Re-write, re-draw, and re-do anywhere. The Wipebook Notebook is the ultimate reusable whiteboard notebook with our new hypergloss film that makes erasing and reusing better than ever! Perfect tool for anyone who loves brainstorming and wants to avoid paper waste when making temporary notes and doodles. Go ahead and make a mistake. Nothing should be permanent.
Pages: 32 pages (16 sheets).
Variants: Available in ruled, graph, and plain variants;
Size: 8.5 x 11"
Please note that the markers are sold separately.
This notebook works, as advertised, with the Expo dry-erase and Lumocolor correctable markers. I like the regular letter-sized format. It easily replaces a traditional paper notebook of the same size. The price point is reasonable given its size and the number of pages. I'm still exploring the different ways that I can use it for my family and me.
More pages than the more professional notebooks, so there's lots of extra space if you take a lot of notes at once!
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I haven't really used this book much, but it's a nice big book for great ideas, all while being reusable. The Wipebook scan app picks up the black borders with ease, allowing for quick saving of the ideas on the page. 32 pages may not seem like many compared to a 96 page exercise book, but considering the reusability, along with the scanning app, it should have more than enough pages for many users. The pages are about the width of an A4 paper, but perhaps an inch less in length. I would recommend.
I have one of the original wipebooks from the crowdfunded campaign (only a few of the pages have ripped at the bindings so had to be removed, and the pages are a bit marred from use but I’m still using it!) and I was a bit disappointed to see that the current version isn’t as sturdy as the original, though it’s still very useful and I love the ability to re-use the pages. Unfortunately I spilled my tea on by brand new Wipebook and the thinner pages all warped, making it unusable. So I’m back to using the original which still does the trick well.