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Field Notes 56 Week Planner

In Field Notes own product testing, they’ve come up with only one question that they really don’t have a good answer to: “What took us so long?”

It’s a durable planner that looks great, feels just right, and will hold up to years’ worth of your busy life without batteries, brand-sponsored Wi-Fi, or a monthly service charge loaded up with hidden fees.

£13.95

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The latest Field Notes 56 Week Planner was inspired by their Winter 2014 Ambition edition. It was a great, valuable tool for keeping track of a busy schedule and all that stuff that needs to get done.

Field Notes 56 Week Planner

The Field Notes team were using it, and though they don’t have metrics or fancy graphs or anything, efficiency around Field Notes HQ seemed through the roof (though it was also around the same time they got a new coffee maker to replace their busted one, so who knows?).

All of this got them thinking. What if maybe they took their Steno, one of the most useful products, in that it lays flat on the desk and is invaluable for jotting stuff down, and combined it with that planner?

And so was born the new product: the 56-Week Planner.  In Field Notes own product testing, they’ve come up with only one question that they really don’t have a good answer to: “What took us so long?”

It’s a durable planner that looks great, feels just right, and will hold up to years’ worth of your busy life without batteries, brand-sponsored Wi-Fi, or a monthly service charge loaded up with hidden fees.

 

Field Notes 56 Week planner specification;

01. Proudly printed by the good people of Schneider Graphics, Lake Zurich, Ill.
02. Cover printed on a General screen printing press, on 60 pt. “Super Duty Chipboard” with a thick, brute force, 1-color application of “Dachshund Nose” black Atlas ink.
03. Innards printed on a 19″ × 25″ Heidelberg MO offset printer, on Finch Paper Opaque Smooth 70#T “Bright White,” with a fine, 1-color application of “Canvas Duck” soy-based ISC America ink.
04. Bound with bombproof black metal “Double-O” Ring Wire, with appreciation to U.S. Patent #2142816 “Binding Construction and Method,” filed in 1935 by W. Walter Grumbacher.
05. Corners rounded to ½” (12.7mm) by a Challenge round-corner machine.
06. Planner dimensions are 4¾ × 7½ (121mm x 191mm).
07. Planner rules: .227″ (5.78mm). Pretty random, but it worked best that way.
08. Field Notes uses only the Futura typeface family (Paul Renner, 1927) in its materials.
09. All Field Notes memo books are printed and manufactured in the U.S.A.
10. UPC 858493003325

Additional information

Weight178 g
Dimensions280 × 195 × 20 mm
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