V-Stick Factor
A scale from one to ten that measures the stickiness and strength of the plastic wrapping of videocassette tapes and compact discs.

nVsThe Sabram ScaleThe Rockmuller Scale
1Very loose. Probably a knocked-off product. You can see the teeth from the Saran Wrap.No attraction or friction whatsoever, static or material. The wrapping is almost impossible to get an adequate grip on for purposes of removal.
2A bit tighter than 1 but was the first dozen knocked off in the evening's printing.Low material friction. Fingernail, compressed carbon (diamond), or other relatively hard mineral substances are capable of obtaining an adequate grip for tearing purposes. Removed material has no static attraction.
3May still be either a knock off or if an obscure label, a low production quality.Approaching normal friction and low static charge. Material is relatively easy to remove with any sharpened object, and once removed, material will raise micro-particles and fine hair as long as proximity does not exceed 0.50 - 0.75 centimetres.
4You start going from opening it up with your fingernail to needing something more pointed like you keys.Normal cellophane friction, low static charge. Material is easy to remove by any conventional method; however, after removal, micro-particle interaction extends out to 1.5 centimetres.
5You can see multicoloured sheen of professional quality shrink-wrap after a long production run.Normal cellophane friction, moderate static charge. Cellophane will actively stick to moderately charged surfaces, lightly to itself, and moderate particle interaction approaches 3 centimetres.
6Quality starts to kick in and the "double wrap" is in. There is the cellophane wrapping and that multicoloured sticker keeping it closed.Slightly above average in all respects. Material will actively stick to itself when removed, particle interaction averaging 4 - 4.5 centimetres. Noticeable 'peel' effect against organic matter.
7The sticker has a record company label hologram on it. It is still perforated so you can easily open it.Approaching limits of standard cellophane. Material sticks firmly to organic matter, raises particles from distances exceeding 5 centimetres, and is capable of forming a tight seal when stretched (Example: Kitchen plastic wrap)
8They don't have the sticker perforated and you need a real knife edge to open itLimit of natural friction and charge. Plastic is extremely difficult to remove from organic matter, adheres and forms tight seals with anything brushed against it, particle effects 6-7 centimetres.
9Comes in one of those tall boxes that is also wrapped making it a "triple wrapping". You end up throwing out more material than keeping.Material will actively attach to objects within particle range of up to 5 centimetres and form seal based on static attraction. Seal is tight enough that removal often results in tearing of material.
10A time capsule item. Get the x-acto knife and watch your fingers. Very thick cellophane is used and it shows signs of pervious attempted entry by other customers.Layer of cellophane becomes one with organic matter, inseparable by any means. Static charge is close to audible as a distinct hum. Material is classified as a dangerous substance at this point, and should be marked for immediate incineration.