Bullet Journal Edition
New: The Bullet Journal® Drehgriffel
A distinctive writing instrument - inspired by the design of the 1920s.
Bullet journaling is a worldwide phenomenon with a continuously growing community of followers. Together with Ryder Carroll, the inventor of the Bullet Journal® method, we have developed the matching writing instrument - the Bullet Journal® Drehgriffel with gel refill.
Drehgriffel Nr. 1 the Bullet Journal Edition
The long, distinctive tip and the twist head are made of brass and give this writing instrument its special character. The black barrel is made of lacquered aluminium that has been sandblasted. This provides a slightly grainy, matt surface with a pleasant grip. The logo on the mid-section stands out discreetly against the glossy black lacquer background. The lightning bolt engraved in the twist head is the distinctive mark of the international Bullet Journal® community.
The Bullet Journal® Drehgriffel has a Japanese gel refill with 0.5 mm line thickness and black ink. It produces a fine ink line that is particularly suitable for Bullet Journaling.
Additional features, extras and new colour
Bullet Journal® – Edition 2.
New York designer Ryder Carroll is an inspiration to people around the world with his ground-breaking method of self-organisation and the original Bullet Journal®.
In cooperation with him and the BuJo community, we at LEUCHTTURM1917 have given Bullet Journaling an upgrade. Ideas were generated in an intensive exchange, which have once again expanded the potential for self-organisation. The result is the new Bullet Journal® – Edition 2, with additional features and extras for more individual structure and creativity.
New 120 g/m² paper only lets your thoughts and ideas shine through
With our specially developed 120 g/m² paper, each page offers a pure and pristine journaling experience. Due to its low transparency, previous entries do not shine through and the focus is entirely on the new page. The particularly smooth surface structure and high ink compatibility also make this paper the ideal basis for all writing instruments and creative options.
For beginners and advanced users: The Pocket Guide
Journaling fans will now also find the Pocket Guide in Bullet Journal® - Edition 2. This compact extra booklet with quick instructions is always at hand in the practical folding pocket of the back cover. For all those who want to discover Bullet Journaling for the first time, and an additional inspiration for advanced journal-keepers.
The Pocket Guide is included with our Bullet Journal Edition 2 in the english version only. Other language versions can be downloaded directly as PDFs here:
More creative freedom for appointments and plans: The Grid Guide
New features in the Bullet Journal® – Edition 2 create even more opportunities to customise and personalise self-organisation according to your own ideas. For example, with the Grid Guide: these instructions in the front of the book make it easier to create calendar overviews, diagrams or trackers.
Additional structure on every page: Page Dividers.
The new Page Dividers put smart markings on each page, which enable fast and precise division in fields or sections – both vertically and horizontally.
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Iconic creativity for all of the year’s events: the new Sticker Set
A set of stickers included in the Bullet Journal® – Edition 2 provides even more design flexibility. The Sticker Set offers overviews of months and weekdays along with icons that can be used for labelling.
Of course, the new Bullet Journal® – Edition 2 from LEUCHTTURM1917 still features all the trusted tools and extras from the previous version, such as Future Log, three bookmarks, an index or numbered pages.
How to personalise your Bullet Journal®
The first page of the original Bullet Journal® is used to display a legend (key). Ryder Carroll already created some icons for this, which users often modify - after all, the method he invented is an individually adaptable system.
An example of a to-do list: The normal bullet points (resulting from the dotted ruling) are used for listing individual tasks. If you want to make a to-do list for the current day, all items are listed one below the other.
To mark a task as completed, the dot is changed to a cross. If an item on the list is not completed and moved to the next day, this item becomes an arrow pointing to the right. There are many possibilities, as individual as the international community that has embraced the Bullet Journal® as its own and exchanges ideas on a global scale. Numerous other ideas and helpful videos on the subject can be found at www.bulletjournal.com.