iPhone Paperback Sticky Notes

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

It looks like that all that’s old is new again with products like the iPhone Paperback Sticky Notes causing quite a buzz among iPhone users.

Sure the iPhone has a built-in Notepad app, along with the countless offerings available on the app store, but we know that many of you out there prefer to hand write your lists. That’s exactly why the design team at I Love Handles created this product. These sticky notes let you jot down information, to-do lists, grocery lists, and really anything you can think up. Each sheet comes with an adhesive backing that easily sticks to the backside of your phone, while still leaving an opening for your phone’s camera. Available in a 80 sheet pack, these iPhone sticky notes will set you back about $8.

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