|Brand Name||Office 4 All|
|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.4 x 5.1 x 1.6 inches|
|Item model number||13715006|
|Number of Items||1|
|Sheet Size||4.3x8.3 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||13715006|
Traveler's Notebook Brown Leather (1, 1 LB)
|You Save:||$16.66 (33%)|
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- Fine Brown hand made leather cover from Chiangmai, a northern city of Thailand
- Fine Midori paper inside is blank (refills are available)
- Enclosed in a fine fabric bag
- Wonderful gift for a traveler or writer
- Beautifully packaged and presented
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Update: I've now been using the traveller's notebook for 18 months. I have to say its become a treasured possession. Any wear and tear marks just add to its appeal. About to buy another one.
Another update: Its now close to three years since I started using my travelers notebook. It looks as good as the day I bought it. Very little in the way of wear or tear marks, despite being chucked in my bag, left in the car, having coffee spilled on it, etc. etc.
The brown leather evokes a vintage past. Even though it's meant to be used and scratched, i can't help but be a little protective! The cover is smooth and mine is a rich coffee color! The inside is so soft and has the fibers fray which I like; add to the charm of its handmade quality. The edge is black; i'm not sure what covers it, but it's to keep the cover clean. Yes, there is a faint scent to the leather---doesn't all leather!? Have you been to a leather shop? expect it. like going into a bakery and not expect to smell the sugar and cream--not going to happen.
I actually encounter the insert first, years ago when i was living in Taiwan and since then have even made my own booklets base on it. I LOVE the long slender size of it. It's not bulky. I also love the paper. it's very smooth (i find Japanese-made paper to always be better, so smooth and clean) and easy to write with. I bought an additional grid insert and wrote w/ .5 pen on both sides and it's fine. The paper is thin, BUT it shouldn't bleed through. I want to get the perforated sketch paper insert and weekly calendar w/memo insert for 2016 next. ^__^
I've always had a schedule diary planner but it's so complete once the year is over it's done. I love the idea that you can put in and take out whichever booklet (insert) you want, and mix and match line/grid/blank/calendar! It's non-committal to a complete bound (or spiral) notebook. I have 3 inserts in my cover, find that's plenty especially with accessories I plan on getting. I wish i ordered the pen clip but will soon.
One of my goal is to do more scrapping/travel logging/recording... just keeping it creative. I have a romanticize version of what I want my notebook to be and that really is the purpose of the Midori, to inspire. I've already personalized mine with little charms and bead I had. Looking forward to more accessories.
One important note regarding size: if you think this looks huge next to the smaller passport size, do not worry. It is not that big. The passprt size is too small in my opinion. I was scared this would be too big whem I ordered it but it was smaller than I expected when it arrived and ended up being absolutely perfect for a planner. It's a lot smaller than even the weekly/monthly ones you'll find in your local office store, yet still just big enough to not too feel small. I could not picture writing my events & other stuff into that passport size version after receiving this one. It would be FAR too small for my needs. Hope this helps.
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