|Item Weight||15.2 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||13 x 9.7 x 1.8 inches|
|Item model number||EVR-E-2-PK-3|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||EVR-E-2-PK-3|
Rocketbook Everlast Reusable Smart Notebook, Executive Size, Black (Pack of 2) with 5 Pilot FriXion Pens
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- 36 reusable pages wipe clean with a damp cloth when used with Pilot Frixion pens
- Allow 15 seconds for ink to dry in order for it to bond to our specialized pages
- Works with any pen, marker or highlighter from the Pilot Frixion line. Each notebook is bundled with an individual black Pilot Frixion pen, along with a 3-Pack of Black/Blue/Red Pilot Frixion pens, for a total of 5 pens.
- Blast your notes to Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote, Box, OneNote, Slack, iCloud and email
- No more wasting paper - this environmentally-friendly notebook can be used endlessly
- Executive Size: 6"x8.8" (15.24 x 22.35 centimeter); Letter Size: 8.5"x11" (21.59 x 27.94 centimeter)
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Executive Size: 6 in x 8.8 in / 36 pages
- Dot grid pattern on each page
- Pages are erasable with a moistened cloth
- Infinitely reusable
The Everlast notebook provides a classic pen and paper experience, yet is built for the digital age. Although it feels like a traditional notebook, the Everlast is endlessly reusable and connected to all of your favorite cloud services.
When you write using any pen from the Pilot Frixion line, your writing sticks to Everlast pages like regular paper. But add a drop of water… and the notebook erases like magic.
The Ever last Executive notebook provides a classic pen and paper experience, yet is built for the digital age. Although it feels like a traditional notebook, the Ever last is endlessly reusable and connected to all of your favorite cloud services.
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My advice though is to use Uni-ball RE (Erasable) pens because they dry quicker than the Pilot Frixions. They are both erasable with a damp cloth or microfiber towel.
I decided to give a smart notebook a try to reduce my paper usage and have more flexibility with the pages when complete. These notebooks exceeded my expectations times 3! I love being able to use Evernote and OneNote native to my phone. I almost cried when I realized Evernote could search my handwriting as well as the Livescribe software could. I can now go back to using my notation process to mark meeting notes and find items quickly (-?- for questions I need to get answers for, -!- for important info, -m- if I have to schedule a meeting, -s- for an Agile story I need to write.)
It didn't occur to me until I read other reviews to use Sharpies to set up templates in my book. Seriously, you guys are all brilliant.
I miss the paper feel of my regular notebooks, but writing on these pages is so smooth with the pilot pens that I got over it. In fact, I love the fine point pens on regular paper too!
I'm donating my most of my notebook supply and Non-Frixion pens to a shelter, for the kids to use in school. That's how committed I am to Rocketbook.
So far, we have been really impressed, both by the quality of the product, and by the interesting options that the Everlast provides. The notebooks themselves feel sturdy and well put together, giving the impression that they will indeed last long enough to replace many paper notebooks. The pages themselves take a little getting used to, certainly offering a different writing experience, but one that doesn't take long to adapt to. And, as advertised, once you are done with whatever was on a page, a quick dampened wipe down with the included microfiber cloth, provides you with a clean surface ready to be reused. As to the pens, I find it a great selling point that the Rocketbook creators were able to make this work with commonly available pens. I will admit that I am a Pilot brand fan, with their G2 line of pens being my daily pen of choice. This is the first time that I have used the Frixion line, but I find them to be fairly comparable to the G2 line when writing on standard paper. Also, a word here about the included pen, as I have seen a number of complaints that the .7 pens that came with the Everlast tended to smudge. Well, it appears Rocketbook listened to their customers, as the pens that came with our set were the .5 pens that people prefer, so kudos to a company that pays attention to their feedback and responds. Back to the subject of the availability of pens, we have also purchased some additional color pens in the local w-mart, which is nice to know that we can always get additional pens whenever we need them. I also like the fact that I can use the same pens for general day to day writing, if I want to. Although, if you are unfamiliar with the Frixion line, be aware that the ink reacts to temperature extremes, so take that into account when choosing what and where you use them.
So, the Everlast does what it says, it replaces disposable single use paper, with a "infinitely" reusable writing surface, and it does it without expensive proprietary pens or batteries, in a lightweight easy to manage package. That alone makes it a great product in my book, but the real power in this product is the companion app. So far the app has been easy to set up, simple to use, and stable in process. Just download, log in, and set up your preferred "destinations" for each of the symbols that appear at the bottom of the Everlast pages. From there, archiving, sharing, or sending your written pages is as simple as marking the appropriate destination at the bottom of the page and taking a quick photo of the page in the Rocketbook app. Depending on your preferences and how you have it set up, everything happens in a few seconds. The app has been configured to work with a number of different file services, and for email, so pretty much every user should be able to find solutions that they are happy with. The developers are also working on ongoing improvements and capabilities within the app, which is a good sign to me, that this product still has a bright future ahead of it. One of the most promising new features is Optical Character Recognition (OCR), which means you can scan in a page of hand written text, and the app will be able to search through what you have written, and even translate your writing into editable text. In practice, your writing must be legible, and the translate to text function is limited to an email attachment, and I feel, could use some refining, but it is still usable and a valuable option.
I thought I would also throw in a few extra tips and hacks here. The first, in reference to the pens, if you find you don't like the Frixion pen barrels, the ink cartridges themselves will fit in pretty much anything that will take a Pilot G2 cartridge, giving you any number of alternate options for your writing instrument. Have fun mixing and matching, just don't write in your Everlast with anything but the Frixion ink. Don't say I didn't warn you. As to the app and notebook, there are all sorts of interesting possibilities that you might find. For one thing, you are not limited to scanning just what you can write on the page, as I found it possible to lay a receipt flat on the page, mark my destination and get a picture of it. In a second, my receipt was in the app and sent to my destination folder for record keeping, and text searchable for the future. I know that this can be done with other apps, but it makes the app/notebook that much more capable and useful. Try it with post it notes, business cards, anything that fits and lays flat on the page should work. As a last tip, take note of the Rocketbook website. If you check it out, you will find a selection of downloadable pages that you can print out and use with the app. These are FREE, and offer some alternatives like grids and music staff pages. How cool is that? So, even if you are still on the fence about the Everlast, you can download the pages and the app and try it for yourself, risk free.
OK, TL;DR I give this product 5 stars. I think it's well designed and well made. The app has been easy to use and is being actively supported. I have been impressed and entertained by the creators (look up their Youtube videos for fun). I would definitely buy again, and I would like to explore their additional products.
Ease of use
Widely available pens
Extremely useful companion app
Takes some adjustment to writing
Smudging still a danger, and depending on your use situation, the product is technically waterproof, but your ink won't be, so keep that in mind
I think the OCR could use some refinement
Have seen some complaints about the notebook covers being easily scuffed but don't have enough experience with it to personally tell yet
Using a permanent marker/pen will allow you to draw a form or template, however, there is no way to duplicate the form or template except to draw it again.
Five stars will come when you can modify the scanned page in the target storage location.
The app takes clear images and is easy to use. This really is a great idea and I love that I can keep digital copies of my notes then erase and reuse the notebook. I wish I had ordered the 2 pack from the beginning as it is less expensive per notebook that way.