The Rocketbook Fusion is designed for every classroom, office, and personal mission. The Fusion is a reusable pen and paper notebook with seven different page templates that connect to your favourite cloud services. 42 futuristic pages are packed with calendars, to-do lists, and notetaking layouts. And of course, the Fusion is made with patented reusable Core technology. The synthetic paper allows you to write smoothly with a Pilot FriXion pen, then magically wipe clean with a damp cloth to reuse again and again! Use the Rocketbook App to blast your notes, plans, lists, and big ideas to the cloud for proper organization. Then, erase and reuse your Fusion for your next adventure!
Rocketbook Fusion Specs:
- 42 reusable pages with 7 different page styles for planning, listing, goal setting, note-taking, sketching, and sharing big ideas
- Includes task list, weekly planner, monthly calendar, OKR goal template, idea list, dot-grid, and lined pages
- Infinitely reusable
- Works with any Pilot FriXion pen, marker or highlighter (pen and wipe included)
The Fusion is an upgrade of sorts to the Rocketbook Everlast. It offers a variety of pages to suit the various uses people have for notebooks. These include a calendar and weekly planning. There is also room for productivity pages such as OKRs, and project management. But don’t worry, there are still some plain pages for you to work your magic on. There are also a couple of lined pages, which is great for me during work meetings.
Rocketbook Fusion Includes:
- 1 Task List Page
- 2 Weekly Planner Pages
- A Monthly Calendar Page
- 1 OKRs Page
- 1 Ideas Page
- 18 Dot-Grid Pages
- 18 Lined Pages
With Rocketbook, you can send your notes, ideas, and diagrams to a variety of cloud services. These are all set up in the app before scanning. You can bundle PDFs in a scanning session when scanning adjacent pages that have the same symbol marked. When scanning, the Rocketbook app uses machine vision to search for the page. There’s no need to push a button. I found to capture the best image, scan in a place with good lighting and position the camera about 1 foot away so that the page fits inside the screen. To minimize camera shake, just relax and breathe!
One negative with the Fusion was the cover was made of a plastic, which seemed quite susceptible to scratches. After a week in my bag, there were various scuffs and marks. The glossy paper takes a while to get used to, and the included pen takes a bit to dry. It’s a learning experience when you have been using scrap paper in the past.
This is also a right-handed person notebook. As a lefty, my wife found it extremely difficult to write in. Her hand smudged the pen on the paper when writing. We were amazed by how well the pen stayed on the notebook after it dried yet how easy it came off with the damp rag! I recommend to righties but sorry lefties.
Overall, I was impressed with the Rocketbook Fusion. Though it may seem pricey, this should be the only notebook you ever need. Finally, make sure to check out Jabba Reviews for more deals and reviews. Also, don’t forget to connect with the Jabba Reviews team on our Facebook or Twitter pages.