The Znapfold & Little Book

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Good quality maps are seldom discarded, ensuring longevity and repeated use particularly if in one of our innovative Znapfold and Little Book Formats formats. The Znapfold has a front and back cover with rounded corners, the map snaps open when these two covers are pulled away from each other and closes just as easy. Available in a wide range of sizes, we list just few hereunder.

85 x 55mm cover with 240 x 345mm inner

105 x 65mm cover with 297 x 420mm (A3) inner

108 x 77mm cover with 296 x 558mm inner

140 x 90mm cover with 397 x 655mm inner

210 x 148mm (A5) cover 590 x 840mm inner

The Little Book is ideal for sectionalising presentation. The front and back covers are joined by a 5mm spine and is initially read by turning pages as in a book. Then by pulling the first ‘page’ down and away the complete map is shown, then by flipping the map up from the bottom more information is revealed so reads like a book, opens like a map, is small in size yet huge in content.

Little Book Produced in two sizes Pocket and Credit Card

  • Pocket size: 105 x 65mm opening up to A3 297 x 420mm
  • Credit Card size : 85 x 55mm opening up to 240 x 345mm

The video alongside shows the Little Book in action and shows how with a touch of imagination it can create a stunning, informative and innovative promotional tool or town guide.

For larger quantities both the Znapfold and Little Book with cover size of 105 x 65mm can be supplied in counter top boxes.


Other Print formats.

We have proven beyond doubt our ‘rarely discarded’ claim and cite two London campaigns as proof. Campaign One: Given away with London’s Evening Standard Newspaper  50,000 in Covent Garden in one day – Found discarded? None! Campaign Two: 100,000 in Victoria Station over two days – Found discarded? One! How did we verify these figures? In a promotion of this nature the distributor is responsible for their product causing litter, thus post campaign the distribution area is searched for discarded materials. For innovative counter top display See our Fabulous Counterpoint Little Book system.

Historical Data

Historical Data

In 1750 Henry Fielding introduced the first police force, the Bow Street Runners. They were known as the ‘Robin Redbreasts’ due to their red waistcoats.