Grove Makes Your Moleskine Pop

Grove Makes Your Moleskine Pop

I’ll be flat-out honest about this: I like the idea of Moleskine notebooks, but I’ve never used one. Having a tried and true methodology for capturing information that becomes part of a personal tradition and eventually results in a shelf full of old notebooks representing one’s history over a number of years is so old school and so cool at the same time. (Well, that’s my old-fashioned opinion, anyway.)

But the darn things are boring looking. I mean, plain black. No pizzazz. No pop.

Grove, an iPhone and iPad accessory maker based in Portland, Oregon, has a solution for that. Their new Grove Notebook is a refillable leather cover made for Moleskine large and pocket-sized notebooks. Available in black or tan, the covers can be engraved to give them a more personalized look. You can provide your own image for customized engraving or select from a series of artists designs already available on their website.

The Grove Notebook is available at Prices start at $39 for the small size and $59 for the large in plain (no engraving), $59 and $79 for the artist series, and $79 and $99 for custom engraving.

Grove’s iPhone and iPad cases look pretty interesting also, so check them out.

About the Author

Jeff Frantz

Jeff’s interest in computers and technology began by watching too many Star Trek reruns after school. His first computer was a Timex-Sinclair, for which he had the 16K – yes, 16K – add-on pack. His current interest in gadgets was spurred on by the original Palm Pilot; from there it was a slippery slope to Pocket PCs, Archos media players, Sony Cliés, and various Apple products.