Leuchtturm1917 Hardcover Master Classic Notebook - A4+ (Lined)

£22.52 £26.50

A real classic. Leuchtturm's Master Classic Notebook features a solid hard cover with rounded corners, FSC-certified non-bleed-through acid-free paper making it a perfect match for ink users. What makes it really special is its size : a little bit larger than A4, Leuchtturm's Master Classic A4 allows you to keep printouts and loose sheets safely between its pages as well as the expandable back pocket.

Whether on your desk or on the go, the oversized Master (A4+) has a wealth of space for structuring your day.  It does pretty much everything and yet retains the overview to a maximum. A multitalent that is generous in size and has been around for a long time. After all, it was the very first notebook in the LEUCHTTURM1917 notebook range.

 

Good to Know : 

  • Dimension :  225 x 315 x 20mm
  • High-quality fountain pen friendly acid-free paper (80 g/sqm)
  • FSC-certified paper
  • Paper colour : cream
  • Lined
  • 235 numbered pages
  • Blank table of content
  • 8 perforated and detachable sheets
  • Ribbon page-marker
  • Thread binding (opens flat)
  • Elastic enclosure band
  • Gusseted pocket in the back
  • Includes stickers for labelling and archiving

Leuchtturm is a family business founded in 1917 in the north of Germany. Their focus has always been on quality, sustainability, and functionality making sure their design language is clear and accessible to everyone. Their motto? "When developing our products, we pay attention to every detail – because details make the difference."

A real classic. Leuchtturm's Master Classic Notebook features a solid hard cover with rounded corners, FSC-certified non-bleed-through acid-free paper making it a perfect match for ink users. What makes it really special is its size : a little bit larger than A4, Leuchtturm's Master Classic A4 allows you to keep printouts and loose sheets safely between its pages as well as the expandable back pocket.

Whether on your desk or on the go, the oversized Master (A4+) has a wealth of space for structuring your day.  It does pretty much everything and yet retains the overview to a maximum. A multitalent that is generous in size and has been around for a long time. After all, it was the very first notebook in the LEUCHTTURM1917 notebook range.

 

Good to Know : 

  • Dimension :  225 x 315 x 20mm
  • High-quality fountain pen friendly acid-free paper (80 g/sqm)
  • FSC-certified paper
  • Paper colour : cream
  • Lined
  • 235 numbered pages
  • Blank table of content
  • 8 perforated and detachable sheets
  • Ribbon page-marker
  • Thread binding (opens flat)
  • Elastic enclosure band
  • Gusseted pocket in the back
  • Includes stickers for labelling and archiving

Leuchtturm is a family business founded in 1917 in the north of Germany. Their focus has always been on quality, sustainability, and functionality making sure their design language is clear and accessible to everyone. Their motto? "When developing our products, we pay attention to every detail – because details make the difference."

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