Packing Tape Just Became Infinitely More Useful

Packing tape is great for, well, packing things, but what if it could do more? Designer Oscar Lhermitte reimagined traditional packing tape and made it infinitely more useful by covering it in reference materials that you can use as stickers, and you can back his idea over on Kickstarter. Use it to turn anything from a stick to a credit card into a ruler. Slap it on a piece of material and use it as a protractor to determine angles. Easily figure out nut and hole sizes for all your projects. You can even use it as a quick reference for common paper sizes, font sizes and line weights for all your design work. Oh yeah, and obviously, it also works pretty damned well as packing tape for shipping or storing boxes. Each roll of tape is made from 35 micron vinyl and measures 48mm wide (just under 2”) and 66m (216 feet) long.