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Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Banditapple Offering Expands at GouletPens.com

I'm still a bit frantic trying to get settled in our new space and get my studio up and in working order, thought I was able to squeeze out some new pics of the Banditapple Carnet notebooks in all 5 colors, in lined, blank, grid, and weekly planner format. We just got a big shipment of these new notebooks in yesterday.

I will be working on an overview of Banditapple as a whole here pretty soon, thanks for being so patient with me. We're only about two weeks settled in to our new location and there are still a lot of loose ends to be tied up, so expect that I'll be just a little behind on my blogging and reviews here for a week or two. Know that it's definitely on my mind every day, and I'm working hard to get back into my groove. In the meantime, I just wanted to share that these new notebooks are available at GouletPens.com. Write On! ~Brian Goulet

Banditapple Carnet notebooks, in (left to right) Gingerbread, Manuka Honey, Hanoi Red, Finland Pine, and Saigon Black.

Banditapple Carnet Tablet with 5x5mm grid ruling (with TWSBI 540)
Banditapple Carnet Peewee Weekly Planner format (with TWSBI 540)

Banditapple Carnet Peewee 6.5mm lined ruling (with TWSBI 540)
Banditapple Carnet Handy in blank (with TWSBI 540)

8 comments:

  1. I like to say that I am surprised to see how well the line of Banditapple notebooks look. I especially like the weekly planner. I have to admit quite sadly that when I have a traditional planner I usually get excited to write and then after a month I just stop using it or lose it until I need it again (which is weeks apart). I had more success just taking a blank notebook, a ruler and writing in the days of the week. I would have three days on each page and then just enter the date that month. If I didn't use it for a month I would just stop writing and then use it again the next month writing what I need and saving paper. Bandit's planner kinda shadows what I've done in the past and I like that. I'll try a blank notebook first and see if I like it. This notebook reminds me of the Moleskine Cahier's 

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  2. Yup, didn't read the captions!  It IS a TWSBI!  My favourite pen!

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  3. Indeed! I thought it would be a somewhat recognizable pen to give some perspective to the size of the notebooks.

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  4. I'm kind of with you! I'm not incredibly disciplined when it comes to using planners of any kind, digital or paper. I like the fact that if I have a particularly busy week I can use this, but then forget about it once things slow down. 

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  5. Tanzo Notebook Covers for Banditapple tablets...is this a product that you can stock or get as special order?
    Thank you

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  6. I've never heard of Tanzo before, it's not something we're currently set up to be able to acquire.

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