On the outside, the looks like an ordinary notebook. A closer look, however, reveals that it’s held together by a magnetic spine. Interior designers, architects, writers, sketchers and other creative types can reorganize pages as they please.
Imagined as a solution to challenges posed by creativity, it’s described by the Southern California-based Rekonect team as “the first magnetic journal with removable and reattachable pages.”
The Rekonect Notebook is available for and scheduled to debut in the spring. It measures approximately 8 by 5.5 inches, has a faux leather cover and comes with 60 sheets (120 pages) of lined, blank, graph or dotted paper.
Any pen with a metal clip can be attached to the magnetic spine. The Rekonect pages can even be run through a printer. How would you use this innovative notebook?