The Orbit is a reusable, top-bound note taking tool that works with the Rocketbook App. The Flip, however, is an entirely different reusable, top-bound note taking tool that works with the Rocketbook App.
We know, it’s hard to keep up. Even for us…
We’re answering all of your questions about the differences of the Orbit and Flip with this blog’s breakdown. Let us massage your aches of confusion into a relaxed feeling of understanding. Let us calm your nerves of uncertainty by offering a warm drink of understanding. Let us ease — you get it. Orbit v. Flip, here’s we go:
The Rocketbook Flip is similar to a standard Rocketbook Core notebook. It’s spiral-bound, erasable, and works with the Rocketbook App. But…
The Rocketbook Orbit is erasable and works with the Rocketbook App, but looks and functions differently than your standard notebook or notepad…
(No, but they’re similar.)
The Flip and Orbit are both top-bound. Instead of a usual notebook that is bound at the side, their pages flip vertically, rather than horizontally. Their binding styles, however are different (spiral for the Flip, magnets for the Orbit). Yes, you read that right: magnets. F*cking magnets.
The Flip and Orbit bear all the accouterments of Rocketbook tools you’ve come to know and love: erasable pages, OCR scanning features, and the fuzzy feeling that comes from being efficient…both in your workflow and in your consumption of paper.
The Flip gives you what you need. The Orbit gives you want you need…plus what you want.
The Flip is simplified. The Orbit is streamlined.
Bonus Feature: The Orbit pages have a brand new Title Bar. Anything written here will be used as your file name once you scan your notes.