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Tallest VHS Tape Tower

United States Dan Kendall

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Oakland, California, United States / April 3, 2009

Dan Kendall built a VHS tape tower measuring 6’3" in height, a new world record. Each level of the tower contains eight VHS tapes.

The tower was built in Oakland, California on April 3, 2009. Sharon Navarro was present as a witness.

Read more about the project here.

- must observe RecordSetter balancing criteria
- tower must be made entirely of VHS tapes
- must follow form of current world record holder
- must provide video evidence

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  • United States Tai Star

    Tai Star

    I only used 69 tapes

  • United States Caitlin Walsh

    Caitlin Walsh

    How many tapes did you end up using?

  • United States Tim Weant

    Tim Weant

    yeah man youve got some crazy shit!!

  • United States Dan Kendall

    Dan Kendall

    Congratulations! I'm just stoked someone found this record and beat it. I'll let you hold onto the title for a while, but I've got a second tower I haven't submitted yet that you may have to find a bigger building room to beat! Don't worry though, that will be my last attempt for this record and if you beat it, it will be all yours. And for more inspiration, check out these other VHS constructions: http://vhsconstruction.wordpress.com/

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