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There’s some technology you know you could use, like a robot vac or wireless earbuds. But then there’s the tech you didn’t even know you needed—and can’t live without once you discover it.
The Rocketbook Panda Planner falls into the latter category. This five-section planner has all the perks of a “regular planner,” but unlike your plain old paper variety, it can upload it directly to your Google drive, computer, Dropbox, Slack and more. And today only, it’s just $25 at Amazon (was $37).
This planner has five different sections: A goals section, monthly section, weekly section, daily section and notes section. You just use a Pilot Frixion pen, marker or highlighter to write down your thoughts and then mark a little symbol at the bottom of the page so it knows where it’s headed. Then, scan the QR code to export your page. Afterward, simply wipe away your text and start over.
Worth noting: These make really cool gifts for coworkers or the organization lover on your list. And, of course, it’s green, thanks to all that paper you’re not writing on.
Choose between a letter-sized notebook (8.5 inch x 11 inch) or executive planner (6 inch x 8.8 inch), and a slew of colors, ranging from basic black to attention-grabbing orange. This deal includes the Rocketbook planner, one Pilot Frixion Pen and one microfiber cloth, so you really get a lot for $25.
The Rocketbook has nearly 8,000 perfect reviews at Amazon, with many straight-up gushing over the tech.
"Worth the money! I've been waiting for Rocketbook to come out with something like this!" a five-star fan said. "Literally has everything you need and definitely their best product to date."
"I LOVE this planner!" gushed a fellow happy customer. "My friend suggested this planner to me because it is reusable and I LOVE IT. I also have a Rocketbook for notes, and the Frixion pens work really well. The Panda Planner has three month calendars pages, four week pages, and a few daily pages. I plan quarterly, so the three months at a time works out well; there is a year page so you can create a year at a glance too. I have been able to upload right to my OneDrive and it had worked out great!"
Got a highly organized fan on your list? Your perfect holiday gift is here—and you can pick one up for yourself while you’re at it. Keep in mind, though, that this deal is only for today.
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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