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es la segunda que recibo porque la primera venia con un desperfecto en la cremallera que se habia despegado y estoy pendiente de devolverla. He recibido la segunda y ahora viene sin el cuaderno. No entiendo la politica de calidad de Bellroy
Utilisateur de carnets Moleskine depuis longtemps, j’avais pris l’habitude lors de mes déplacements de caler carnet, iPad mini et stylo dans un conférencier format A4, beaucoup trop imposant pour mon usage. Je lorgnais sur ce modèle de chez Bellroy depuis quelques années, ayant eu un étui pour smartphone de chez eux j’étais convaincu par la qualité des produits, mais j’attendais de renouveler mon matériel pour craquer… ce qui est maintenant chose faite, avec un iPad mini 6 et un Pencil. J’ai enfin le set parfait pour mon usage, avec Moleskine, iPad mini, stylo et Pencil parfaitement rangés et accessibles. Les petits rangements intégrés dans le rabat supérieur me servent pour carte d’identité/permis, cartes de visite, l’essentiel en déplacement. Comme d’habitude chez Bellroy, la qualité est au rendez-vous, autant côté choix des matériaux qu’assemblage. Les coutures sont propres et régulières, tout est d’équerre, la fermeture éclair est parfaitement centrée. En bref, encore une pièce qui va m’accompagner de nombreuses années en se patinant avec amour 👍
This folio is expensive, and it looks, feels AND smells expensive. A total luxury item, but I thought I deserved it. It fits thin notebooks better than hard cover ones, and they’re hard to find. Moleskine large is too narrow (it would fit but it won’t take advantage of the space) so I found some from Muji or Lightroom that fit better. My iPhone 13 Pro does fit in the stretchy holder, but it’s really not ideal. I put some post it notes there, and a small ruler. When I’m going into a meeting, I just put the phone on top of the book, and then zip it shut. No problem. I love the caramel colour - it isn’t as rich and orange as in the picture, but it’s stunning nonetheless. I’m not a huge fan of metal zippers, but it’s smooth and works great. All in all, a great item to walk into a meeting with.
The product does cost a lot; however, it also oozes quality. I love the leather and zipper. The pockets are nice and slim and hold what I need them too.
My main issues are related storage capacity and design of the product. First, the little a5 notebook they provide with the folio does not fit under the right flap of the folio. Bellroy mentioned it will fit an iPad mini, but it also would have been nice if it fit the bellroy note book they provide with the product. However, you can always put the notebook on top of the right pocket.
The previous point brings me to my second contention about the right flap. I would have appreciated some sort of straps or holding system for the notebook in the folio. It would have been a nice touch, especially because the little notebook does not fit underneath the right flap. I feel like it jiggles around and whenever I open the folio, the little notebook is crooked because it is not held in place.
I know these are small comments. To many these things won’t matter, and it really is overall a great folio if you want to splurge.
I just wanted write this if your thinking of using hardcover notebook inside this folio. While the A5 (Smaller) folio does work with a hardcover notebook like a Moleskine, Letts, or similar, it will take up about 3x the space of the included soft cover notebook that Bellroy provides. This will do two things.
1. Limit sticking much on the right (where Bellroy displays an iPad mini being placed) and 2. Limit what you can comfortably stick under the flap. A cellphone with slim case will work. Earbuds leave a bulge on the cover. An iPhone XS Max or Galaxy Note, will fit vertically (not in the slots). Business cards or cards work fine in the smaller slots, a Pen fits fine.
All in all, it does work with a hardcover notebook, and provides a treasured book like feel (similar to how some bibles are in zippered cases to protect them), and gives you a consistent place to go for said book. It will have limits on what you can place without helping the zipper a little. But I like it. I carry papers and an iPhone 7, a hardcover notebook, a pen, and it works great, and gives me a consistent cover for my journal (as I switch my journal type on occasion), which is good for me, but isn't a kindle, notebook, pen, phone, headphones, battery pack carrying tool like I originally intended. But I'm kinda glad about that. Hope that helps. The feel is fantastic, the leather could take daily use for 5-10 years, and the organization is typical Bellroy. Well thought out and every stitch has a purpose.
I wanted a compact folio to keep 4 regular ink pens, a small credit card-size ruler, a standard a5 notebook, and maybe a kindle. Like many I have heard nothing but excellent things about Bellroy quality so it didn't take much convincing to splurge on this one. While delivering on quality with it supple leather, and that strong but buttery smooth zipper...it did not provide the versatility I expected (specially at this price)
Loading all these items would make the folio bulky and difficult to close. Gone was that dream of a zipper, now getting stuck multiple times a due to the bulk while putting lots of stress on the seams. Doubtful this would be one of those long lasting leather items if I kept it up. I was a bit disappointed at this, a solution would be to compromise with a "slim" notebook, maybe 1 pen instead of 4, or leave the kindle at home. I am ok compromising at $20, but not at $200.
While the folio would not be out of place in a art museum and I really wanted to love it, the minimalist approach hinders versatility to the point it fails as a tool. If you are carting nothing but a few business cards, 1 pen, a small notebook and want quality leather then this will work.
If you want to do all that for half the price, get yourself a Galen leather folio.
Some time ago I decided on a little system whereby I could carry my office with me in one bag. This work folio is a massive help.
Quality is first class. The caramel leather is a lovely colour, and does not mark easily. The zip is strong and moves easily. A few people have commented on how well the little folio looks.
Space is sufficient. I can fit a pen (sometimes two) two Moleskine Cahier (A5 size) notebooks, a kindle, my iPhone 6s, a spare power pack, another Moleskine Cahier pocket notebook, along with travel docs (I.e. passport and tickets) when necessary. The folio retains its shape well.
The price is steep, and I was fortunate as mine was a gift but I have no doubt that, for those willing to fork out £160 they get a quality item with the potential to be useful for years.