Wipebook Reusable Whiteboard Notebook

Dec 11, 2013

Category: Gear

Could the golden age of doodling still be ahead of us? Striking an impressive blow against the everything-has-to-be-digital movement is the Wipebook, a reusable whiteboard notebook that lets you write and erase over and over inside the same book. No paper to throw away; no big whiteboards to carry around; and finally, a long overdue funeral for the No. 2 pencil.

This is the 2.0 version and the creators say this new model is even better than the first, with no ghosting of previously erased lines and a smoother surface. A new UV gloss is used instead of laminate, which cuts down on the amount of plastic involved too. The whole thing was created last February during an entrepreneurship course at the University of Ottawa. Before they knew it, they had sold more than 150 units by word of mouth. See what avoiding those keggers gets you? [Kickstarter]

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