Reduce Waste and Boost Productivity with This Reusable Notebook

A near constant onslaught of new tech gadgets has undeniably made it easier to record, communicate, and transfer ideas. The personal tech revolution has also helped give the environment a much-needed break, by reducing the number of trees that are being cut down and turned into paper.

But there’s still something about putting a pen to paper that even the most intuitive and innovative gadgets can’t replicate. It’s also been proven time and time again that physically writing things down on paper aids in comprehension and memory retention.

It’s with these diametrically opposed truths in mind that the Rocketbook Everlast Reusable Notebook + Pen Station was created. It lets you retain all the benefits of writing things down in a pad while enjoying the modern functionality and convenience of a smartphone or tablet, and right now it’s available for over 20% off at just $59.99.

Ideal for note-taking students but equally well-suited for anyone who loves the feeling of jotting things down, this notebook reduces waste and boosts productivity.

You can use any pen, and your text automatically sticks to the Everlast’s reusable pages. Then when you need more room, all you have to do is wipe the text with a moistened cloth and the text disappears—making this notebook infinitely reusable.

You’ll be able to immediately send your notes to popular cloud services including Google Drive, Dropbox, and Evernote, and you’ll even see your writing speed improve when you use the included Pilot FriXion pen.

Combine old-school writing and note-taking with modern functionality and communication with the Rocketbook Everlast Reusable Notebook + Pen Station for just $59.99—over 20% off its usual price. And when you enter the coupon code BOO15 at checkout you’ll receive an additional 15% off.

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