BRAINSTORMING TIME... FORGET PAPER SCRAPS AND PAPER BALLS!
Do not contribute to paper over-consumption and put your ideas on Think Board, the clear film that turns your surfaces into an erasable board. No need to paint your walls with whiteboard paint (too expensive!). No, you won't spend hours thinking about the ideal place to set up your board to go through the struggle of moving it again a few hours later. Imagine a whiteboard, but you can roll and is transparent!
THINK BOARD, AN ACCESSORY PRACTICAL FOR EVERYONE AND EVERYWHERE
You'll love Think Board if:
■ Your tables are always victims of doodling and scribblings.
■ As a child, you were frustrated that you couldn't write (your crushes name) on the walls.
■ Your rent deposit is more important than your creative urges.
■ You have children and they like to draw litteraly everywhere.
■ Whiteboards never flattered your house. They look cheap, and they're not easy to install.
■ Your apartment is flooded with reminder list.
■ Your workplace is an office, a classroom, a bedroom, a restaurant ...
■ You're looking for an original gift for your colleagues, your boss or your friends.
The advantage of Think Board's transparency is that it makes one with the surface it's on. Once the film well smooth out, your walls and furniture will remain aesthetically pleasing. It's then your turn to play with your markers colours to suit your house's design.
A REMOVABLE CLEAR BOARD
Think Board can perfectly fit all your surfaces: wall, table, computer, fridge, door, window, and so on. You find it too big? Just cut it. Want to put it elsewhere? Well, take it off and put it on a new surface, no traces of residue!
■ Dimensions Small: 21 cm x 29 cm
■ Dimensions Medium: 77 cm x 77 cm
■ Dimensions Large : 138 cm x 77 cm
■ Kit includes: 1 black marker, 1 spray bottle, 1 microfibre cloth + Velcro dots
■ Made in USA
Think Board is the solution to the problem Hanson Grant, a 22-year-old student at Babson Business School, faced with the lack of a convenient surface to write his ideas. His small wallet and his small student room did not allow him to have a white board and he always lost his paper notes. With the help of some school friends and interns, Hanson created his company and his clear and adhesive film to transform any surface (wall, table, door, fridge ...) into an erasable board in 2014.
A Kickstarter campaign for Think Board was first launched, raising $ 10,100. Following this, the overall success was steady and after winning $ 20,000 from his school's B.E.T.A Challenge, Hanson got a place in the top 25 US student entrepreneurs of 2016.
At Think Board, the main goal is to revolutionize the way we work in an office, at home and in classes. In fact, this revolutionary transparent film is today used in several classrooms, bedrooms, houses and even on food trucks throughout the world!
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Delivered within 2 weeks.
■ 1 item: €20
■ 2 items: €31
■ 3 items: €50
■ 4 et 5 items: €68
TIME AGREED TO RETURN
Right of withdrawal: 14 days from receipt of the order.
If the product is in its original packaging, it has not been used and that it is not damaged or broken. All accessories (and documentation) must be intact and present. The return costs are at the customers expense.
FREE RETURN WITH PAYPAL
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For any return request, contact the startup at firstname.lastname@example.org, they will communicate the steps as well as the return address.
Think Boards adhere well to smooth, indoor surfaces.
You like clean sheets, Think Board likes clean walls. Use a warm damp cloth to wipe down the surface and let it dry completely.
No need to call 911, just get a friend. If you're putting up smaller Think Board products, then going solo is OK.
Peel your Think Board off the backing and hover it over the wall. (If you have a larger Think Board, have your friend hold 1 corner) Starting in the center, use your Magic Cloth (or plastic squeegee) to smooth your Think Board onto the wall. Go slow and you'll do just fine!
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