To celebrate the opening of their newest Times Square flagship location, Japanese retail store MUJI will give away 500 "Chronotebooks," their unique take on the classic (read: boring) paper planner.
The Chronotebook is Muji's update to the tired paper notebook planner. Where memopads and datebooks have cluttered lines and graphics, the Chronotebook only has a clock in the middle of the page: one for AM, one for PM. Users are free to organize their day around these clocks in way that's similar to a brainstorm. The Chronotebooks will sell in the new store for $4.95, but the first 500 people to step into the Times Square location will get one for $0.00.