But anyway, here comes the (short but picture filled) review for it:
It's very much like it's little brother I reviewed a while ago (found here), just of course, bigger. Here are the pictures:
|Unboxing A5 Aston|
It has this pebbly feel to the leather, and yet still smooth.
On the insides:
I love how it managed to lay flat right out of the box without even forcing it. It's floppy at its spine, but has a cover sturdy enough to write on. Not to mention the many pockets available: it has 6 card slots, one zippered pocket and two vertical pockets. It has perfect rings too:
But of course, the rings do make a mark on the leather, but I'm not too fussed about that. The inserts included were the diary of second half of 2013 and full year 2014, dividers, A-Z tabs, to-do, addresses, notes, and a card holder. What I love about the tabs is the fact that they're not labelled:
|Unlabelled dividers. Yay!|
On the back holds a half-elastic and half-leather pen holder and a notepad slot with no vertical pockets. A little downside, I guess...
But that's the A5 Aston!