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i just have to say. this little mini reusable notebook has changed my life. i love that i can write so much without using or having to store so much paper! i also got the "pen station" (separate product) to keep my pen with this (as it's too small to fit a pen in the spiral).this has made it so i love keeping it in my lil purse/backpack to take it everywhere with me.you bet my friends and i have written poems together on this in a bar. of course i write daily agendas in it (6 items or less, that's really the best amount to be productive and not overstretch yourself!) using the bullet journal method. i bring it to all of my doctor's appointments. to dinner. to the club. it's durable & everyone asks about it.sooo get it
This is mu first time using reusable notebooks and this product did not disappoint. It is eco-friendly and I've been able to save on paper. It is small and conveniently fits in my diaper bag and have been using it to stay organized by making lists, charts, to do lists, etc. Eventually, I plan to organize everything into an electronic file. The only inconvenience for me is that it takes time for the ink to dry, otherwise it will smear. Erasing can be inconvenient as well, as it requires dampening the cloth (comes with the product) with water to clean the pages. Overall, this product is durable and worth the money.
For starters, if I were in a role playing game I'd be a Scribe-Wanna-be-Warrior. I kinda document stuff like a hoarder keeps anything they might run across. I don't remember details well past a few days, but my job relies on details. I've learned to thrive by writing/sketching down a lot of stuff that most people wouldn't even think to keep.The Everlast Mini is my newest attempt and I'm very happy with it! Initially, I was looking for what is apparently the older version – the one you throw into the microwave, but it sounded like the Everlast model is the newest approach Rocketbook is going with. Before this, I've used Notability, Livescribe, and of course pencil/pen & paper.I've been using the Mini for a month or so now. I chose this size because I wanted to have something super-portable. The size is perfect. I can still get a full-page sketch scribbled out or a decent amount of text before switching pages. Given the relatively short time, I wonder how durable these notebooks are. I don't think the pages will tear easy or the binding will break so that is good. There is some slight etching on the page that is left over, but that doesn't really limit future writing/drawing. I have a sense that the page will eventually take on a new "finish" because the etchings will cover almost the entire surface. You can only see them when you hold the page at a certain angle, so it doesn't affect the function at all. Anyhow, I gave a four star rating because I just don't know how durable the notebook will be.The pages erase quickly with water and a paper towel. I keep forgetting, but I want to pack a small water atomizer that I have left over from my Skinomi smartphone class protector kit. They send you one to wet the protector before installing over your iPhone. Anyhow that would perfect to be able to spray the page with water and then wipe it clean.After relying on digital-inputted notes for so long, it is great to go back to analog! There's something so much more personal about writing something out. It's also better in a consulting role to scribble out notes than separate yourself from the other person with a screen and keyboard. I've found this notebook encourages even more creativity because unlike pencil & paper, the only consumable is the ink, so I end up writing/sketching way more than I used to because I can just keep going and going. It reminds me of the transition from film to digital photography. I could take tons of pictures and not be worried about the developing and printing costs and I used to have my own darkroom. I'm interested in trying out the other pen types that Pilot makes for their Frixion line. Rocketbook makes it sound like any of these pens will work with their notebook. I want to try out some thin markers next. It would be great to have some kind of pencil-like experience too! Pilot, please invent the Frixion "pencil" - erasable with only water!There is an odd feel when writing though that you'll get used to. It does feel a little like you are writing on plastic at first, but I've gotten a hang of it. On a related note, the ink can be inconsistent at first because it doesn't always take to the surface of the page consistently. Once the pen gets going though, it's no problem. It's only the first character or two of your first word though, and not all the time. That might be more the pen than the notebook, but they are used together as a system. The ink also may take significantly longer than just 15 seconds to dry. I've noticed that some of my sketches take up to 90 seconds to dry before I can flip a page or close the notebook.The software doesn't pickup "edge bleeds" well. I wouldn't recommend writing/drawing to the black edge of the page. The software has a difficult time scanning these pages. The software doesn't always properly auto rotate the page. When it doesn't, it leaves the QR code and then it actually deletes part of your page. Caution, you can lose important information if you have it in the opposite corner. What is the QR code for if not to detect rotation? They all appear to be identical. Normally, it is deleted by the software so it's not an issue with your scans. One other minor thing is that sharing a scan via some other pre-programmed action takes a few extra buttons. It'd be nice if it were as easy to send to a different email ad hoc. Those minor things aside, I love the app. It is well designed and looks great. It didn't take any time at all to get up and running.Rocketbook may not like this because I have a cheap and super-effective way to keep your pen with your notepad...wait for it...Duct tape!I know their pen keeper doesn't get the best reviews – I haven't tried it. I found this way is perfect for me. Just cut a piece of duct tape that is the length of the circumference of the pen, then stick it to a longer piece of duct tape so that the sticky sides adhere to one another. Then tape it to the back edge of your notepad and you have a 3-min, half-cent, flexible, durable, and even colorful pen holder!By the way, I've started to use their Beacons as well and absolutely love them! I need another set because I lost them :-(
I was in the market for a tiny whiteboard or reusable notepad to write my daily to-do lists on without wasting paper. This was the perfect size and claimed to be fully erasable when used with Pilot's Frixion pens. It came with a pen and mini microfiber cloth as described.As you can see from my video, the pen does erase well, both with the pen's built-in eraser and with a wet microfiber cloth, though there is a bit of "ghosting" when you wipe it so you can still see a slight hint of the ink remaining - so no truly secret messages! I like that both sides can be written on, so I can get a lot of use out of it before I wipe it all clean.The only cons for me:-The "paper" is actually a plastic material, so the Frixion pens take 15-20 seconds to dry on them. I feel like I have to write carefully and then not touch it for a while to avoid the ink smearing.-It HAS to be used with the Frixion pens, which I don't love - they're very inky and honestly kind of ugly. Of course, if Pilot ever stopped making them, the notebook would be useless! So I feel like I should stock up. I've also accidentally grabbed a regular pen and used it on the notepad, which is NOT removable. Whoops.Since this is just for a to-do list, I didn't need the scanning feature, so I haven't used that and can't comment on it.
