Thanks to the generous people at 3M Australia, I have one of these Post-it Pop-up note dispensers. Another good reason to show this and do a quick review was that Christmas is just around the corner, and so stocking-stuffers for the office Secret Santa are always a good idea.

Overview

The dispenser is suited to an office location, where notes need to be easily accessible, think next to a phone, or on reception.

What you get

The notes it dispenses are the same as any normal Post-it (Reviewed HERE) however they are glued so when you pull one, the next one pops through the slot for easy access. You can get refills anywhere Post-its are sold.

A Note

There are a few different types of dispensers, aimed more toward the female market (hand-bag shaped, pink, etc) and some are fairly gender-neutral. They all come with a pack of pop-up notes, pre-installed for instant sticky goodness.

Inverse Sticks

Personally, the best part about these dispensers is how fun it is to play with the “pop-up” note pads. Get your hands on one of those, and you’ll have fun for days!

Hopefully over the next few weeks leading up to Christmas, I’ll make a few specific posts in different value ranges. Stay tuned!

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3 Responses to Post-it Pop-Up Dispenser – Pink Heart

  1. Sarah says:

    I love it! I will keep an eye open for those for stocking fillers.
    Thanks

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