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Rocketbook Wave & Everlast Smart Notebooks (2-Pack)

Rocketbook Wave & Everlast Smart Notebooks (2-Pack)

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Really wanted this but not in US :(((
'plop' drop
So 23 bucks at Walmart for one pen and one notebook, vs getting an extra (totally unnecessary) notebook with this drop....hmmm
Wow it seems so idiotic and antithetical to the whole point of this product to sell it inA TWO PACK! HAS NO ONE ELSE PICKED UP ON THIS? What you would need or have a use for 2 of is the pen, not the 'endless' notebook.
As someone who owns and uses the Everlast on the daily, I can safely say that these notebooks are very bang-for-your-buck. The app does have some difficulties scanning the pages, but the notebook itself is very lightweight and portable. As a heads-up, you can ONLY use the enclosed pen type that comes in the package, as any other ink will not come off. I myself bought a 12 pack of the pens on Amazon with the notebook. It also takes a little while longer to dry the ink than one would expect, so be careful if you are a quick writer like I am (or if you are a lefty). If you can get past those (relatively minor) downsides, than the Rocketbook Everlast is a fantastic purchase. I can't personally vouch for the Wave, but a coworker says his is very nice as well.
Do you get one of each with the drop, one Wave and one Everlast? or is it either one or the other, but getting two of that one model?
Does this ship to Canada ?
If anyone wants to try out the Rocketbook app and check out how scanning and saving stuff works, then you should check out the free pages they offer as printable PDFs with the grid pattern, QR code, scanning symbols, etc.
https://getrocketbook.com/blogs/news/5-sane-rational-and-practical-reasons-why-we-offer-free-rocketbook-pages
Hi people. Just had a question before joining the drop. For the everlast version, does it ever deteriorate? Like after maybe a year, it just doesn't wipe off anymore? Also is the surface for the everlast glossy or just like paper? And it still has all the picture taking capabilities as the other version correct? Thank you all :)
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Hey man thanks! After your review, I'll probably buy :)
MooshMooshMoosh
I‘ve had the everlast for about one year and have used it for taking notes in school. It hasnt stopped wiping off but it leaves indentations and if you press really hard that particular indentation would take more effort to wipe off. The paper is like a matte plastic but feels well enough like paper as you write as long as you let it dry a few seconds before to touch the ink or flip a page. Its comparable to like the paper that is used to print on textbooks just a lot thicker and sturdier. overall opinion: like the concept and worked well enough for me but definitely could use a little more tinkering here and there
So, the only benefit over a regular book + pen + scanner app on the phone is that the cloud destination is selected automatically. Am I right?
aswin
Not regular pen, but a frixion pen.
So I already have a frixion pen, a normal notepad and camscanner app. Sounds like I'm already all ready to go...
Note for folks, frixion ink turns invisible in heat. So what happens when you accidentally erased stuff??? Put it in the freezer and it'll come back... Wonder how it works in winter then...
aswin
If you get the Everlast model, you can wipe it off with a cloth and it is endlessly reusable.
Have owned and used both.
Get the everlast. Binding on wave will eventually break. I did not contact customer service because were provided for free from work. They may take care of it.
Great products. Not a fan of Frixon pens as I prefer ballpoint but that is purely me.
BBJones
Do they work just as well with ballpoint pens, or do you need to use the Frixon pen in order to be able to wipe away the ink and re-use?
Wish this was shipping to Australia. :(
A couple quick questions:
1) About the app--can it send the notes to a Network Attached Storage device directly? Or would this need to be filtered through email or some other cloud-service? I need to be able to send field notes directly to my database, and this could go a long way in helping with that.
2) In what sort of file type are the notes saved after being captured by the app? Its important for my purposes that I be able to easily edit and integrate field notes into other documents--again without having to convert the initial notes or buy other software to edit them.
P.S. I really hope some folks from the last drop can say how these books have worked out for them--especially the everlast, which I'm having a tough time finding a lot of information on.
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Montgom
For what I am aware of you cannot send to a NAS but they have things like Dropbox and other cloud services you can send to. Secondly it uses PDF as the main print document however you can change the file type to what ever you want.
Also the magic is in the paper for the scan feature. and they have downloadable templates for that so really if you want you can always DIY your note book with that template.
Any artists tried drawing with this thing? Do drawings upload?
Swayne
I've seen their videos, the app scans whatever you draw inside the outline of the page.
It's sad upon reading the comments that a lot of people are literally trying to find something wrong with what seems like a great product idea. If you don't like the idea please politely move to the next item without acting like a troll.
Just received my Rocket Wave. The size is perfect for what I use them for. I use it as a portable whiteboard for meetings. I capture the pages with Microsoft Lens for archives. Pretty good size. 80 pages with each page @ 8x9 inches. A lot of room to write
y u dont ship to eu :“(
Could we get the option to buy two different notebooks? Currently the order page only lets you select one model/size combination.
I just received one of the Everlast notebooks from a co worker as a thank you and I must say I love it. I ordered a nice big pack of pens from Amazon because I wanted more colors, but the concept and execution is really nice.
I'm the type of person who writes on every inch of a piece of paper before flipping the page. This notebook eases my OCD and allows me to separate my notes in a neater fashion.
Wiping the pages with a wet cloth is super quick and easy, and it is dry within 10 minutes or so. With 30+ pages it doesn't really matter how quick/slow the drying is. You can also erase the pen with the rubber tip if you need a quick edit.
