Still taking notes on the good’ol notebook? Well, then I guess you must have amassed a ton of them. Clearly, this adds to the things to store and being on notebooks, recalling notes written become increasing daunting as the number of notebook increases, and that’s not to mention, you are contributing to the decreasing number of trees. But this unassuming notebook, called Everlast, you see here is different. It is a notebook that never runs out of pages. Meaning, it will last forever, or put it grimly, it will last for as long as you live, or even longer. But how, you asked?

Everlast Reusable Notebook by Rocketbook

You see, the magic lies on the ‘paper’ itself. The ‘papers’ are not made from trees, instead, it is made from synthetic polymer composite that, when written on with commonly available Pilot Frixion ballpoint pen, it can be erased with ease using a moist towel while still remain non-erasable by, for example, rubbing your fingers or regular erasers. But before you erase the notes you have written or doodles you have done, you will need to scan them with a smartphone.

Everlast Reusable Notebook by Rocketbook

The accompanying free Rocketbook app digitizes the content handcrafted by you with a Pilot Frixion pen and uploads them automatically to your preferred cloud. Once on the digitized and on the cloud, the digging up past notes will be just a search away. It sure beats digging through a pile of old notebooks, doesn’t it? Interestingly, there are seven symbols at the bottom of each page which you can assign the individual icons to the destination of upload. Once configured, crossing out the icon will automatically upload the particular page’s content to the right place. Simply brilliant.

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Want one? Well, then hit up Kickstarter where you can secure one for just $34 and that’s probably the last time you are going to pay for a notebook, ever.

Everlast Reusable Notebook by Rocketbook

Images courtesy of Rocketbook.

Published by Mike

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