Are you constantly brainstorming notes or writing tasks and then reordering them? Then you need the Mover Erase. It’s a washable, reusable silicone whiteboard with a patented magnetic design that lets you visualize your ideas for better productivity and efficiency. Discover all about it in today’s blog.
If you’re a fan of note-taking or lists, you’re going to love the Mover Erase. This workspace accessory visually presents your ideas, thoughts, and creations as an alternative to sticky notes or scraps of paper. Not only is this product a great addition to your work environment, but it’s also an eco-friendly alternative to using a pen and paper (the average person uses 700 pounds of paper every year). Let’s explore more of the features and benefits of this miniature whiteboard and why you need one.
Move ideas around in a second
The best part about Mover Erase is that you can move your thoughts and plans around in a second because there’s no fixed placement for each piece. So if you want to suddenly reorder a list of tasks or want to scrap some ideas for new ones, you can do so easily. Unlike a whiteboard, you can move each tile around to fit your thoughts. Plus, having a wipeable surface means that you can reuse the tiles after each project. In fact, the patented magnetic feature makes them easy to pop out and pick up for transferring or packing away.
Super strong and portable design
Boasting a patented magnet design, the Mover Erase sticks to a range of surfaces, including a magnetic board, laptop frame, fridge, and even your car! Or securely prop them up on your desk to see your ideas before your eyes. This creation allows you to be more productive and stick notes around your desk or brainstorm ideas effectively without having a permanent place for them. Additionally, this workspace accessory comes with a portable setup that you can take anywhere with you. This is ideal if you’re a remote worker and want to take your productivity in other spaces outside of your office.
Overall, Mover Erase is a genius combination of post-it notes and a whiteboard. What are your favorite brainstorming gadgets? Share your recommendations in the comments.