, the Baby Mop.
Well I have just learned of a new Japanese invention that is certain to make it onto that coveted list.
The Yasukuni Notchless Tape Dispenser.
Yes. You read it right. It is a notchless tape dispenser.
I know what you're thinking. How can Scotch Tape be notchless? It's impossible.
I felt the same way until I read the product description from Japan Trend Shop Web Site:
Don't you just hate those zigzag lines you get when cut tape? Well, this special tape dispenser will leave only straight lines for a clean, satisfying result.
I am thrilled beyond words!
I will no longer have to manually cut those irritating zig-zags off strips of Scotch Tape while wrapping my holiday gifts.
This will save me hours upon hours.
Hours that I can dedicate to my blog. That’s what you call a secondary product benefit.
Those Japanese are stinkin' amazing. I am humbled by their ingenuity.
And the Yasukuni Notchless Tape Dispenser is very economical, costing only $40 per roll, plus shipping and handling.
I have just one request.
I think they should get started on the Yasukuni Notchless Tin Foil Dispenser.
Those zig-zags are getting on my every last nerve.