I bought the Rocketbook Fusion and loved it. I wanted a smaller notebook to use at work to jot down notes. I was using a regular paper notebook but it seemed wasteful as I take a lot of notes that just get thrown away once I chart on my patients. I found this notebook and with the great price thought I would try it. I use it all the time and love it. I don't upload the pages like I do my Fusion but the durability and ability to reuse it over and over are great. When I do want to save a note I just pop up the app and scan it. The size is perfect for note taking and fits right in my pocket. Would highly recommend to anyone wanting a quick note taking book and then the ability to save the note for later is great. I am getting my wife one as well. Great product.
Before this came out I desired this form factor and used the smaller rocketbook and cut it in half just to get a smaller notebook, Rocketbook style hehe. I use it for work now.I had been back and forth between owning an iPad and owning rocketbook mini/notebook. The mini is perfect if you want to slip into slimmer pockets in your book bag without rummaging through the rest of your things.I typically use this to take down notes from sermons, write down my quick ideas, and memos. Typically I write in my notebook and never look at it again but I have confidence with how the rocketbook app helps organize my pages just in case. This is much cheaper than using an iPad for note taking and more practical for me. Eventually I will migrate some ideas to other apps like Google docs, etc.For work (at the hospitals) I use a sharpie with my rocketbook mini (makeshift version hehe) and use my multi-color frixion pen to fill in patient data, assignments and then I wipe it clean by the end of the shift.I’m glad they made this mini version. I can scan my mini pages easily now. Thanks for making this!P.S.S. I recommend the 0.3 mm frixion pens for this version.
I have had my Rocketbook for a month now and I use it a couple times a week. I got the Mini for taking notes on the job and I carry it in my bag, or in my back pocket when I expect to need it. I have driven around with it in my back pocket on multiple occasions and it shows no signs of wearing out. Doing this with a traditional spiral-bound notebook usually resulted in a beaten up notebook after a few days.The notebook erases easily using either the pen eraser or the cloth, and I have had no issues with the paper getting etched. I have not experienced any issues with the app failing to scan the image either. In fact, I am amazed by how well the OCR handwriting to text function works. If you were to ask my second-grade teacher she would tell you I have abominable handwriting, but the app is able to turn my chicken scratch into text with about 95% accuracy. If I am writing down something important I will slow my scrawling a bit and then the app picks it up with 100% accuracy. Either way, you get the scanned image AND the text sent via email, so it's not like you will lose part of your notes.I have the app configured to send notes to my email, my google drive, and to coworkers who need information on the job. It was a piece of cake to set up and I was firing off futuristic memos in less than 5 minutes.
I saw a labmate (I'm a scientist) using a book he could easily wipe clean to record data in. Suddenly this book is ALL I am using for note taking, I'm in LOVE! The tiny one is perfect for having a way to have my handwritten notes DIRECTLY integrate with OneNote without having to copy it over or bring a laptop to all my meetings. The pages are plastic but still fun to write on, it feels pretty normal, if not even better than paper for smoothness of writing. The pen is fine and I haven't had any trouble with ink (obviously don't smear it right after you write, and obviously let the paper dry before trying to write on the same page again, I splayed the pages as shown in the pic after I washed it and within a few minutes its dry). There's enough pages in the mini that you can skip a page (like skip the backside, and flip that over) so you can avoid smearing ink onto other pages. It's so nice to stay organized without carrying electronics everywhere or killing trees!!!
