On the outside, the Rekonect Notebook 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 preorder on Kickstarter 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?