The invention and application of the clam shell packaging is great for marketing: they can be made to any shape and display products on shelves great. They’re also on our list of the top ten inventions that someone should burn in hell for as they’re a pain the ass to open. So anything — like the Package Shark — that aids that process is worth a look in our book.
The Package Shark hails from the bowels of the “special offer” commercials that all end in a price that winds up being around $19.95 after the song and dance. It’s essentially a razor blade in a channel that hooks onto the clamshell’s lip and slices the plastic without fear of maming a finger or stabbing yourself in the crotch.
Hey — it’s a gimmick type of thing, but we hate clamshells so much that almost anything sounds better than dealing with them.
Street pricing starts at around $6.