New Travel Tools Ltd Edition Collection from Traveler's Company!

October 24, 2019 1 min read

traveler's company ltd edition travel tools collection

We are very pleased to announce that Traveler's Company have just officially released a new limited edition collection based on the 2020 Travel Tools theme.
The collection includes a series of beautifully designed accessories to complement and customise Traveler's Notebooks perfectly. It will only be available for purchase from a limited list of Traveler's Company resellers (including Nomado Store).

The collection will be officially available for purchase from November 6th (we'll be sending out a newsletter, of course). 

All of the items are made in Japan using letterpress techniques, gold foil, solid brass, only the finest materials, in other words.

Pricing (VAT Incl.)
- Masking 10 Tape: 10,20 euros
- Ballpoint Pen : 36 euros
- Charm: 14,50 euros
- Passport size refill : 6 euros
- Regular refill : 8,90 euros
- Stickers: 5,90 euros
- Cards : 5,90 euros

Here's a preview of the collection (click on the images to see the product page).


Brass Ballpoint Pen

Masking Tape

Letterpress Notebook Refills

Brass Charm

Letterpress Cards

Letterpress Stickers

We'll only have a limited amount of these items in stock and will ship them worldwide.

Please contact us for details.

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