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Saddleback Leather Medium Notepad Holder in Carbon: Full Grain Leather with 100 Year Warranty


Price: $148.00 + $12.19 shipping
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Usually ships within 3 to 4 days.
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Carbon
  • Crafted from 100% Full-grain boot Leather but thicker
  • Fits European A4-sized paper & North American 8" x 11" and 9" x 12" drawing pads
  • Constructed with no breakable parts like snaps, zippers, etc.
  • Covered by our 100 Year Warranty
  • 12 3/4" Tall x 9 3/4" Wide x 3/4" Thick

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Product Information

Color: Carbon
Technical Details
Brand NameSaddleback Leather Co.
Item Weight2.5 pounds
Product Dimensions14 x 2 x 14 inches
ColorCarbon
Material TypeFull Grain Leather
SizeMedium
Sheet SizeA4, 8.5-x-11-inch
Manufacturer Part NumberNH-MD-CB
  
Additional Information
ASINB002YFTACS
Best Sellers Rank #23,743 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableNovember 24, 2009
  
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Product Description

Color: Carbon

Our notepad holder has four ingRedients: 100% full-grain boot leather, pigskin lining for extra strength, double-zero continuous-filament polyester thread, and rivets. There are no zippers that will jam and break. No mystery "leather" that will tear. This is just a strong, simple case that will only get better looking with time. The Medium has 4 pockets on the left that include: 1 calculator pocket, 1 business/Credit card pocket and 2 large paper divider flaps.

Customer Reviews

Very high quality, beautiful soft leather and absolutely perfectly made.
happycamper
For those wanting to spend what I consider too much money on a padfolio, Aspinal of London makes the most feature rich, high quality leather padfolio that I have seen.
ZWG
It's a beautiful accessory, and I'm sure it will last me my entire career.
Traveling Attorney

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Traveling Attorney on February 8, 2011
I got the notepad holder in chestnut and I love it. While it's not perfect, it's the best notepad holder I've found. I wanted a durable pad holder (I usually go through at least one a year) so I immediately thought of Saddleback as I have a wallet and briefcase from them as well.

When I saw this product I was a little skeptical about the size, but the quality and features won me over and I took a chance. Yes, it does seem strange to talk about features on a notepad holder, but it is warranted. The dividers, including slots for business cards and magazines, have come in very handy. Rather than having just one pocket to store papers in, there are two dividers. I'm an attorney and often need very quick access to a particular document in court, and separating them in the dividers helps me stay organized. The pen holder works great, it is big enough to slide a pen inside, but thin enough that you can clip a pen on as well.

The notepad holder is big, no getting around that. It fits perfectly in my large Saddleback briefcase, but a smaller bag might have trouble fitting it. The size isn't for no reason though; the pad can hold A4 size paper or 8 x 11, and can hold spiral bound notebooks as well as more common glued pads. It's too small for legal size paper, but that is used so rarely it's not too much of a downer.

The notepad is definitely built to last. The outer leather cover is backed in pigskin, double stitched, and riveted. Each of the dividers is backed in pigskin and double stitched. The notepad holder is backed in pigskin and double stitched. For those keeping score at home, that means everything other than the pen holder is pigskin lined and double stitched, and the cover is riveted as well. This thing is not going to fall apart.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By ZWG on May 18, 2012
I have relied upon a single padfolio for the last eleven years. My faux-leather, black and later green, Franklin Covey was reliable and spacious enough to hold a pad of paper, date book, and enough random bits of paper to constitute a small file cabinet. The cheap leather that faded to green after five years never really bothered me, but when the cardboard broke and the padfolio no longer supported off-desk writing I realized I had to replace it. Wanting something that would last a little longer than eleven years, I decided I would need real leather for durability and style. Surprisingly, there are no real leather 8.5x11 padfolios in the sub-100.00 range.

Eventually, I found the Saddleback Leather Company's Medium Notepad Holder and the many glowing reviews throughout the web. As a notepad holder, the item excels. The leather is rich and very solid feeling. The case more than accomodates an 8.5x11 top bound pad of paper. The calculator holder is just large enough for my Seagate Slim GoFlex, while the business card holder is large enough for the hard drive's cable, spare mechanical pencil lead, and spare erasers. These pockets are extremely snug at the moment, but I expect they will stretch a bit to more comftorably hold what I need.

The paper dividers are too snug upon delivery and thus far this is my biggest complaint. A manila folder with between 30 and 40 pieces of 8.5x11 copy paper would only fit in the rear and larger compartment with a great deal of coxing. A second folder with between 5 and 10 pieces of copy paper could at the same time fit in the front pocket. I suspect the storage capacity of these pockets will stretch with time, but for the price I would have liked larger compartments right off the bat.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By J.L. Pettimore IV on January 27, 2012
Typical Saddleback quality. Yes, it's quite expensive compared to most China-made pleather and cardboard notepad holders from the big box. But as Saddleback El Presidente Dave Munson says they'll fight over it after you're dead, it's truly that nice. Stitched and riveted construction (I don't know how you'd ever screw it up) and made with top quality thick leather, it's built like something from Texas in 1880. As a result, now more than ever I sit in my cube listening to the officious, supercilious overweight office jockeys engage in their inane phone conversations, maniacal laughs, and excessively loud pointless discussions about bread and circuses and wish I'd been born a century earlier.

Anyway, this pad holder is big and thick so if you're not used to carrying a full size tablet with accessories you'll be surprised at first at its bulk. After using it for a while it feels natural though. It'll hold an 8.5" x 11" pad either top or side hinge (a nice touch if you use the side bound sketch books and such) on the right side with a single horizontal pen loop. The pen loop is generously sized but will only hold one pen (G2s or a Space Pen are what I use in the loop, YMMV). I wish it was oversized to hold two pens as I usually carry two pens (as the triathletes with rifles say two is one and one is none) but that's a minor complaint. The left side has a nicely divided set of pockets (I have the older version with three full size paper pockets, it appears changed in the current version) for separating out paperwork and two smaller pockets, one perfectly sized for business cards. It's simple and effective, no zippers, Costanza walletesque pouches, or other crap to fail.
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