donderdag 14 april 2011

Tutorial for your Midori Traveler's Notebook Binder

The concept behind a notebook is to write down all kinds of notes (albeit your brainstorms/dreams about that little cafe you want to open some day, or just some errands that need to be done,  a phonenumber you should call later or the adress of the meeting you will be attending). Such notes need to be remembered. The length of time of this particular need varies on the kind of note. Some notes may be forgotten swiftly, some may never.

Midori Traveler's Notebook Binder is designed for this need to remember what you wrote down earlier. And may I say, well executed as well.

This binder will keep up to five of the Midori Traveler's Notebook paper refills. It is like a win-win situation; having your notes stored in a efficient way plus the binder is just really pretty with its kraft carton shell.

When opening the Binder you will find 5 metal rods (hence storing up to 5 refills). With a little pulling, you can get these rods out one by one.

As with your Midori Traveler's Notebook , open your refill in the middle of the notebook and place the rod on it.

Then, place the refill plus rod like on the picture above and squeeze that rod back into place.

Easy does it.

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