Wipebook – Dry erase notebooks


Dry erase boards are modern day chalkboards. Write something on them and when you’re finished, just wipe them off and then you can start all over. If you’ve ever wanted a portable version of a dry erase board, the Wipebook is it. This notebook features 25 smooth pages that work with dry erase and correctable markers. You can write on the pages like you do with a regular notebook, but if you need to change something, it’s very easy to erase your mistakes. Wipebooks are available now for $25 each. Buy one, use forever.

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  • Pam T. December 15, 2013, 2:46 pm

    OK, this one really appeals to me. As long as it doesn’t get all smeary when you close the notebook, that is. I notice that the wipebook includes a correctable pen that is dual purpose (it can also be used on paper) AND that the pen is refillable (refills available on Amazon.com). I’m thining that’s a pretty good use of $25 (CAD).

    I can see novelists using this for plotting and character worksheets, or as a great to-do list. What else?

    • Julie Strietelmeier December 15, 2013, 2:56 pm

      @Pam T. It could be used for almost anything. Artwork, class notes, meeting notes, etc.

  • Etta December 15, 2013, 6:56 pm

    This sounds like a great idea! I just put in for their Kickstarter program for the 2.0 version for 2 notebooks, a lined & a grid line notebook.

  • Betty Widerski December 16, 2013, 8:32 am

    I’d had my eye on the Kickstarter but hadn’t reached the reminder zone yet. But decided to go in for the multi-page-type 2.0, since that seemed the only one that will have music scoring pages.

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