No matter how good your "smart phone" claims to be, it's so refreshing to put pen to paper nowadays and use the written word, even if it is just appointments or birthdays. I love my Filofax and normally get over 5 years of wear and tear out of it so not bad, all things considered, plus it never runs out of batteries or stops working if you drop it! lol Heat added accordingly!! P.S Don't just vote a deal down because you personally have no use for an item! C 8)
can't see the USB ports on the pic ? :| I had to google 'filofax'
What abou this as an alternative? http://www.debenhams.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/prod_10001_10001_083010582473_-1?breadcrumb=Home%7ESale%7EGifts+%26amp%3B+toys%7EStationery
I think you hit the nail on the head yourself when you agreed with the overpriced nature of this, I don't doubt people still retain great functionality from a Filofax, for me it's the price even with an alleged 50% off.
Posted 23rd Dec 2010Posted 23rd Dec 2010
Filofax Gourmet Gift Box (planner + Gourmety Society membership) £38 delivered£38
Domino planner in Personal size plus pen and 12-month Gourmet Society (2-for-1 and half off restaurant discounts) in gift box. Too late for Christmas, but seems like a great deal i… Read more
Ah, Filofax - back to the 80's ....... an analogue PDA! Next we can have the "walkie-talkie" analogue mobile phone (only works on Thursdays and when the wind is in the right direction), big shoulders and Jason Donovan. Who said nostalgia was a positive thing?!!8) ....God these new smileys are rubbish!!