Game Changers: Flat Duct Tape Rolls That Fit In Your Pocket

January 4, 2017

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Duct tape: it can fix almost anything, including a snoring roommate. But rolls are so bulky *cue infomercial of some dipshit on a ladder fumbling with a roll of duct tape before falling and breaking both legs* Enter RediTape, pocket size duct tape. Each $17 pack contains six 5-yard rolls of tape that lay flat so they can fit in a pocket (or anus if you're planning a jailbreak). So easy, so convenient. "Why are you walking like that?" Skinny Pete's been in there long enough, we're busting him out! "Just how many rolls do you have in there?" Four and a grappling hook.

Keep going for a couple more shots and a video in case you need to see those.

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Thanks to Joshua, who tried to use packing tape instead of duct tape to fix something and is now the laughing stock of the all the other men in the neighborhood. :( I did the same thing with Scotch tape once, I had to move.

  • Hoopy

    Damn! I was purposely trying to gain 150lbs so I could wear size 50 "husky sized" pants that could hold a regular sized roll of duct tape. This seems easier.

  • Emmitt Morgans

    Red Green is openly weeping wherever it is that he is right now!

  • The factory is an assembly line where regular rolls of duct tape get sat on by various fat people.

  • bluecheesedressing

    Coghlans, UST, and SOL have done something similar for a while but they have some the lowest grade duct tape in their products. If this is high quality stuff then there is certainly a market for it.

  • omg make Flat Gaffing Tape now!

  • GeneralDisorder

    This will make kidnapping so much easier. Er... I mean, uh, carrying duct tape.

  • The Magnificent Newtboy

    I feel like this stuff should be on the same lists as fertilizer and cold medicine...

  • Some of us have been doing this for years. Does this really have to try to be its own thing?

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