The app is easy to use and functions well. I would definitely recommend the Everlast.
Such a rip off you can do this with any other paper just buy the pen and normal paper! The Ink gets invisible by heat. You can use the friction if the rubber thing on the top of the pen or other heat sources!!!!!!!! Dont buy this crap!!!!!!!
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The everlast wipes off with a cloth, can be reused endlessly and has multiple pages as opposed to the whiteboard.
plays.xenon
Washable pages and the erasable pen aside, part of what you are paying for is the scanning software which reads which icon you have put an X on and then sends the select content to a defined folder Dropbox or other cloud services. So it offers you very quick scanning and organizes your content. Which you won't get without buying smartphone software and manually moving the file to its desired destination.
You said: '' feel just like regular pen and paper, but are endlessly reusable '' ...
Please, be serious. At the specs it's stated that it can be reused only up to 5 times.
Grom
The Everlast model can be reused an unlimited number of times. The Wave can be reused 5 times. They are different items.
Only 1 Pen is included WTF...
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jedi5diah
How many pens do you need?
jedi5diah
It's a very specific pen that is the only one of it's kind that is confirmed to work with the notebook. You can purchase more of the pens at an office supply store, or on Amazon (like I did) if you prefer. You are paying for the notebook in this drop, not the pens used in it (besides, 1 pen will last you at least a few runs through the notebook).
Just a note - I'd have to test this after the microwave treatment, but the ink will come back in cold conditions. Pilot's explanation pages for the ink point this out for both getting the pen to work if left in a too-hot environment, and even as a fun extra use for the pens.
See the bottom of this page: http://www.pilot-frixion.eu/uk " The ink will reappear at temperatures under -10°C "
And the annotation here: http://pilotpen.us/brands/frixion/frixion-ball-clicker/ *Erasable pens are not recommended for use on legal or official documents. Do not expose to extreme temperatures (<14°F,>140°F). If pen is exposed to temperature that reaches 140°F, the ink will be colorless when writing. To restore color, cool to at least 14°F in freezer and the ink will again write in color.
I just got the Everlast as a secret Santa gift and it is a great notebook. It wipes away very easily (if you use included pen) without the need of a microwave.
Currently no Android app, still in development from the looks of the website. If it wasn't for that I probably would've joined.
Recharged
There is an Android app. I have an Android phone and have used the app with both versions of the Rocketbook.
Erasing with the push of a button. Not a button on the notebook, the button on your microwave. Because you have to put this in the microwave. Ever wished all your notes smelled like stale cheese?
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Maybe you should clean your microwave...
It's also kind of silly to comment on a product you don't own or have interest in.
wait wut what's the dark magic behind microwaving to erase
Ryoco
The pens mainly.
Ryoco
It's the Pilot FriXion ink. The large notebook is rated to be microwave safe 5 times so it's recommended you fill it before clearing it.
Or just buy a Wacom tablet for like 40 bucks more....and before someone says the stupid comment "well what if someone can't afford the extra 40", don't buy a stupid smart notebook if your bank account can't take an 80 dollar hit.
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Oh! Didn't get that he meant slate instead of sleight.
So this one:
https://www.amazon.com/Wacom-Smartpad-Digital-Notebook-CDS610S/dp/B01KKPC0WA
trevor266
There's an inherent difference between the two. For example, some professors do not like students using computers in their lectures, or that the tracking on the tablet may not be exemplary (I cannot say, I don't use digital tablets for writing). That being said, the Rocketbook Everlast feels like writing on a laminated piece of paper, and is basically a washable notebook. Therefore, it doesn't need a computer to connect to, can be used anywhere at any time, and has a theoretical infinite number of reuses. Give it a shot before you bash it :)
The reviews on Amazon say that this notebook only works with the Pilot FriXion Erasable Pen. A review of the pen itself says the ink vanishes when hot and reappears when cold (around 14°F).
Several reviews also say the notebook isn't very durable, and people have even had their notebooks catch fire in the microwave.
Pass.
barley
The Everlast version does not go in the microwave. You wipe it clean with a cloth and can reuse it an unlimited amount of times.
If the ink disappeares from heat then would it come back in the cold? I live in Canada so I can only use it for half the year it's not worth it for me.
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Corrosion isn't what causes water damaged electronics to immediately malfunction - corrosion takes quite a while in those conditions (simple water - no other strong acids or bases).
Water shorts the traces on a circuit board, leading to electricity going where it shouldn't, which in turn fries silicon chips and their associated instructions, if not resulting in all-out physical damage. For example, you can put a keyboard in your dishwasher to clean it, as long as it's dried thoroughly before you plug it back in. It's why ovens on low temperature, hair dryers, or packing the item in rice will generally remove the moisture and return electronics to a working state.
wibbles
My first hand experience with this sort of stuff is that corrosion plays a bigger role then one short circuit on a water damaged device. Yes it would be the short circuit to first brake the device but most common day electronics are robust enough to survive and just need a reboot.
I don't know what you mean about "simple water" but I'm going to guess you mean something like pure water, being there is no minerals or acids, and also because just H2O has a high resistance and is not a conducter it's safe to say that with "pure water" that you'll be more conserened with corrosion.
If I'm mistaken what you mean by simple water please try to give a better explanation, thanks.
Ps sorry for bad wording or spelling as I'm on mobile