How it works

Showing week loops pens and dry-wipe acrylic

Tacticalendar's perpetual horizon means you can see many weeks ahead, even near the end of the calendar month, unlike ordinary wall planners.

Six rotating loops of numbered wooden tiles represent the coming weeks, each covered by its own transparent acrylic panel.

When a week is past, it slides out at the top, and existing weeks slide up. The old week is refolded to show the correct dates and reinserted below as a new week, so you can always see the month ahead.

Write appointments on the sliding week panels with non-permanent marker or chinagraph pencil.

Tacticalendar is laser cut by our supplier James Parkinson from birch-faced plywood and acrylic. The housing and mechanism is hand-finished using a needle file, wood glue and duct tape.