Bambook is erasable, and therefor reusable. That's why Bambook is your last notebook! How to erase efficiently? Erase your pages with a damp cloth. Use the eraser on your marker for minor corrections.
The Bambook is a special marker. The ink will dry in a few seconds, so that your notes are not accidentally erased. Do not press too hard with the marker to keep your pages nice and shiny! Try to put the cap on the marker reguraly. This prevents the marker from drying out.
The Bambook App can be downloaded for free from the App Store or Google Play Store.
This depends on how intensively you use it. The lifespan of the Bambook marker is similar to the lifespan of a regular marker.
Has the ink (almost) run out? It can be refilled using our refill station.
Yes, for sure! Brent, one of the founders of Bambook, is left-handed himself. So we’ve thought about that as well! The Notepad is specifically suited for left-handed people, because the ring binder is situated at the top.
Tip from Brent: place your Bambook at a slight angle and you are good to go!
Small corrections such as punctuation errors, letters and smudges can easily be made with the eraser on the back of your Bambook marker. For large adjustments and cleaning a full page, we recommend using a slightly damp cloth.
You can find even more cleaning tips in our blog.
Within 8-10 seconds the ink will be fully dry. After the ink has completely dried, it won't smudge as you move your hand over it or when you close the notebook to get back to work.
The Bambook app can be synchronized with your favorite cloud service: OneDrive & Google Drive. This will give you access to your work wherever you are. Plus, you won’t lose your notes anymore. You can easily connect the folders in the app with the cloud service of your choice.
From the moment you start reusing your Bambook, you can make great strides in sustainability. This prevents the further (unnecessary) production/recycling of paper. Looking further, it is also important to take into account the fact that both making new paper and recycling it consume a lot of water and energy. Recycling is a great step in the right direction, but that does not alter the fact that these processes also have a significant impact on the environment. We would like to prevent this by reusing products instead of using single-use products.
The areas where Bambook is planting its trees are in Madagascar. These are areas where mangrove and regular forests have been cut down and destroyed. This results in infertile farmland and entirely wiped out flowering ecosystems.
Would you like to know more? Read more about Eden Projects here.
That depends on the order quantity. We plant one tree on Madagascar for every product sold.