TBC Traveller's Journal - Brown
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The TBC Traveller's Journal is made of supple, thick brown leather that will age beautifully with use. The single-fold leather cover features black elastic bands to hold notebooks on the inside, to keep the journal closed and as bookmarks.
The leather cover features a pen loop that's held together with a brass stud button. The journal comes with a PVC pouch that can hold ticket stubs, receipts, business or credit cards or any other small paper paraphernalia on one side and a zippered pocket for passports or important documents/money on the other side. Two TBC notebooks can be inserted into the journal that will be held together with an elastic band. The journal also features two attached bookmarks adorned with brass beads at the ends.
The journal also comes with an antique finish brass paper clip that can be used to keep any important documents on the top.
And finally, the journal comes wrapped in a cloth drawstring bag that you can use to keep the journal safe.
Get the journal personalised with your name or initials, which will be engraved on the leather tag in the centre elastic band.
**Free travel stickers with every purchase of the TBC Travellers Journal until stocks last.**
About the notebooks:
The notebooks have been specially crafted to fit into the TBC Travellers Journal. They are pocket sized notebooks (4" x 6") featuring 96 pages and come in 3 variations - Blank, Ruled & Dot Grid. The notebooks feature 100 GSM, eco-friendly paper.
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Really loved the travel book. Great job guys. I am a fan of ur products. Now pls make iPhone X covers.
The Traveller’s journal lives more than what you would usually expect. However, looking forward to more modifications and sizes that could be available. I mean who doesn’t love a lot of options.
TBC Traveller's Journal
TBC Traveller's Journal
For me, traveler's notebooks were synonymous with the Traveler's Company (previously known as Midori). After I went gaga over fountain pens and inks, the next obvious step was good paper in an organised, portable format. After a bit of searching, I came across The Black Canvas website, where I found, among a whole host of other leather products, these traveler's notebooks (TN's, for short). I am a bit hesitant to say how many of them I've bought since then; the number wouldn't really speak of my sanity very well, to say the absolute least!
The packaging is amazing, the product quality is top-notch and the whole transaction is handled with care. I do have some (very minor) gripes with the product, which won't affect my score of the product in any way. First, I wish the main, outer elastic band was a bit stretchier. Second, although the pen-loop is a welcome addition, it is a bit too narrow for my wider pens like the Lamy Safari/Al-Stars (the caps get stuck) and even the mid-section of the Pilot Metropolitans. It'll be perfect for Micron pens, Pentel/Pilot/Uni gel rollerballs and even fountain pens like the Lamy CP1, though.
But, those are purely personal gripes and very minor ones, that too. All in all, an excellent product that is made very well. Once again, I'm rather ashamed to say that I won't be able to control myself if TBC comes out with a TN in black or grey! Cheers!