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Tipp-Ex Pocket Mouse Correction Tape Roller Disposable 4.2mm x 10m

Viking Number Q23-7500

Rights your wrongs in an instant

No waiting, no mess, just a squeaky-clean cover-up with the Tipp-Ex's correction roller. Compact and practical, evenly covering any type of writing.

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Rights your wrongs in an instant

This Tipp-Ex Pocket Mouse correction tape roller offers immediate, precise and clean correction. The correction tape is paper-based and dry, which means that you can write on it immediately after application. Because of the ease of use, the Pocket Mouse is suitable for at home, the office or school. The Pocket Mouse can be used by right- and left-handed people and contains 9 metres of white instant-dry tape.

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Viking Number 7500 
Length (m) 10 m 
Manufacturer Part No 8207892 
Product Type Correction Roller 
Refillable No 
Tape Width 4.2 mm 
Unit Each 
Brand Tipp-Ex 
EAN 0070330510883 
Tipp Ex Pocket Mouse Correction Tape Roller Disposable 42mm x 10m
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Tipp-Ex Pocket Mouse Correction Tape Roller Disposable 4.2mm x 9m reviews verified by reevooReevoo

Value for money
Overall rating
Scores 9.3 out of 10 based on 21 reviews
10 out of 10


GB Freight forwarding provider
Great product. A lot less mess and no drying time which saves a lot of hassle.
These can be a bit more expensive than other 'tipp-ex' type products.
Confirmed purchase: 30 March 2015
Published on: 15 April 2015
6 out of 10


Long Bennington GB Nothing
Its' quick and easy
Too expensive
Confirmed purchase: 15 January 2014
Published on: 12 February 2014
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