This chic, leather-look planner from Delfonics is a highly sought-after cult item, and understandably so. Resembling an envelope or a clutch, this diary perfectly balances functionality and aesthetics.
The soft cover has rounded corners with stitched edges and the Delfonics logo printed above a concealed buckle. Below the flap reads in gold stamp: 'journal pratique'.
Inside, there are two separate planners: a weekly diary notebook and a grid memo with black matte covers, as well as an additional pocket for any loose papers and a fabric pen loop to keep your pen secure and on-hand.
Running from October 2019 through to December 2020, this refillable, fountain pen friendly planner features the type-B, week-to-view page layout with an adjacent ruled page for general note taking and to-do lists, along with 15 double-page month planners, and ample grid pages for your notes at the rear. It also boasts rounded perforated pages, so you can keep track of where you're at. The glue-bound memo book contains 70 pages that are easy to tear off and are perfect for to-do lists, shopping lists or quick notes. Available in various colours.
For over twenty years, Delfonics have been leading the way among Japanese stationers. Like many aspects of Japanese culture, Delfonics products reflect attention to detail, high quality standards and design individuality.