A notebook with a more durable, professional looking, hard cover.
I have been using the everlast notebook for about 2 months now. I know it is everlasting but feel that when inside a backpack ( work back pack so not stuffed to the brim) it somewhat becomes misshapen to a degree. I've been thinking about using some stronger cardboard of sorts and creating a new cover just so I can have some stability.
The Arc brand at staples has great "executive" type covers which I know adds bulk but I just feel like I have to be extra careful when using this.
A hard cover is certainly necessary for me to be able to use your product. I have to stand while taking notes.
And can existing owners get a rebate since I feel like solves a few issues that have been raised hereille curving and warping book covers that a lot of us have raised and put up with for a long time!
Xavier DATIN Merged
I have been an early adopter and use on a daily basis the model Executive A5.
The cover is invariably badly bending quickly over time.
Can you correct this ?
Steven Chen Admin
"A more rigid cover" (suggested by Xavier DATIN on 2021-11-28), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
I use mine to take notes during church and I finally had to buy a bulkier than I wanted case for the Core Executive since my leg was just not cutting it. A firm cover would definitely be welcome.
can't wait for this. i want to be able to flip the cover over and be writing on a solid surface!
Fully agree! I bought a very basic folio for mine to add stability and keep secure when traveling between work/home and ended up having a whole set of different issues. It’s too bulky to write comfortably when the front is flipped around to the back and minimal storage inside makes it impossible to write on the lumpy surface. Stronger covers are a must! I’ve resorted to using my index cards more often because they are looseleaf and I can put them on a small clipboard. Then I can sort and re-sort them how I want them before I scan them to the pdf.
Lyn at BoomerDIY
Hey, all! My husband and I are offering a hard cover sheet for spiral-bound Rocketbooks over in our Etsy shop. We cut them from acrylic (clear) or polycarbonate (smoke). One sheet firms up your Rocketbook so that you can write in your lap, or standing up, and one cover sheet fits within the coil that comes with the Rocketbook. Check it out at https://www.etsy.com/shop/BoomerDIY?ref=profile_header
Well, it's 3:33am.. and I use rocketbook as a bedside note taker (for my.. 3am thoughts). After jotting down my midnight thoughts (that keep me up a night), I figured I'd contribute. While I don't require a "hardcover", a "hardback" - clipboard style, would be interesting - that and a pen that would write upside down.
As to Lyn, I'll be sure to check it out. I'm sure a simple clipboard would do the trick too.. I have a couple rocketbooks to experiment with, and a couple covers as well.. this just happened to be an instance, where I thought a slim, built-in (or not) option maybe of interest, or spark some other ideas.
I would love a hardcover due to working in mental health and not always having a desk available in crisis situations
I desperately need this. It needs to be a hard cover spiral notebook so that you can flip the pages behind the book and still have something hard to lean on
This would also help with my cover curling problem. This is the third one with covers completely curled up in opposing directions.
I think a coil bound hard cover that has a coil big enough for a frixion pen (this is only doable because you know which pens will be used!!) would be phenomenal... But I'll be ecstatic with a hard cover coil bound 😁
Hi, I LOVE the concept of the Rocketbook. The only thing that I can think of that would improve it greatly would to make this a hard cover (thick cardboard) type of notebook. They're just too floppy and it seems like you can hardly find even a regular notebook on the market today that isn't flimsy. If you want to set yourself apart form the competition, please make a rocketbook with a very hard back on it and/or offer a bifold folio for your existing rocketbook owners to purchase and enjoy. I know I would certainly buy one as it would make my rocketbook much more useful to me.