Add a touch of style to your week with this gorgeous refillable diary from the Delfonics 'Quitterie' range!
A fashionable yet practical organiser, the B6 Quitterie Diary will take you seamlessly from work to play. Made from subtly crosshatched waterproof PVC, the diary is slim, soft covered, features minimalist metallic embossing on the front cover and has two card holders and a pen loop inside, so you'll never lose these items inside your bag again! This size fits nicely in a handbag or satchel, and would be ideal for keeping track of key dates while travelling.
It is layout type BX - running from January to December 2017, it features a calendar planner per month, followed by a week-to-page layout with adjacent ruled page for general note-taking and to-do lists, and ample grid pages for sketching and scribbling at the rear. With a ribbon bookmark, you'll never lose your place! While the Quitterie range is simple and clean, this diary has a couple of extra touches: metallic gold gilt-edged pages, and reinforced indexed tabs for each month.
For over twenty years, Delfonics have been leading the way among Japanese stationers.
SIZE: B6 (13.3 x19cm)
COVER TYPE: Soft cover, refillable
STYLE: Weekly layout on left, ruled pages on right (Type BX)
DATE RANGE: January - December 2017
FEATURES: 12 double page monthly planners, extra squared notes pages, ribbon bookmark, world map, Japanese train network map, Paris metro map. World Map. Fountain pen friendly.
MATERIALS: Paper, PVC.
SOURCE: Designed and made in Japan.
- Well Designed Diary Review by Lewis
- This diary's insert is very well designed and beautifully printed - the pages are thin without experiencing bleeding with ink, and the edges of the insert are gilded, which is a nice touch. The cover is a soft pleather, which means that the diary is quite flexible so more suited for writing on stable surfaces than on the go, like with any soft cover notebook. It's thin, ridiculously light and comes with its own pen loop and card holders. Well worth the money. (Posted on 12/02/2017)