Rocketbook Everlast Smart Re-usable Notebook / Journal A4 - Infinity Black £24.99 at MyMemory
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Rocketbook Everlast Smart Re-usable Notebook / Journal A4 - Infinity Black £24.99 at MyMemory

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Posted 21st May
Rather than having scraps of paper floating around, I thought I would give the Rocketbook a try.

Write and upload to your choice of apps (Google drive, Dropbox, Onenote etc.) to digitise your notes.

Currently £35 on Amazon.
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Just watched video, very interesting, never knew such a thing existed!
Cool n' everything, seems pricey for what it is tbh.
Random_clicks21/05/2020 10:02

Cool n' everything, seems pricey for what it is tbh.


Have you seen how much paper costs? It's mind boggling.
Great to see this product at a good price.
I bought one of these a few years ago and since have bought some much cheaper alternatives. I don't worry about the smart features but enjoy the eraseability and then I just take a photo to be uploaded to Google photos.
I use mine every day. It's fantastic. a cheap and cheerful version of it is made by NewYes. The paper type for all these notebooks is called stone paper.
The downside is that you can only use erasable pen (like Pilot's Frixxion). If you can wait though you can get them from Ali for pretty cheap.
Another tip, you can use a Sharpie to create a template on the paper. when you wet wipe the page, the Sharpie lines will stay and the erasable pen goes away.
There is another type that I would suggest to avoid. It's the one you microwave.
I have this, it's a great product and linked up to your phone it scans and sends to whatever location you have setup. Stops me having scribbles on pieces of paper (which I often did)
kermitklein22/05/2020 00:47

I use mine every day. It's fantastic. a cheap and cheerful version of it …I use mine every day. It's fantastic. a cheap and cheerful version of it is made by NewYes. The paper type for all these notebooks is called stone paper. The downside is that you can only use erasable pen (like Pilot's Frixxion). If you can wait though you can get them from Ali for pretty cheap.Another tip, you can use a Sharpie to create a template on the paper. when you wet wipe the page, the Sharpie lines will stay and the erasable pen goes away. There is another type that I would suggest to avoid. It's the one you microwave.


Can you send a link for the Newyes product please?
A good product. Very handy for taking meeting notes and scanning them straight after. I scan to Evernote or Onenote and there's no messing about with filing. I also use the A4 planner version and the small notebook.
So tried to post a link but it did not work.. Anyway on Amz have a search for Homestec reusable notebook its the A4 version you should look at.
Whatever you do stay away from Elfinbook (their long term review don't seem good) and forget the RocketBook Wave (microwaveable)
Edited by: "kermitklein" 22nd May
kermitklein22/05/2020 09:27

So tried to post a link but it did not work.. Anyway on Amz have a search …So tried to post a link but it did not work.. Anyway on Amz have a search for Homestec reusable notebook its the A4 version you should look at.


If you want to wait for 2 weeks on Ali they have the same version for about 12 quid with free shipping but the Homestec and NewYes seems to be the same. The only good thing about Ali is that you can get squared (5mm), Lined or dotted.
I have tried looking for squared everywhere here but cannot find them plus at 12 quid, they are a steal! And it's the kit version
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