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Nimuno Loops LEGO-compatible Tape Lets You Tape and Snap

by Conner Flynn
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I can’t believe that no one has thought of this before. This new invention claims it will transform “virtually any surface into a base for LEGO components.” You can build around corners, on curved surfaces, or even onto the sides of other brick-built creations.

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The possibilities are endless. Nimuno Loops tape creates a building brick surface anywhere. Snip off as much tape as you need and apply it wherever. Then attach your LEGO, KRE-O, Mega Bloks, or other compatible bricks to the tape. It’s the only tape better than duct tape.

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Put it on fridge, your car, make bracelets out of it, whatever you want. $11(USD) will get you two rolls of tape, measuring in at 6.5 ft total. Orders of 10 rolls or more qualify for further discounts, so order a ton and cover your walls with this stuff. The Indiegogo campaign has a month left to go, but is already on track to smash through its fundraising goal.

[via Nerd Approved]

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