Doane Paper Grid + Lines Flap Jotter Notepad - Small - Pack of 3

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4.5 (2 reviews)
Made in the USA, the sturdy, rustic Doane Paper notebooks and notepads are perfect for jotting down your thoughts, ideas, and doodles. The pages inside are printed with the distinctive and versatile Grid + Lines pattern which features wide (legal) ruled line spacing and 0.125 x 0.125 inch grids. The wide ruled lines are a bold blue color, while the grid lines are a light blue.

The Flap Jotter Note Pad lies completely flat due to its rugged Wire-O binding, so you can fully enjoy the feel of the wonderfully thick 100% recycled 70 lb content paper. Its 20 pt chipboard craft cover has a beautiful texture and look. The notebook contains 40 sheets (80 pages) printed with soy-based inks.

This is a pack of 3 Small Flap Jotter Note Pads. Photos of an unwrapped note pad feature the Large Flap Jotter Note Pad.

Check out our whole collection of Doane Paper Grid + Lines note pads and notebooks!

Model NumberDOANE PAPER 007
Weight3.3 ounces
ManufacturerDoane Paper
Binding Twin Ring
Cover Material Chipboard
Features Recycled Paper
Number of Sheets 40
Paper Weight 70 lb
Perforated No
Sheet Style Graph, Lined
Size - Depth 0.4 cm
Size - Length 12 cm
Size - Width 7.3 cm

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Customer Reviews

Outstanding little notebooks....
February 2, 2015
Verified Purchase
Outstanding little notebooks. The covers are of sufficient thickness to be durable and the low number of pages allow the metal comb at the top to be surprisingly crush resistant. Will always keep these on hand.
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This jotter pad is perfect...
November 25, 2014
Verified Purchase
This jotter pad is perfect for porting around scribbling ones observations and reminders as thoughts surface. The paper is durable, easy to write upon, and the cover is strong enough to serve as a mock table in your hand (It doesn't buckle while being used).

My only dismay is the number of pages - I wish there were more. I understand there is a balance between utility and function but, the pages are so user-friendly that they are used up rather quickly.
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