|Item Weight||1.9 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.8 x 4.2 x 7.2 inches|
|Item model number||LND-330-3PK|
|Color||1 Green, 1 Gray, 1 Pink|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||LND-330-3PK|
Post-it Pop-up Notes Laptop Dispenser for 3 x 3-Inch Notes, Bright Pink, Green, and Gray, 3-Dispensers/Pack
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- Holds 3 in x 3 in Pop-up Notes, Bright Pink, Green, and Grey Dispensers, 3/Pack
- Mounts to your laptop and keeps notes handy
- Slim, portable, convenient; just like your laptop computer
- Pack includes 3 dispensers in pink, green, and gray with 20-sheet pads of pop-up notes
- For refills, look for the accordion shaped icon on all packages of pop-up notes
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Top Customer Reviews
It has Post-Its.
The dispensers are thin and flimsy.
There are only 20 Post-Its in a stack.
The adhesive may leave marks.
When you pull a Post-It, it can wrinkle easily.
The dispensers are gray and yucky chartreuse and hot pink. You don't need the dispenser to use the notes.
You have to unstick the dispenser from laptop to refill it.
I don't see the value of this product and I am amazed that it was created. Do you really have to stick note papers to your laptop? If so, it would be easier to stick a regular stack of Post-Its or just carry a stack of them in your case or pocket. Twenty sheets to a pack is too few; you're always refilling the dispenser. This seems like a needless and overpriced product.
Keeping one of these on your refrigerator allows you to quickly scan your fridge, grab a post-it and note what's needed for a light shopping. I also have a small notebook in the car where I jot things down as I think of them - these might be better (I don't write when I drive - only when parked) because the notebook slides around and sometimes off the console area and gets lost on the floor - so these secure-able post its would be a great application there.
Cons: They don't include enough post-its in each package. As a heavy user I burn through these packs in no time. The replacement packages were not cheap, either. You have to get the kind of post-it that pulls from the left and then the right - not just the kind that attach at the top. I probably would not replace them based on the cost. The adhesive is made from the same strength glue used for the super sticky series of post-its, so it will come right off your laptop, table or desk.
Bottom lines: Fun product that attaches and detaches easily. Expensive refills. When these three packs are gone, I will probably not replace.
In any case, I am also disappointed at the lack of value that these provide -you don't get a lot of post it notes for what you pay for. I think you are better off purchasing regular post it notes, or something more portable that you don't have to stick to a hard item, and use those instead.
HOWEVER, all that being said, there IS a use for these. I think they are a great idea to put on a fridge, or on a desk hutch. Both are places which provide an ample sticking surface, which are probably near some sort of writing instrument, and which are in a place where the notes might actually serve a purpose. I think the marketing gurus would have been better served going this route instead of the white-elephant-ruin-the-lines-of-my-laptop-look.
Not recommended for the laptop, but fine for the fridge.
They could definitely use instructions, but it's not rocket science. You put the post-its in, fold in the sides, then the top and bottom..remove adhesive. Stick to something. To change them out, make sure there are no post-its "popping out." Carefully flip out the side, remove the previous post-its and replace. They cannot hold an entire normal sized pad, so you'd want to use, say, 1/3 of a normal pad when you replace them.
But overall, this is just another ingenious product from post-it. They are truly a wonderful product and it's too bad my local stores don't carry more of their innovative products. The pack comes with all 3 colors (green, hot pink, black). And I am definitely glad to get them. For the amount of convenience and use these will get, they are a total bargain!
UPDATE: After using this for months, I have to say, I still love it! So great to have post-its right in my binder for when I need them.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great to put in the front of subject notebooks for my daughter. She can quickly grab a note to jot things downPublished 2 months ago by Jo Clarke
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I got a free pack of refills for these dispensers, liked the idea of having Post-it Pop-ups handy to my laptop wherever, and started checking the available (Brick & mortar) stores... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Tim Edwards
I do like the idea behind the product. For me however I need more than the 20 post stick notes it provides. Read morePublished on February 17, 2011 by E.S
I am not sure why there is a need for this product. Can you just stick a book of regular stickie to the side of your computer? Why pay more???Published on December 23, 2010 by Helen L.
I enjoyed these. I'm a guy who has to have post-it notes around. Something to jot ideas, phone numbers, etc. This handy dispenser allows you to stick it anywhere on the desk. Read morePublished on December 23, 2010 by Daniel Darling
Doesn't really apply to my own uses but could see how it would be very useful for someone in an office environment. It was a nice idea but a little unnecessary.Published on October 29, 2010 by Nolan Lewis
I picked this up just to give it a whirl, but with the advent of sticky notes in Windows 7 as (for this reviewer) completely eliminated the need for sticky notes at all. Read morePublished on October 23, 2010 by avgvstvs
The guy who invented the Post-It Note was frustrated when, in church, he would have slips of papers inserted to separate various hymns, and the papers would fall out whenever there... Read morePublished on October 21, 2010 by Beam Me Up