Hi, @AxonSpark, I'm the one who was using nanotape!
And yes, initially I used it to adhere the Kceptors right to the SKIN, because I was trying to keep everything as low profile as possible. That's when I discovered that any tension or torsion on the Kceptor PCB could cause it to get out of calibration! SO I made 3D printed cases for them. I do stick the Kceptors to these cases with the nanotape. I have not had any issues removing the tape, but I tend to do it slowly so I can wash the tape and reuse it.
And, since I made the cases, I've not had to remove the Kceptors, so it's not been an issue. The cases allow me to access the Kceptor for anything I need to without having to remove them. The current design uses elastic straps, like most people have been using, to hold the Kceptors to the body.
The nanotape has not, in my experience, been difficult to remove from the Kceptor, nor particularly adherent to any aspect of the PCB.
Hope this helps!