Why waste paper?
..when you can WRITE, WIPE & RE-USE wipebooks & wipecharts!
Mini Wipebook Pro
Write, & wipe all over again..
Nothing beats the feeling of a giant whiteboard to work something out.
Paper just isn't the same; it's convenient, but too permanent.
Wipebook combines the best of both worlds; a convenient paper notebook with pages that wipe clean like a whiteboard. When you need extra space, just wipe a few pages and re-use it over and over.
What is a Wipebook?
This newest edition to the Wipebook family includes tanned faux-leather front and back covers with a lay flat wire-o brass binding. The wipebook pro comes in two different sizes so you have tons of room for sketching, diagraming, note taking, and yes, even daily to-do lists. (BTW if you need more room than that you may as well carry around an actual whiteboard, just saying.) And thanks to the patented hypergloss film technology, there is limited smudging when using correctable markers, so you can keep your thoughts and ideas as long you want before wiping them away. You never know, this might be the last notebook you will ever buy!
Write itWork out problems, sketch out solutions, and brainstorm great ideas.
Save itUse your favorite digitization app to snap and save your notes.
Erase itErase what you don't need, and only keep what's valuable.
Re-use itWipe your book clean and re-use it over and over again.
Wipebook Flip Chart (+easel)________
Stop wasting flipcharts..
Every board room has them, the infamous paper flipchart. For those times when you need a giant surface to communicate or visualize an idea, you shouldn't have to chop down a rain forest to get an idea out.
Enter the Wipechart; a reusable whiteboard flip-chart. Each page can be detached and re-attached so that you can have near infinite surface area to write on.
A wipebook for every child..
Studies have shown that non-permanent surfaces increase creativity & engagement for students working out problems. It's natural for a child to want to erase and work out a solutions a few times before getting it right. You just can't take chances and make mistakes on a permanent medium. Every child in a classroom should have an eco-friendly learning tool like a wipebook!
Erase and fix any mistakes
You wouldn't use a computer that didn't allow you to edit, modify, delete or undo.
These functions are just too damn essential when creating things that matter. Why can't a paper notebook do the same?
Those days are over with the wipebook. Only keep what you want, and erase the rest. It's like Ctrl-Z for paper.