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Wrapid by Risa Takeuchi is Easy to Use in an Emergency and Pretty

 - Apr 8, 2016
References: risatakeuchi & packagingoftheworld
At first glance, Wrapid is an adhesive bandage dispenser that looks like it puts aesthetic before function. But that's not the case at all. Instead, it creates a first aid kit product that is easy and efficient to use in an emergency. It essentially allows people to access and use the bandage in three seconds.

Designed by Risa Takeuchi, the Wrapid adhesive bandage dispenser is a student project for Pratt Institute, which is based in based in Brooklyn, New York City. As for what makes it unique, the designer shares, "With its innovative packaging solution, not only the slide functions as the seal for sanitation purposes, but also giving access to the adhesive bandage when the consumer pulls down the slide."