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Perfect for any purpose


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        Super-smooth leather. Once you hold it you won't want to let it go! It's flexible and supple, meaning that the whole folio can be flexed slightly (depending on the thickness of your pad) making it easier to hold or fit into a bag/satchel, etc.
        Foldback design. The ability of the cover to be wrapped around the back of the pad means that you can use the folio in the field in the same way as a clipboard. At a desk it means you only need to take up half the space a normal folio requires (handy at crowded meetings where space around the table is at a premium, or when you're in the bus or on the train and don't have a lot of space around you). The only concession is that whatever is stored in the pockets on the cover flap might be dislodged, or smeared into some food scrap left on the table!
        Magnetic flap closure. This works really well to keep the cover closed without any possibility of mechanical failure. Also, when the cover flap is folded back behind the pad, you can use the same magnetic flap to keep the cover in its new place! Clever.
        Storage pockets on cover flap. There are ample storage pockets for note paper from the pad, for 3x5 cards, business cards, envelopes, stamps, etc. I like the three main pockets that can be used to keep papers grouped (rather than all together as with most folio pockets). There is also a zipped pocket behind these for private items or other fairly flat non-paper items (however Letter or A4 paper will have to be folded in order to use this pocket). There is another "hidden" behind the pad too, accessible from the "spine" of the folio - great for hiding confidential notes you have just made (but the pen has to be removed from the pen holder to use this effectively).
        Pen holder. This does a fine job of holding most pens! You can't really fold back the cover flap when there is a pen in the holder (as this is at the "hinge" point) but if you're using the folio you'll need to get your pen out anyway.
        Paper size. Supplied and made for US Letter size paper, it also takes A4 paper and pads without any problems (except as noted with zipped pocket above).
        Things to watch out for: If you drop it upside down things might fall out of the pockets as there is no zip around the outside, but you can't have everything. In the field if you fold back the cover flap be aware that wind may try to remove things from the exposed pockets. When the cover flap is folded back and you're using the folio standing people may see part of what's stored in your flap pockets. In wet weather, make sure the spine is facing up to prevent rain drops spoiling your documents.
        Overall, a fanstastic product. I was so impressed with the one I use at home for letter-writing/correspondence, I bought another for work. :)

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        • 35 - 44
        • Gender:
        • Male
        • Occupation:
        • Architecture, Engineering, Science
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        • Everyday Work
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