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BIC Clean Wite-Out Brand EZ Correct Correction Tape, 4-Count

  • ASIN: B0007L1W0E
  • Quantity Left: 999

PKR Rs. 2,419.00 /-


Size: 4 Count |  Color: Multi-color Product Description Quickly correct typed or handwritten documents with BIC Wite-Out Brand EZ Correct Correction Tape. Made by America’s number 1 Correction Brand, this correction tape goes on dry, allowing you to make instant corrections with no mess and no waiting time. Dispensing the tape is easy: simply hold the dispenser with your thumb in the groove, position the tip flat on your paper, press down firmly, and gently move from left to right. Offering greater strength than paper-based tape, this film-based correction tape is more tear resistant to create tidy, inconspicuous corrections that last. The self-winding mechanism helps prevent the tape from loosening, so you can apply the tape smoothly and accurately. And thanks to its translucent body, the dispenser lets you see how much tape is remaining. This pack includes 4 dispensers with white correction tape. Source: The NPD Group, Inc./Retail Tracking Service/U.S. Sales/Jan-Dec 2017. Instructions: Hold dispenser with thumb in groove, BIC logo face up. Position nose flat, at angle, on area to be corrected. Press down firmly and move dispenser gently, left to right, across correction. Self Winding Mechanism: If the tape becomes loose: Press nose of tape firmly on paper. Make a quick motion towards the right. Repeat until tape rewinds. From the Manufacturer BIC Wite-Out Correction Tape - 4pk

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Size: 4 Count |  Color: Multi-color Product Description Quickly correct typed or handwritten documents with BIC Wite-Out Brand EZ Correct Correction Tape. Made by America’s number 1 Correction Brand, this correction tape goes on dry, allowing you to make instant corrections with no mess and no waiting time. Dispensing the tape is easy: simply hold the dispenser with your thumb in the groove, position the tip flat on your paper, press down firmly, and gently move from left to right. Offering greater strength than paper-based tape, this film-based correction tape is more tear resistant to create tidy, inconspicuous corrections that last. The self-winding mechanism helps prevent the tape from loosening, so you can apply the tape smoothly and accurately. And thanks to its translucent body, the dispenser lets you see how much tape is remaining. This pack includes 4 dispensers with white correction tape. Source: The NPD Group, Inc./Retail Tracking Service/U.S. Sales/Jan-Dec 2017. Instructions: Hold dispenser with thumb in groove, BIC logo face up. Position nose flat, at angle, on area to be corrected. Press down firmly and move dispenser gently, left to right, across correction. Self Winding Mechanism: If the tape becomes loose: Press nose of tape firmly on paper. Make a quick motion towards the right. Repeat until tape rewinds. From the Manufacturer BIC Wite-Out Correction Tape - 4pk

Mackenzi
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on February 19, 2020

Review:These things suck! They are ridiculously finicky. When I go to use it half the time it just straight up doesnt work. The other half, it sticks to itself, lifts up, or only half of it lays down on the paper and the other half is still on the dispenser. When I try to write on the little amount that actually made it on the paper it scratches up! I have used several different types of pens and only the liquid gel ink works on it, and only if you are SUPER careful. I hate that I now have 4 of these things that I dislike using. They may be cheap, but they are CHEAP for a reason. If I still had the packaging I'd ask for a refund. Read more

Robert J
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on September 30, 2019

Review:Half of the package came in unwound/the white out tape was threaded through the dispenser. I had to take apart and totally rework the tape through it, it was a nightmare! Took me almost an hour but was excited when I got one of them so I was determined to get the other one done. I thought all was good, but then I went to use it a few days later and it didn't work again, the tape was all loose and wouldn't wind around. Urgh, good idea but something happened in production! Read more

Thebookandi
Rating:2.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on November 8, 2019

Review:These things were a waste of money. There are four to a package. The first one broke the first time I tried to use it. The white-out tape snapped and then it was useless. The second is passably use-able. But the tape keeps coming off the dispenser and twisting, destroying itself each time it does. I don't even want to attempt using the other two. Waste of my money. Very unhappy. Bic, you stink. Read more

Mrs. Witt
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on October 23, 2019

Review:the white out tape came unraveled from the chamber easily and was unable to put back in. The white out tape also peeled off the spot you put it on easily. Sometimes applied smoothly other times it would break up and be spotty. Read more

LFS
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on January 10, 2018

Review:VERY poorly designed, not the like previous designs that were much easier to work with. Tossed first one as it broke. Do NOT recommend. Ultimately tossed all w/o using. Waste of $ Read more

Barbara Rogers
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on April 8, 2020

Review:This is the worst brand of correction strips I have come across. I literally ended up tossing each one only 1/4 used due to product issues. It gets part way and starts unspooling so that you can't use it. Other brands can sometimes do that, but there is no way to tighten the spool on this one. The unit is closed, so you can't use a paper clip or something to spin it back up. I broke each one trying desperately to fix it, then got mad and threw it in the round file. What a waste. Never again. Read more

Inspired
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2017

Review:I've used this product in the past with great results. This round though I had a completely different experience. The first tape I used stopped on dispensing on it's first run. I thought it was a fluke and tried a second tape but it too broke within a minute. Do not buy this product until the manufacturer fixes the issue. Read more

Sarker H.
Rating:3.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on July 8, 2017

Review:I don't like correction tape but accidents happen, right? This tape easily gets loose and application is annoying and almost requires effort. The quantity of correctives saved this review from receiving two stars, however. In addition, they're difficult for kids to use. (11 yr old had difficulty) Read more

Mia
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Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 17, 2017

Review:Good stuff. Read more

Alain Leclerc
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Date:Reviewed in Canada on January 21, 2021

Review:J'ai reçu rapidement ma commande. J'ai fait le saut lorsque j'ai vu le format. Je ne m'attendait pas qu'ils seraient aussi gros. Je vais être pour un bon bout de temps sans avoir a en acheter. 4 rouleaux de 40 pieds chacun. Je n'ai pas eu a m'en servir encore par contre mais je ne doute pas du produit. Merci. Read more

Shirley Mei
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Date:Reviewed in Canada on September 21, 2020

Review:Overall works (4 in one pack is good) it’s different from what I usually have that the angle is sideways instead of down. Read more

Tyler
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Date:Reviewed in Canada on March 15, 2021

Review:Do not buy!! They don’t have the winders anymore so the second you have just a tiny bit too much out your screwed. I wasted 2 already trying to pull them apart to manually wind up but they just fall apart. Absolutely junk. Read more

Lady
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Date:Reviewed in Canada on January 13, 2021

Review:Correct those cuss words on that document. Oh, wrong name. Let me fix it. Done. Read more