Carry a dry-erase board in your pocket!

A while ago, Julie reviewed the Wipebook notebook with dry-erase pages inside.  That version was a hardback book, and Julie had an issue with the book not laying flat.  Wipebook has been evolving since then, and there are three new versions available, including one sized to carry in your pocket for quick notes to yourself.

The new versions all have faux leather covers and brass spiral, lay-flat bindings.  Each has 10 leaves (20 writing pages) covered with a “hyper gloss” UV film that’s easy to erase.  Wipebook is available in the original size (8.5″ x 11″), mini (5.8″ x 8.25″), and a pocket size.  Each comes with one Staedtler 305F-9 no-smudge dry erase pen.

The original Wipebook is $44.95, mini is $39.95, and the pocket size is $19.95 at The Grommet.

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2 thoughts on “Carry a dry-erase board in your pocket!”

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  2. I had an original wipebook and the pages had “ghosts” after a few uses. Even de-natured alcohol would not get rid of the ghosts. After a month, I tossed the book as the pages were useless. I found a purely laminated page with think laminate was better than the wipebook. I hope you will be able to publish a status report after a few weeks of usage.

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