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30 of 34 people found the following review helpful
on August 12, 2011
This morning the alarm went off as it usually does. I hit the snooze button and it didn't feel right, pulling my hand back, I noticed a bright blue flap of paper that said
"Good Morning Sweetheart, I love you." It had been laid on top of the clock radio with the sticky side up so it would stick to my hand.

I thought "That's sweet." Patted my sleeping wife on her back and went back to sleep.

I hit the snooze button twice more. Then at 6:40 knew I really had to get up and hit the off button.

And came back with a purple square. This one read "I hope you slept well."

Which was also very sweet. Then I went into to the bathroom and took my shower. When I got out of the shower and looked in the mirror there was another note. This time in green.
"Please make sure my shampoo is where I can reach it. The top of the shower is too high."

I took off the note, and moved the shampoo back down to a lower shelf my wife could reach without my help.

Then I got my toothbrush, and that had a note on it. Hot, shocking pink.
"You know, I wouldn't mind if we had onions when you take me out to dinner tonight."

Living room- television- pink again "We are not watching tv all evening again."

Coffee maker (green)- "I'd suggest either a casual picnic, or a very nice restaurant. Your choice."

Car keys (blue) - "Thank you for spontaneously planning a romantic evening out. I love you."

All this technology, text messaging, email, mobile phones with more power than a Cray, and nothing yet has ever truly replaced the Post-It. These are in great bright colors and black ink shows well on them with no bleed through. They are very sticky, and 390 will make sure you never forget the important things in life. They also make a good way to make sure that other people remember.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
on October 1, 2013
Please be aware there are only 65 sheets in each pad, not the normal 100. The "free pad" is a 10 sheet sample of the full adhesive post-it notes. You can find larger packs for around the same price.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on July 25, 2013
About that "one pad free" offer-- be aware that it is only a sample of ten of a new "full adhesive" product. Don't expect 7 packs for the price of 6. That being said they are what they are-- Post-its--colors bright and surely sticky. Five stars for that
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on December 9, 2012
These are excellent. I was really surprised at how sticky they were– they do mean Super Sticky, at least as far as Post-Its go. I like to keep a pack in my pocket at all times for writing down whatever I want to record and file away later. I tend to fill up a note, peel it off, and stick it on the back of the pack. Lesser Post-Its tend to fall off and get crumpled in my pocket, but these hang on like their lives depended on it. I'm buying, like, 6 more of these.

Great colors, too. Very vibrant; they remind me not to take myself too seriously.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on August 5, 2011
they definitely wont fall off the page but good luck trying to take them off the page later after a few weeks, because I actually ripped off some of the paper underneath a few times.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on January 1, 2014
The colors on these are bright enough that it's not at all difficult to read your writing. They truly just highlight the writing.

It comes with orange, purple, blue, pink, green and yellow. Amazing deal.

One thing that stinks, but is unavoidable if you want super sticky ones, is that because the adhesive is strong, when you peel off a sheet it curls a bit from the additional force of your pull (as compared to a regular adhesive versions). That means the sheet always curls up off of whatever you stick it to.

The solution is to pull the sheet off by pulling to one side, rather than pulling towards the top-- and give attention to not pulling unnecessarily.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon October 18, 2014
Post-it® Super Sticky Notes, 3 x 3-Inches, Assorted Neon Colors, 5-Pads/Pack by Post-It®. These 3 x3 " stickies come in a 5-pack of 90 notes each, in assorted neon colors that are quite bright; will stand out in most office environments. According to Wikopedia, MMM, the makers of Post-Its®, came out with a stronger glue that would adhere better -hence super-sticky--in 2003. These notes now have an enhanced adhesive which holds stronger and longer to vertical and difficult surfaces, will stick to virtually any surface, and will remove cleanly following use. MMM states that this new plant-based adhesive is from a non-food plant that grows annually; its use reduces their use of petroleum, also makes notes super recyclable.

Of course, a Post-it® note (or sticky note) is a small piece of paper with a re-adherable strip of glue on its back, made for temporarily attaching notes to documents and other surfaces. A unique low-tack pressure-sensitive adhesive allows the notes to be easily attached, removed, and even re-posted elsewhere without leaving residue. Originally small yellow squares, Post-it® notes and related products are now available in a wide range of colors, shapes, and sizes.

However, with apologies to Romy and Michelle, they were developed by Dr. Spencer Silver, a scientist at MMM, in 1968. He was trying to develop a super-strong adhesive. Instead he accidentally created a "low-tack", reusable, pressure-sensitive adhesive. The original notes' yellow color was chosen by accident, as the lab next-door to his team had only yellow scrap paper to use. Post-Its® patent ran out in 1997, but the term "Post-It®" has not been genericized. It and the original notes' distinctive yellow color remain registered company trademarks, with depictions such as "repositionable notes" used for similar offerings manufactured by competitors.

Well, like most other people in the office-dwelling world, I like and use Post-Its®. As I am older than most, however, I remember the original yellow notes, and how pleased I was when they became recyclable. A good product improved, used worldwide. What can I say?
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on March 22, 2014
Amazon is joining the crowd in deceptive advertising. Business must be bad. When you read the header it says Value Pack with 1 free pad. When you get the Value Pack delivered, you find out that the 1 free pad is a 10 sheet sample. Maby I'm just ignorant, but that means to me that 1 free pack is a regular pack of 65 not 10. You keep that crap up Amazon, and you will lose a long time customer. Not that it matters to you. Shame on you.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on November 30, 2011
The Super Sticky Post-it Notes are fantastic. They stick to old plaster walls. Treats wood a bit rough leaving gummy residue. Way better than regular or generic post-its.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on April 23, 2009
This is a great price and value. This seems like you only get one pack, but you acutally get many packs!
Great deal on the super sticky
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