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X47 Organizer System. Analogue is also smart

The X47 was designed by the former management consultant, Matthias Büttner. It’s a natural outgrowth of his appointment packed business practice. In the last several years it has matured into a well thought out system of options and combinations. There are places in the booklets for appointments, addresses, notes, etc. which can be secured with the aid of a rod in the spine in spring loaded tracks inside the leather cover.

The primary advantage is that a completely filled X 47 cover is quite a bit more slender than a ring binder, which has a "minimum thickness" determined by the construction (i.e. the binder mechanism plus the thickness of the cover). An additional advantage is that the insert can be written on almost to the middle of the page. And finally, the individual "sub-systems" (annual calendar, monthly and weekly plans, notebooks with different rulings) can be quickly re-shuffled for daily use: Is the annual calendar, the monthly calendar, or the more detailed weekly calendar needed (or all three)? Should the ruling be used today for sketches, or hand-written notes? Is a logbook or a teacher’s calendar needed? These are all parameters which can be quickly decided and implemented and in contrast to ring binder logic they can be easily established as functional units.

You’ll only be taking with you what you actually need for today. Or tomorrow, when the requirements might be completely different. We offer four versions of the X47 – one opulently and one basically equipped (and correspondingly economical) model in A5 and both models in A6.

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