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Tesla Amazing: Reusable Magnetic Notes that Stick to Anything

Tesla Amazing notes will stick to any dry surface such as stone, wood, paper, textiles and more!

Tesla Amazing aims to re-energise the world of stationery with their innovative Magnetic paper that sticks to ANYTHING.  All of their Magnetic products are based on stable static charge, which lets them stick to any dry surface, including wood, plastics, metal, glass, textile, paper and even the ceiling! Magnetic has no glue, so it’s completely movable and replaceable.

Magnetic can save you lots of money that you would otherwise spend on sticky notes. Not only can you stick Magnetic notes from either side, you can also write on the back with a marker, erase it, and write all over again! It’s like always having an erasable surface with you.

There are a variety of options available to suit any of your bussiness, personal and educational needs:

  • Magnetic Notes that come in 3 sizes in 9 different colors, including transparent and black for white markers. Prices range from $1.99 – $5.99 for 100 notes.
  • Magnetic Pads that are larger options for painting, classifieds, and many other office and home uses. Prices range from $6.99 – $34.99 for 50 notes.
  • Magnetic Boards that you can stick and write on with markers, erase, and write again. Prices range from $19.99 – $39.99.

As you can see from the video there are many practical uses for them and we can see infinite applications in the classroom such as structuring a story, a feature wall for questions, organising a project, labelling a skeleton and many, many more!

If that’s not enough, Tesla Amazing want children in the poorest African schools to enjoy the comfort and convenience of whiteboards that they don’t currently have. So for every $1,000 they raised from their Kickstarter campaign, they are going to equip one school with 10 Magnetic reusable boards, 3 maps, erasers, and markers. This campaign will last throughout 2015, and they will post reports on it all over social media with the hashtag #AfricanEducation.

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