Our #1 seller, the Full Starter Kit has it all!
- (2) Letter Swipies (8.5 x 11")
- (2) A5 Swipies (5.8 x 8.3")
- (1) 10mL spray bottle
- (1) Gray microfiber cloth
- (1) Staedtler fine tip wet-erase pen
- (1) Vis-a-Vis medium tip wet-erase pen
📝 Flexible like paper, reusable like a whiteboard
💪 Thicker and more durable than cardstock
🎒 Travels well; your ink won't rub off in your bag!
😎 Anti-glare, silky smooth writing surface
💧 Swipies are made for wet-erase pens
✍️ List size is lined, A5 & Letter sizes have a dot grid
🍃 Reuse endlessly for 5+ years
🇺🇸 Made in Seattle
👩💻 Female-owned and operated
I used to waste so much paper a week doing online teaching with my students but with Swipies I have just been able to use, rinse, and reuse! They are essential for anyone who is either online in meetings or for students! Thanks so much for the great product!
I'm a web developer but I still have analog habits, like taking all my notes on paper. I was feeling so guilty about the amount of paper I use for notes that often get discarded (and I live in Hawaii, where recycling is basically non-existent) but Swipies have changed the game for me! It's like magic, watching ALL the ink disappear under running water. I love the Full Starter Kit because I have a good selection of paper sizes to work with, plus the two pens they include are great (I NEED a fine tip pen to take notes and a wet-erase one is hard to find). I will be recommending these to colleagues and other environmentally-minded people!
We are using our Swipies to track our school work, work problems without wasting paper and generally having fun. We added some fine point colored dry erase markers. The magnets are on the fridge!
These are fantastic! I’ve been looking for something like this and stumbled on these! They are perfect for work notes and planning. And now they are excellent for homeschooling too! Five stars!
These are ok. Writing on them is not like writing on paper and that takes a little getting used to. My desk isn’t near a sink so I use the spray bottle and a little water to clean them - they are messy and I need a few napkins to clean things up. I’ve pretty much stopped using these after a week because I felt like what I was saving in paper, I was wasting in paper napkins. So, eh...