Erasable Notebooks Review

Erasable notebooks are notebooks made of special paper which you can write on with a special pen which you can erase again and again. I really love the concept and how it’s more efficient and environmental friendly.
I had recently bought 6 of them: Rocketbook Everlast, Elfinbook, NewYes Notebook, InfiniteBook (also called EcoBook), WhyNote Book and Esquoia Notebook. With so many to compare I made a video review:

Here are a couple of photos from the experiments I did with every notebook: how much and how soon does it smudge when closing the book or wiping up with your hand and how well does it erase after a while when using two different erasing methods.

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5 Responses to “Erasable Notebooks Review”

  1. Jack says:

    Very detailed comparison and covers so many notebooks. The only video that i find it very helpful. Thank you very much! 😀

  2. Sidnei says:


    Do you usually erase the ink on Rocketbook/Elfinbook with the rubber that comes with Frixion? If you did, that is the reason for loss of grip. The rubber creates a smooth layer that prevents the contact of the ink with the paper. You should never, ever, extinguish the ink with the rubber, and always with a damp cloth.

    Thank you very much!

  3. Jaime says:

    Thank you so much for your review! It was super detailed and incredibly helpful!

  4. cg says:

    Excellent review. Extremely thorough and helpful. Thank you.

  5. Pam Kitchens says:

    So looks like all of them have good points and bad
    Which one is no. 1 in design,feel,and app

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