Soft Feel Pocket Notebooks
Product Code: 185827
Product Colours Available
Black, Blue, White, Yellow, Orange, Red, Pink, Pale Blue, Purple, Pale Green, Silver
Minimum Order Quantity
£35.00 per colour per position
£55.00 per full colour/debossed/foil blocked design per position
5 working days from proof approval (express), 10 working days from approval (standard)
85 x 137mm (full colour)
50 x 60mm (deboss/foil)
About this Product
These printed Soft Feel Pocket Notebooks are made from high-quality PU and have a luxurious soft-to-touch tactile feel. Take your pick from 11 different colours, with your logo or artwork printed onto the front for maximum brand awareness.
Each of these smart promotional notebooks is supplied with a page marker ribbon and an elasticated colour-coordinated strap, with 96 creamy lined 70gsm pages. This notebook is pocket-sized and sits between A6 and A7 size, making it the perfect size for easy transportation in handbags and pockets as well as storage in desks.
Please note: these notebooks are available on five-working-day despatch from proof approval on orders of up to up to 1,000 units (when printed only) on the black, white, blue and red designs only. Order and useable artwork to be received no later than 11am on the first day, with artwork to be approved within the hour. Available in a range of bold and eye-catching colours, these printed notebooks make high-quality business gifts.
Prices include a personalisation in 1 position. Prices exclude VAT, origination and carriage.
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