Traveler's Notebook: How to Set Multiple Refills

by Michael Bakker

Traveler's Notebook: How to Set Multiple Refills

What makes the Traveler's notebook such a popular choice is that it allows you to build your own notebook by adding different refills and accessories. You can grow your notebook over time with a selection of over 20 different refills containing different paper types, layouts and even storage options.
Follow these steps to set 2 or 3 notebook refills in your new Traveler's notebook. To hold these refills inside your leather cover you will need the 021 Connecting Bands for the regular size or 011 Connecting Bands for the passport size.

 

How to set two refills:

Open your new Traveler's notebook which will contain one blank refill already inserted. It is held in by the centre elastic band.

Place your second refill alongside the first as shown above.

Open each refill to the centre and use a connecting band to join the two notebooks together as shown above. Tip: Give the rubber connecting band a little stretch to make it easier to slide over.

You have now successfully setup your Traveler's notebook to hold two notebooks.

How to set three refills:

 

Choose two of the refills you would like in your Traveler's notebook. These will end up as your first and third refills. Open both to the centre as above.

Use a connecting band to join two notebooks together as shown above. Tip: Give the rubber connecting band a little stretch to make it easier to slide over.

 

Place the two refills you have joined together on your leather cover and make a space as above.

Pull the Traveler's notebooks elastic band through the space between the two refills.

Open your third refill to the centre and slide it through your Traveler's notebooks elastic band.

You have now successfully setup your Traveler's notebook to hold three refills.

The Traveler's notebook can hold even more refills, take time use your notebook and adjust it to suit your needs. They are very customisable.

Michael Bakker
Michael Bakker


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