Planner Comparison: Malden vs Kensington

Here is a comparison of the Filofax Malden to the Filofax Kensington, both in Personal size. I filmed the comparison video (see below the table) years ago, and (along with some other old videos) have finally been able to edit it to share. Unfortunately I did not measure the Kensington and I am unable to find measurements of it, so that information is missing. Hopefully you are able to get an idea of the measurements when see the two planners side by side in the video. If anyone does have the measurements of the personal size Kensington, please let me know and I will update this post.

 MaldenKensington
Rings23mm25mm
LeatherSoft full grain buffalo leatherReal leather (pebbly)
DimensionsHeight: 192mm
Width: 150mm
Depth: 50mm
Height: n/a
Width: n/a
Depth: n/a
Left4 credit card pockets 1 zipped pocket
2 full length slip pocket (one deeper than the other)
8 credit card pockets
1 full length slip pocket
Right1 deep horizontal pocket (notepad pocket)
1 full length pocket
1 gusseted zip pocket
1 full length pocket Pen loop
Pen loops1 full leather pen loop1 full leather pen loop
FlexibilityNo cardboard backingNo cardboard backing
Back “wallet” pocketNoneNone
Credit card slotsVerticalHorizontal
OtherCurrently available (from date of post) in the colours Ochre, Iris, Pear, Stone, Kingfisher blue, Navy (in Japan).

Discontinued colours: Purple, Red, Black, Pink, Antique Rose.

Leather strap with branded metal popper cap
Discontinued model. Was available in the colours Black, Red, Brown, Burgundy, Green and Navy

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