Students are getting ready to enjoy a much-needed break and looking forward to Santa bringing them notebooks for Christmas. Notebooks? Yes, because the old ones are filled to the brim, with assorted notes being scribbled on every spare inch of paper available. Wouldn’t it be easier – and cheaper – to simply erase all those unnecessary notes and use the same notebook again? Now you can.
Notebooks are great. Small, lightweight, portable, but there’s only so much paper in them. Erasable whiteboards are the lifeblood of conference rooms everywhere, but they’re not exactly portable. The Wipebook combines the best of both worlds, delivering a notebook that contains pages resembling the smooth, erasable surface of a whiteboard.
Designed just like a notebook, measuring 11-inches by 8.5-inches, the Wipebook contains 25 pages that can be written on both front and back. The pages are coated with a special laminate that allows them to be wiped clean when using water soluble markers, dry-erase markers, and correctable markers. A new version of Wipebook (Wipebook 2.0) will come in a variety of different formats: lined pages, grid pages, mixed pages and blank pages.
Forget about buying stock in notebook manufacturers and say goodbye forever to the scuffed pages that are the result of using an eraser. The original Wipebook is available for $25 CAD, and Wipebook 2.0 is coming soon.