Monday, 22 April 2013

The Noteboard

Via David Dorward, one of my regular followers (even if he doesn't comment much!)

The Noteboard (and I quote):

  • is durable, portable, and infinitely rewritable 
  • folds up map-style from 35" x 15" to 5" x 3" 
  • is made up of 35 5" x 3" rectangles in a 7 x 5 calendar grid 
  • has a blank side and a gridded side (Great for D&D and BattleTech) 
  • comes in an eraser-pouch with a dry-erase marker

Basically, £11.40 for a foldable, rewriteable map board. Looks really rather cool, and awfully tempting to have one for campaign maps, noting scores/casualties, etc etc.

Check out the website, and I'm sure David will chip in here with some comments when his arrives.


  1. It looks as if the thing will lie pretty flat, which would be my main concern... I look forward to user reports.

    (But I'm also VERY tempted by that $200 3D printer.)

  2. It's such a simple but effective idea. It's great, not just hobby-wise but also at the professional front. I wonder if there's a distrbutor in Spain. Thanks for sharing


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