People say "well you can take any notes on your iPhone" and they are correct - there are hundreds of such apps as well as Notes - but there is something nice about handwritten - complete with doodles - in different colors. I bought a little plastic envelope so I can keep it and several pens together, ready for action in my purse. I put the next day's chores on one page and several pages of odds and ends of things I want to remember, and because it is wipe-able, I can change it around as much as I want. Yes I dearly LOVE my iPhone and as an old computer geek I know every corner of it but I also love my dear, little rocket pad.
I love Rocketbook. I’ve gotten two of my friends to use Rocketbook since I’ve gotten my first one. You download the app and scan pages and upload it to any cloud based platform as a pdf. They have and are continuously improving their transcribing. All around amazing product and company. I’m trying to go as green and zero waste as I can and this helps immensely.
Because of a brain injury, I have to make notes constantly as my memory is horrible now. Before buying this Rocketbook, I was using multiple notebooks, envelopes and any other paper I could find, but then couldn't remember where I wrote things. This notebook is perfect. I can jot a note, make a list, etc. and immediately upload it to the cloud. I don't have to keep up with multiple notebooks anymore and this one is small enough to fit in a pocket or purse so I always have it with me. It makes my life so much easier. Everyone should have one!!
This notebook functions like 44 dry erase boards in your pocket. As a nursing student, I write down tons of details that I typically never need to see again after my shift. About once a week, I like to wipe this notebook clean so that it’s fresh for the next week. Anything worth keeping (for example, questions to ask or look up later, notes on a specific pathology or tips from other nurses and my teacher) I digitize and send to my favorite cloud folders. If I could use a tablet for all my clinical paperwork and charting, I would but this is the next best thing for me. Because the pages wipe clean, I don’t have to worry about shredding. I do try not to press hard to keep the pages lasting longer but haven’t noticed many issues so far. I definitely am getting my use out of it! I’ve also purchased my mom one for Christmas and one for a nursing friend as well. If you go through many pages each day, you might consider keeping a small spray bottle the size of a lipstick to spray the microfiber cloth and wipe clean as needed on the go.
I’m a waitress and I use this to replace traditional notebooks. It’s got 44 front and back pages, and I only need to clean it every couple shifts. It’s so much more efficient, and now I don’t have to worry about running out of paper at work anymore. Can’t recommend it enough. I’ve had several coworkers mention that they’re interested in getting one for themselves.
I was pleasantly surprised by the Rocketbook Everlast Mini. For one, I appreciated the fact that the Mini is the same size as the friction pen. Being able to carry both makes for an easy travel and keeps everything organized (since you need the friction pen for the device to work). Moreover, the size is convenient for storage. You can fit the Mini in a large hoodie pocket (or for the more professionally inclined, an outer suit jacket pocket). That said, may be a tight squeeze for jeans or a suit pant pocket.An additional note for potential buyers, you will need to download the mobile app to store and upload (to the cloud) any notes you take on the device. Overall, I've been happy with the purchase thus far.
Rocketbook does it again! I've been using the larger executive size Rocketbook for a while and love the technology behind it. This mini version is a new favorite! It so convenient and easy to have in my bag or car. I'm in the middle of buying and designing a house so I use this mini to bring with me everywhere and jot down design ideas, drawings, and lists and later upload them to my google drive or text them. I'm definitely also going to buy one for my husband who is a sticky-note hoarder- this will be so much cleaner and better organized for his desk at his home office. Such a great product, definitely recommend!!
I had bought this to keep next to my computer to replace sticky notes. Its eraseable and I can use their app to upload, sort, and save notes I need or want to keep. Sounded like a no brainer to me. However, when it got in my girlfriend and I started playing around with the notebooks (I also bought another in the executive size for work) and the app... well my girlfriend decided the mini was now hers. I really like my Rocketbook Everlast Executive, so I will probably buy another mini for myself soon. I definitely recommend.
I love notebooks, and I really like the thought of a reusable one. I bought the executive size as well.It erases well without ghosting so far. I am switching to the frixion maker for the mini to keep the surface in good shape longer as the tip is softer. The app works well for me as well. Have not tried the OCR yet.
Bought this as an adjunct to the Rocketbook Everlast Executive Size. Absolutely love this product. Tough and holds up in my pocket with daily use. Some scratches on the cover, but that's cosmetic. Works perfectly and lets me keep all my temporary todo and daily lists. This helps tremendously with my organization.
LOVING my Mini so far! I've been a proud user of the Everlast Executive for months now and I was so excited when I saw Rocketbook started making a travel version. I'm constantly on the go (who isn't...), so the smaller size goes right in my pocket or the front of my backpack. And I was also psyched that I can send notes from both Rocketbook's to the same cloud services with the same Rocketbook app account. Thanks Rocketbook! Please continue your infinite voyage!Rocketbook Everlast Mini Smart Reusable Notebook