Moleskine: More than just notebooks.

Posted on August 1, 2011


Let’s be honest. Moleskine sells notebooks. End of story.

But wait,

we see them in major bookstores and even in HMVs. Some may wonder why. But for me, I wondered how? How such a brand selling just notebooks can still survive since they established in 1997. That’s over a decade, and they are still going strong. Their newly launched super small size diary can easily be slotted into your pockets wherever you go. They are even smaller than your iphones.

They are 65mm x 105mm in size and comes in different colors. Not only notesbooks, they released their very own roller pen, too.

Some might think what’s the big deal? To those who have problems carrying a Moleskine diary and a pen, Moleskine has just solved the problem for you.  The big deal is in the design. The pen comes with a clip that perfectly clips onto the Moleskine notebook covers and look perfectly sweet.

  The pen comes in six colors: black, blue, green, purple, red and brown. Small colored stickers are included in each package to personalize and identify the pens. Available in fine 0.5mm or medium 0.7mm tip. If anyone can tell me where I can get these in Bangkok, do let me know. Today, Moleskine is more than just notebooks. Explore through their website and find out why and how they are different from their competitors.

As they say it,

“Today, the name Moleskine encompasses a family of nomadic objects: notebooks, diaries, journals, bags, writing instruments and reading accessories, dedicated to our mobile identity. The quest for aesthetics and quality is our primary ethical commitment. We stubbornly pursue an utopian goal: we are convinced that a company’s ethics are first and foremost bound up with what it creates and how it does so. Beauty and quality are intrinsic values of what we make.” -quote from

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