I super appreciate this binder! Until recently I didn't know I could even wear one. For disability reasons I can't wear garments with tight straps over my shoulders, and can't put on tight garments either over my head, or by shimmying into them. I also couldn't do up a side closure by myself. Kita from Origami worked with me on coming up with a solution to all these issues, and on figuring out the exact measurements needed (and which colour would work best with my skin tone) -- and now I have a comfortable front-closure binder I love. I can do it up myself, and it flattens my chest extremely well, but still allows me to breathe super comfortably. (I mean, when doing usual life things. I haven't tried exercising in it, but I wouldn't recommend that as a rule.)
One thing to consider about strapless binders is that you can end up with a little chest fat overflow at the top, by the underarms. For me it's not really noticeable once I have clothes on (I am a thinnish person). If you are able to wear a binder with straps, that might be the better choice re: this issue -- but for those of us who prefer/need the strapless ones, this is the one I'd passionately recommend. (Email to ask for a front closure if you also have trouble with a side one!) It's super well-made, it has comfortable 'cuffs' at the top and bottom, so there is zero chafing, it breathes well, it doesn't hurt my delicate stomach, and the compression is uniform yet comfortable. I really like the hooks for closing it; they don't require a lot of strength in pulling because they're so closely spaced, and I found them easy to thread together.
Thank you so much, Origami Customs.