Quartet Framed Dry Erase Magnetic Whiteboard
Last updated date: October 19, 2020
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Not too big or small, this magnetic whiteboard is great for home offices and home classrooms. It measures 17 by 23 inches and has a white frame. It can be hung it vertically or horizontally. It comes with a dry erase marker, mounting hardware and a magnet, and it can also be used as a bulletin board. In our analysis of 0 expert reviews, the Quartet Quartet Framed Dry Erase Magnetic Whiteboard placed 7th when we looked at the top 9 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
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From The Manufacturer
Smooth, dry-erase surface of this 17" x 23" board is magnetic. Use the included dry-erase marker to write notes and reminders or use the included magnet accessories to hang items and use as a magnetic bulletin board. Great for home use, the board is available with a white frame and matches most interiors. Wall mounting hardware is included that allows flexibility to hang board vertically or horizontally.
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An Overview On Magnetic Whiteboards
Magnetic whiteboards are a hot product these days, with so many families working and learning at home. They are great for teaching lessons, keeping track of work and reminding people about activities and to-do lists. You can also use them for brainstorming and client presentations.
When purchasing your whiteboard, you will need to decide if you need mounting hardware or not. If you want to hang your whiteboard on a wall, you will need some. Also, research the construction of the board. Some are made of painted steel, aluminum or laminate. Depending on your intended use, you may prefer a lighter material or something with a certain look.
Also, you will want to check the kinds of accessories a whiteboard is sold with. Some varieties come with only one marker, while others include several. This is not a problem, since you can always buy more, but make sure that there is at least one eraser to get you started.
DWYM Fun Fact
Back in the old days when chalkboards were the only option, those who used them faced several disadvantages. One of the worst was the infamous chalk “screech,” an awful sound that still makes people clutch their ears in an effort to shut it out. This sound is made when the chalk skips across a chalkboard.
How does this happen? When consistent, equal angle and pressure is applied to the chalk at certain points, it bounces smoothly across the board. When the pressure and angle does not vary at all, that’s when you hear that awful screech.
The Magnetic Whiteboard Buying Guide
- Measure the space where you want to place your magnetic whiteboard to make sure that you order the correct size.
- Painted steel and melamine dry-erase boards are easier to clean, but they are more likely to scratch.
- Glass, porcelain and laminate dry-erase boards are more scratch- and stain-resistant, but they could cost more.
- Do you have multiple children learning at home? You might wish to purchase two whiteboards to avoid conflict and keep lessons separated.