Giving the Scroll a Second Chance

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The wooden Rollgut is the result of rethinking and redesigning the use of pen and paper in the digital age. Along with computers, which have replaced most applications of paper, the traditional medium still plays a role in the world. We can benefit of it's simple and haptic nature under several circumstances.

Rollgut optimizes work with pen and paper. The clever design allows quick access to your notes, pens and utensils. Rolled, it disappears in the bag and nothing gets lost. Also banknotes or business cards find place in the practical clipboard. Fully written pages simply fly into the garbage or be turned around to use the backside. The casket keeps your writing instruments at hand and the magnets will also hold small things like office clamps safely in place.

Rain Noe

I’m very impressed with the quality of materials, the craftsmanship, and the look and feel so if this suits your needs.

Brian Greene

Patrick Peeren von
Rollgut is an ingenious idea and completely turns the world of classic notebooks or portfolios upside down.

Patrick Peeren

Andrea Brücken
Three pens definitely fit and that's how the Sketchnoters travel kit is housed

Andrea Brücken

Yu Ando
It's the most functional and beautiful I've ever seen. And trust me I mean it.

Yu Ando

Rollgut on Crowdwatch
Connect the inner small theater with the external real world

大晴 Daqing

Sebastion Klammer von
The perfect notepad for explorers and creatives - because it is not a notepad at all and in the same moment much more.

Sebastian Klammer

Rollgut im Notizbuchblog
Very interesting and unusual idea - handmade an eye-catcher and certainly something for individualists.

Christian Mähler