Black Pocket Binder – excellently designed for use as a wallet

This was in the sale bin today – pocket sized black leather binder by a Finnish calendar company, Ajasto. It is extremely well designed for use as a wallet and is something more manly than the Filofaxes of today. The leather is a bit scuffed but I have an A5 folder by the same company in the same leather and a quick rub gets rid of all marks. It was £8

Really nice leather. Some scuff marks but they will rub right out

Really nice leather. Some scuff marks but they will rub right out

Still has the card around the rings

Still has the card around the rings

Extremely good pocket configuration - lots of credit card slots, gussetted pocket for coins, an ID slot.

Extremely good pocket configuration – lots of credit card slots, gussetted pocket for coins, an ID slot. Leather symbol on bottom right pocket.

Full length back wallet pocket

Full length back wallet pocket

Pretty plastic dividers in black and white with a transparent and pink ruler

Pretty plastic dividers in black and white with a transparent and pink ruler



Categories: Filofaxes and other ring organisers

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4 replies

  1. Nice find! Just one thing: as a Finnish woman I always thought Ajasto is a finnish company 🙂 They have nice products indeed 🙂

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  2. Another terrific find. It really ticks all the boxes for wallet use. The gussetted coin pocket is much better than a flat zip pocket. All the credit card slots and of course the full length back note pocket. The dividers are so cool. And for a great price: it doesn’t get better than that. 🙂

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