May 3, 2017

Rocketbook Wave Notebook

Rocket Wave

Rocketbook Wave is truly an unlimited notebook that you can reuse it over and over again. The Rocketbook Wave cloud notebook instantly connects and stores your notes, doodles, and lists in the cloud with the free smart notebook app.

When you jot down a note or drawing, you can send that to your email, EverNote or Dropbox. Simply take a picture of the page using the Rocketbook App (available for iOS and Android.)

Where do the pages go?

On the bottom of each page are seven unique icons. You simply fill in the icon and the Rocketbook service will send it your predefined settings. The destination locations are configured in the RocketBook App.

Wave Note Book Cloud Service2
Cloud Services Support: Box, Evernote, Google Drive, Email, Box, Apple Cloud, Slack and One Note.

If you confused about which icon is for what, on the back of the cover is a place where you can write in where each content will go when you scan a page. Handy Reference page. Highly recommend using this page! Because you will forget what you assigned each symbol for.

Erase and Reuse

When you use Pilot FriXion pens with the Wave notebook, you can erase your notes using your microwave oven and reuse your notebook. How cool is that!

The Pocketbook Wave notebook comes with 80 pages and one black Pilot FriXion pen. Once you fill up the pages, you simply stick the notebook in the microwave with some water in a coffee cup and in a few minutes all the content is gone. Ready to get used again.

One bit of Caveat

According to the instructions, in the fine print, you can only microwave the notebook five times. I suspect after that the microwave does break down the paper in the notebook.

Getting the Notebook

You can get the Notebook on Amazon.com or directly from Rocketbook's website. The Notebook cost $25 and makes a great gift. Just make sure to pick up an extra pack of Pilot FriXion pens. The pens are available in all sorts of colors.

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