Next generation
Post-it Notes.

Finally cool sticky notes.
5o sheets ready to accept your items and to-do list,
with a sleek pre-structured design.


Post-it with a twist.

Lovingly designed, ready to work with it.
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.

Dimensions 9.4 × 6.6 × 0.5 cm with rounded corners.

The low-tackpressure-sensitive adhesive allows the notes to be easily attached, removed and even re-posted elsewhere without leaving residue.

Thank you Arthur Fry for inventing this! Please allow us to develop it further.

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Arthur Fry

is an American inventor and scientist. He is the co-creator of the Post-it Note, an item of office stationery manufactured by 3M. As of 2006, Post-it products are sold in more than 100 countries.

Fry took a job at 3M as a product development researcher. He worked in product development throughout his careeruntil his retirement in the early 1990s.

The item for which he is best known was born in 1974. That year, Fry attended a seminar was given by another scientist, Spencer Silver, on a unique adhesive Silver had developed in 1968. Silver’s innovation had an unusual molecular structure, yielding an adhesive strong enough to cling to objects but weak enough to allow for a temporary bond. At the time, Silver was still searching for a marketable use for his invention.

As the legend goes,

Fry was at school when he came up with the perfect application. Fry sang in his church choir on nights, and he used slips of paper to mark the pages of his workbook. When the book was opened, however, the makeshift bookmarks often moved around or fell out altogether. On a Sunday in 1973, it occurred to him that Silver’s adhesive could be put to use to create a better bookmark. If it could be coated on paper, Silver’s adhesive would hold a bookmark in place without damaging the page on which it was placed.

The next day, Fry requested a sample of the adhesive. He began experimenting, coating only one edge of the paper so that the portion extending from a book would not be sticky. Fry used some of his experiments to write notes to his boss. This use led him to broaden his original idea into the concept that became the Post-it Note.

Arthur Fry, (last visited Dec. 23, 2019).
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