Leuchtturm1917 B6+ Hardcover Ruled Notebook - Sage

Elevate your writing experience with the new compact Leuchtturm1917 B6+ ruled notebook.

The new sturdy hardcover binding not only protects the contents but also serves as a stable writing surface. Naturally, the new lilac B6+ notebook is also equipped with the classic Leuchtturm1917 features.

  • Size: 125 x 190 mm
  • Hardcover with 219 numbered pages
  • 2 page markers
  • Blank table of contents
  • Gusseted pocket
  • Elastic enclosure band
  • 8 perforated and detachable sheets
  • Sticker set for labelling and archiving
  • Thread-bound book opens flat
  • FSC-certified paper
  • Acid-free 80g/m² paper
  • Chamois-coloured paper to enhance readability


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Founded in the year 1917, LEUCHTTURM can now reflect on over 100 years of experience in manufacturing high-quality, German-designed stationery.

As a family-run business in its fourth generation, Axel and Max Stürken have been managing this Hanseatic company since the 90s. They are driven by the notion of creating well-crafted notebooks and planners that not only meet the customers' exacting standards but also provide a delightful user experience. During the development of their products, they meticulously attend to every detail, recognizing that it is the details that make all the difference.

Infused with a genuine passion for their products, LEUCHTTURM1917 has formulated a brand philosophy centred around the belief that writing by hand allows everyone to explore and nurture their character and ideas. This conviction gives rise to the guiding principle of LEUCHTTURM1917: Denken mit der Hand - Writing by hand is thinking on paper.

Dimensions and details

DesignB6+ Ruled Notebook
CoverHardcover: Acrylic paper. The firm cover with a sturdy spine not only protects every page, it is also the perfect base for jotting down things on the spur of the moment.
Size125 x 190 mm
Weight315 g
OriginDesigned in Germany
NotePencil not included - for scale purposes only.
Useful to knowHandwriting is orientated by clear lines. The standard distance between lines is 6 mm.