Nothing is more frustrating than losing track of your most recent and biggest concept inside a notepad. When you move from your office to your vehicle, you can easily lose track of items for your next conference, and notebooks are no exception. This is where the Everlast Rocketbook Notebook comes in handy!

What is the Everlast Rocketbook Notebook?

A number of reusable notebooks are available, but the Everlast stands apart because it can translate into any cloud service. At the bottom of each Everlast page are seven symbols, and you can assign each symbol for a distinct cloud service (such as Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote, and so on).

To inspect the symbol, use any Pilot Frixion pen to take a picture, via the Rocketbook app. You can automatically wipe the page down to the cloud with a wet cloth for a blank sheet, using your notes, drawings, and contours.

Two notebooks and two Frixon pilot plumes are included with the contract for Rocket's Everlast Reusable Notebook. The size of the pad - letter (8.5" x 11'') or executive (6" x 8.8'') - is up to you.

An Everlast notebook generally costs $78, but is currently available for $59.99 (23% off), with a package offer.