BookBook Travel Journal Holds Your Gear Inside A Leatherbound Volume


Carrying a man-purse for holding your smattering of gadgets and gear is fine and all, but sometimes, you just want to look like a stuffy academic with a large, thick volume tucked under your arm instead of a leather bag.  And while lifting a dusty book from an obscure section of the university library can do just that, you still need a way to carry your tablet, headphones, charger,battery pack, and whatever other contraptions you travel with day-in, day-out.  That’s a job for the BookBook Travel Journal.

While styled like a vintage book, it’s actually a hardback leather case designed to hold a collection of your everyday gear.  From tablets to small laptops to everything else you will need throughout the day, it should make a handy alternative to your roster of backpacks, messengers and clutch cases.

The BookBook Travel Journal comes with a padded compartment sized to hold a tablet or a smaller notebook, with a selection of pockets and adjustable bands for neatly organizing the rest of your stash.  We’re particularly enamored with the right hand compartment and its four adjustable bands, where you can cram a full-sized pair of fold-flat ear cups instead of making do with tiny headphones for your music listening pleasure.  The best part?  You can camouflage the whole thing in a bookshelf with other old, dusty books, minimizing the chances anyone will mess with your gear (let’s be honest, no one really pays attention to crusty volumes these days).

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Michelle heads up the web content and digital marketing at Mantality, and is a true fan of all the cool products she works with. Outside of work she is a competitive athlete and dedicates every other waking moment to diet and training – and consumes enough chicken and tuna to feed a small African country. You’ll also find her hitting the decks as Lady Sinister with DJ partner The Boogeyman. “Tomorrow never comes, so don’t wait for it to say what you want to say, do what you want to do, and live every waking moment to the fullest.” – Michelle G.

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