Roterfaden (it means "red thread" in German") is a smart, utilitarian and very tactile organizer 100% made in Germany!
It's smart because Roterfaden organizer is equipped with three sets of hinged clips that can hold anything and everything that might come towards your way (think... notebooks, to-do list, catalogue, books in A6 sizes, a loose printed paper, a map, a phone number on a piece of paper). The clip can also work as a book mark to quickly mark the page you need! You can watch the clip mechanism on Roterfaden's short video. You can mix and match notebooks in A6 sizes from various brands.
Roterfaden is utilitarian because it comes with functional inner pockets that help you organize your life and essentials like business cards, credit cards, receipt, cash, a checkbook... (you name it!). Front inner panel has a horizontal pocket that can also hold Roterfaden Notepad. The vertical back pocket can accommodate Roterfaden list and other loose items that are up to A6 size.
Its tactility comes from carefully selected Roterfaden materials. Outside cover is a vegetable tanned leather from Germany that is durable as well as beautiful and inside pockets are made out of 100% doable wool felt. Black leather and light grey felt brings a sophisticated contrast to the Roterfaden's look and feel. The leather cover comes with a pen holder loop and elastic band in red in order to keep everything inside safe and secure.
We love the flexibility and versatility of the Roterfaden with a twist of German Bauhaus approach. If you love the way Traveler's Notebook functions... yet need something slightly larger to write/draw/capture/organize, it will be a great fit for your analogue system!
If you are interested in customizing your Roterfaden more (you can see various configuration of Roterfaden on their website), please feel free to send us an email! (email@example.com)
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Materials: leather / felt
Dimension: 4.5" x 6.25" x 0.5" (when closed with no refill inserts)
Designed and Made By: Roterfaden in Germany
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