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Leuchtturm1917 Notebooks 20% OFF Special Offer

Writing in a Leuchtturm notebook is a real treat. Leuchtturm1917 have designed their  notebooks very carefully – with great attention to detail. One of the best features is that the pages are numbered. There is an empty table of contents at the front of the notebook, so you can organise your notes. At the back of every notebook there are several perforated pages in case you want to share a note with someone or take a shopping list with you. All the notebooks come with a set of self-adhesive labels to  help you archive them. For a limited period we giving away a free pencil with each notebook purchased and discounting each notebook by 20%. Hurry to take advantage of this exceptional offer! Click Here to buy now.

 

 

THESE ARE THE DIFFERENT FORMATS

Master (A4+)  -  225 x 315 mm

Slightly bigger than A4, so that A4 sheets can be conveniently stored away.

Medium (A5)  -  145 x 210 mm

Equally suitable for your writing desk or on your travels.  A double page is just the right size for A4 photocopies.

 Paperback (B6+)  -  125 x 190 mm

A handy and compact format. Inspired by the size of a paperback book.

 Pocket (A6)  -  90 x 150 mm

The size to carry around. Fits into the inside pocket of a jacket.

 X-Mini  -  58 x 110 mm (only available in store)

Credit card-sized address book and birthday calendar for your wallet.

 

 

RULINGS

Ruled
Lines with a usual spacing of 6 mm. The Master (A4+) size features a generous spacing of 8,5 mm and an extra margin with space for comments.

Squared
Squares with precise 5 x 5 mm boxes for calculations, tables and drawings. The notebooks in Master size also come with a margin.

Dotted
Dots with 5 mm spacing providing guidelines for writing, creating tables and drawings. 

Plain
Clear, white pages. No margin, no date. Simply features the page number in the bottom corner. Every plain notebook (except for Pocket sizes) also includes a lined and squared guide sheet.

 
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