Faber Castell organiser on sale plus free office set

This is a rather nice special from Cult Pens. You get a Faber Castell Pocket Size Organiser in patent leather – orange, black or white – for £40 excluding VAT/£48 including VAT, reduced from £85 PLUS you get a free Faber Castell office set worth £11.75

I can recommend Cult Pens. I buy from them regularly and their service is both excellent and fast!

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  • Faber-Castell Pocket Organiser in finest Italian calfskin. A superior quality leather agenda in glossy white patent leather finish. A particular feature of this organiser is that it lies flat when open, as the spine is made from a separate stitched piece. A superior press stud with embossed logo graces the plain leather catch. The inside front flap has one large pocket and six credit card-sized pockets.
  • Included refill is an out of date calendar. Refillable with standard Filofax® Pocket refills.
  • The pen loop accepts full-size pens and is long enough so that the pocket clips of pens will attach to the loop without leaving the pen poking out of the bottom.
  • Overall size approx 110mm x 155mm.
  • Supplied gift boxed.


  • Grip 2001 Pencil HB
  • Grip-Matic 0.7mm automatic-feed mechanical pencil
  • Super-Polymer 0.7mm B pencil lead
  • Vinyl Eraser
  • Multimark Fine permanent marker suitable for writing on CD’s, wood, glass, metal and plastics.
  • Finepen 1511 Document Pen
  • Textliner yellow highlighter

Author: Janet Carr

Fashion, beauty and animal loving language consultant from South Africa living in Stockholm, Sweden.

10 thoughts

      1. Oh yes! I do love pocket organisers. I’m having fun setting up that new one I bought from Akiko the other day – it’s stunning. And the stationery set will go straight into my new work bag.

      2. Well, ‘new’ oldish bag! I’d been using one of the Italian O Bags, which are fab – waterproof, can be customised and they stand up straight. But you can’t quite fit a laptop in there. So I have a Kipling rucksack which I think is meant to be a school bag. It has different sections, which means I can keep stationery in the front pocket, paperwork for the different places I work for in the divided middle section, and notebooks and chargers in the back.

      3. I adore Kipling bags – pretty, hard-wearing and you can throw them in the washing machine! I have loads – nearly as many as binders!

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