How often have you tried tearing the pages of a journal, only to end up ruining the binding itself? For the clumsy among us, California-based innovator Charles Good-Man has designed an ingenious notebook, called Rekonect, that comes with removable and reattachable pages. Each of these sheets has a metallic edge, which is held together by the journal’s unique magnetic spine. According to the developers, the strength of the magnet is quite low, making it safe around most electronic devices.
Measuring around 5.5″ by 8.125″, the Rekonect Notebook comes enclosed within a hard cover made of top quality black faux leather and is fastened by means of an elastic band. Each piece contains 60 sheets (or 120 pages), of either line, graph, dotted or blank variety. Additional packs of paper are also available and usually contain a total of 120 sheets (or 240 pages). The spine in turn doubles as a pen holder.
What is more, the sheets are compatible with all kinds of printers. The product is currently undergoing a crowdfunding campaign at Kickstarter, and will likely be available for delivery by April 2016. Interested buyers can pre-order one Rekonect Notebook and half a stack of papers (60 sheets/ 120 pages) for $34.