Watch Diary – even for Filofax!

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These pages fit a personal sized Filofax

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If you are intrigued by the Chronodex concept

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but you battle to get your head around how it works, or if you find it a great idea but too complicated, the diary below, designed by Wonjune Soong may be right up your alley.

Genius!

Genius!

It has a working watch in it

It has a working watch in it

Filofax refills for this system

Filofax refills for this system

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I have battled to find a place where you can actually buy it but here is one link with a Paypal option – not sure if it works though. I really want one of these! If I can’t figure out how to buy one, I wonder how hard it would be to attach a working watch face to the back cover of a filofax and then cut a hole in all the pages so that it looks like the above?

This photograph comes from this page - and look at all the other super cool things for sale there!

This photograph comes from this page – and look at all the other super cool things for sale there!

He also has a clock/whiteboard desk option which is brilliant if your work involves staying at your desk all day.

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Categories: Filofaxes and other ring organisers, Midori and other Traveler's Notebooks

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6 replies

  1. Janet you’re a genius to find these … I saw them ages ago but never traced it down to a purchasing site … so … I’ve ordered one! I’ll let you know how I get on … I never carry a watch (use my phone or the big clocks in classrooms) so this might be a real winner for me ….

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  2. I think you would want to place your clock on some heavy cardboard as the last page of this section so the rest of the filo could still be used normally. It could work.

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  3. Very interesting. Thanks for sharing. I definitely was intrigued by the Chronodex but it looked like Greek to me.

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