Rocketbook Fusion Executive Smart Reusable Notebook - Midnight Blue
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- Includes Rocketbook Fusion executive-size notebook, Pilot Frixion pen, and microfiber cloth
- Forty-two pages provide plenty of space to write and sketch
- Seven page styles include task list, weekly planner, monthly calendar, OKR goal template, idea list, dot-grid, and lined pages
- Write on the reusable pages with any Pilot Frixion pen, then wipe clean for endless use
- Save your handwritten notes to your favorite cloud services (subscription may be required)
- Dimensions: Width: 16cm (6.3"); height: 22.5cm (8.86"); depth: 1.3cm (0.51")
- Rocketbook Fusion Executive Size Notebook
- 1 Pilot Frixion Pen
- Microfiber Cloth
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Of the 20 reviewers who responded, 20 would recommend this product.
- Get one, get one now- August 21, 2020
I own an array of Rocketbooks and I love them all so much, including the Fusion. I use it to easily plan my week, keep track of my class work, plan dinners, and so much more. That said, I received one with a defect that makes it so the front cover does not lay flat. The bend in the cover makes it difficult to write on the paper because of the uneven surface. I do not have this problem with any of my other Rocketbooks so I do not think it is a huge problem for them as a whole, but it does effect it so much that I will buy another when I can (I am past the return date). Overall, it is 100% worth it and I will continue to buy Rocketbook products.
- Customization would make it perfect- June 6, 2020
Just got my Rocketbook, and I got rid of all my pads of paper I was using to scribble notes and then forgetting about. This is a fantastic productivity tool, so much easier to keep notes on hand and organized. I almost downgraded it one star because I think it would really benefit from having more customized page options. If you could pre-select which types of pages you want to fill it with, then this notebook would be truly amazing. As it is, there are pages that I will never use because they don't meet my need, and there are other formats I can imagine would be really helpful that don't exist (a meeting minutes template would be AWESOME).
- Excellent for Graduate Work- March 25, 2022
While working on my graduate degree, I noticed just how much paper I was using and trashing to taking notes. As someone who tries to be eco-conscious, the waste really bothered me. I was looking for a reusable option, and Rocketbook fusion was the answer. I really enjoy the ability to send my notes to multiple emails and locations, sort with the double hashtag titles, and transfer my handwritten notes to a text format. It is big enough for me to take all the notes I need to in one session and includes a variety of page layouts. I've really appreciated the features included and look forward to any future features that may be added.
- Delightful- November 28, 2020
I received this notebook as a gift last Christmas. I didn't even know what it was. But it is a go to tool for me now! I run a small educational business and I homeschool my kids. This thing gets used for lesson plans, scheduling and calendar, as well as minutes for meetings, to-do lists, and even layouts of facilities. I love that I can go through at the end of each cycle, scan and send to others, and erase and move on. Keeps from having to keep track of tons of actual notebooks and I really like the green aspect of it. My original pens ran out of ink (they work on regular paper too) and it was easy and affordable to replace them.
- Layout concerns- November 1, 2020
I have both, the Rocketbook Core Ex. size (dot grid), and the Rocketbook Fusion Letter size. I like both very much for what they are; an environmentally friendly way to hybridize note taking into the digital world. That said, potentially reorganizing the layout order of the Fusion could be popular. I know I bought the Fusion to have lined paper to take notes on, instead of using the dot grid in the Core. I unbound my Fusion and flipped the lined paper over so it faces the rear, they way I can find the lined section easily. Some way to navigate easier between the sections is my suggestion. Maybe put the lined paper before the dot grid? Again, great product!