Monthly Archives: November 2010


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New Diaries from Whitelines®

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In Sweden new dia[drupalimg id=1936 title= desc= link=node align=right width=199 height=300]ries are now available in stores. Among them you can find a gold-coloured diary for your golden year 2011.  Or maybe you prefer a sweet black fake leather cover with a design from Sandqvist, a cool Swedish designer of accessories, sold together with our bright orange and blue wire diaries. Or a white with Grandert design, or red, or standard black, or … Anyway, we hope you will find your own favourite.

Happy 2011!



Top Bound Pocket Squared Notebook

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Unless I missed something I think you should definately offer a perfect bound or wire bound notebook that is bound at the top in the pocket size.  A flexible cover would also be nice.  This would be my ULTIMATE notebook.

Question about your A5 squared wire notebook

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I’m a big fan of your products, since I first came across them, I use
them constantly at my work and also as gifts to friends!

But recently I ordered a few A5 squared wire notebooks from Amazon, andwhen I got them I noticed that the sheets of paper were NOT perforated, soI could not detach them from the pad without all the torn little bits of paperaround the wire hanging on. In all past A5 wire notebooks of yours that I have owned the pages were perforated and I could easily tear out pages and distribute them or file them elsewhere in a much more clean and tidy manner.

Was that a “faulty” batch, or are you not perforating them any more. Or arethere 2 versions, and I didn’t notice?

I would appreciate you letting me know as I am about to order a few more, and I would definitely want the perforated ones, the other ones don’t really work that well for me as I usually want to tear some pages out and file them elsewhere.

Thank you and best regards,