What makes Slickynotes so interesting and unusual is that they are like an eco-sticky note set and a great alternative to Post-It Notes because they doesn’t use any adhesives to stick to surfaces. Instead, the notes make use of electromagnetic charges to stick themselves to smooth, dry surfaces.
As if these aren’t cool enough, the Slickynotes are double sided, with one brightly colored side and a dry erase surface on the reverse, which is perfect for brainstorming sessions.
Nelson Pizarro, the CEO of EcoStatic came up with the concept for Slickynotes after seeing a similar product in action about five years ago in Germany. Now Slickynotes are available on its site in different coloured packs of 100 for about $8.
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