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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
Leave the stains, smudging, and immobility of your dry erase whiteboard behind. Recycle that stack of half-used notebooks. Save your walls and desk and fridge from the barrage of post-its. Switch to Swipies.
📝 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 the USA
👩💻 Female-owned and operated
NOTE: We've switched from the black cloth to a light gray cloth. While it was nice to not see ink stains on the original black cloth, it also meant that you could not tell when it was fully saturated in ink. With the gray cloth, you can pick a clean spot to clean with, and know when to wash the cloth when it's full of ink.
Best thing since the whiteboard, only better. It’s so great having a little wet erase board on my desk as I’m working. Before I wipe off what I wrote, I shoot a pic with the camera app on my phone for future reference.
These are good for EVERYTHING: Meeting notes, brain dumps, lists upon lists upon lists, doodling, brainstorming, therapy notes, and all without using paper. Mother Earth would give 5 stars too, I'm sure.
Wow! These are amazing! I jot my notes, add more, add still more and everything makes sense. It is a like a daily journal but without the pressure and stress. Thank you!
These are beautiful and easy to use, performing just as advertised. One thing that surprised me is how frictionless the surface is compared to writing on paper with a pen—it's really pleasureable to write! I use them whenever I'd usually grab a scrap piece of paper to jot something down, and to plan my day each day.