Midori 70th anniversary Limited Edition XS Tape Dispenser Green

By Midori
$9.00

To celebrate Midori's 70th anniversary, the Japanese brand released a limited edition of their XS tape dispenser featuring the company's favourite color: green.

This is the smallest tape dispenser you will find in the stationery world. Measuring just 5,6 x 2,55 cm, it still performs perfectly. With its very sharp stainless steel blade, the compact tape cutter will save you time and struggle at home or on the go. With its pocket size, you can fit it in a pen case or in a bag, and it will for sure come in handy.

Their XS Stationery series was designed to create some of the smallest stationery in the world, combining both functionality and portability.  

Good to Know:

  • Product Size folded : H25.5×W56×D18mm
  • Product size unfolded: H56×W109×D45mm
  • Body Material:  Polycarbonate
  • Blade: Stainless steel
  • Tape size :12mm×5m (Φ22.5mm)
  • Tape material:Cellophane
  • Colour: Green
  • Made in Japan
  • Special 70th-anniversary Midori packaging

About Midori :

Midori Shokai Co., Ltd. was established in 1950 in Japan, and the company started as a producer of writing paper and envelopes. Midori means “green” in Japanese and was chosen as the company name to represent the strength of a plant spreading its green leaves in a field. MIDORI's aim is to bring you products that will enrich your daily life, and they succeeded by bringing some of the most iconic stationery items, like the Traveler's Notebook, to life. MIDORI has maintained its base in design and paper while evolving into a comprehensive manufacturer of stationery items.

To celebrate Midori's 70th anniversary, the Japanese brand released a limited edition of their XS tape dispenser featuring the company's favourite color: green.

This is the smallest tape dispenser you will find in the stationery world. Measuring just 5,6 x 2,55 cm, it still performs perfectly. With its very sharp stainless steel blade, the compact tape cutter will save you time and struggle at home or on the go. With its pocket size, you can fit it in a pen case or in a bag, and it will for sure come in handy.

Their XS Stationery series was designed to create some of the smallest stationery in the world, combining both functionality and portability.  

Good to Know:

  • Product Size folded : H25.5×W56×D18mm
  • Product size unfolded: H56×W109×D45mm
  • Body Material:  Polycarbonate
  • Blade: Stainless steel
  • Tape size :12mm×5m (Φ22.5mm)
  • Tape material:Cellophane
  • Colour: Green
  • Made in Japan
  • Special 70th-anniversary Midori packaging

About Midori :

Midori Shokai Co., Ltd. was established in 1950 in Japan, and the company started as a producer of writing paper and envelopes. Midori means “green” in Japanese and was chosen as the company name to represent the strength of a plant spreading its green leaves in a field. MIDORI's aim is to bring you products that will enrich your daily life, and they succeeded by bringing some of the most iconic stationery items, like the Traveler's Notebook, to life. MIDORI has maintained its base in design and paper while evolving into a comprehensive manufacturer of stationery items.

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