Exacompta Club Leatherette Refillable Journal - Black - 5" X 7" - 192 Sheets - Lined/Undated

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4.4 (5 reviews)
The beauty about the Exacompta line is that they are refillable with new journal inserts. The cover acts like a wallet to protect the journal, and you can purchase a refill any time you exhaust the pages of your old one. The simple refills are high quality and are easy to stack in your bookcase to chronicle your memories.

This bundle comes standard with the undated journal refill, but blank and graph refills are also available. The top quarter of the page has a box that allows you to list the date and main themes for the day. The remaining three fourths of the page are lined for free writing. It measures 5 x 7 inches.

Note: the journal does not contain the ribbon place holder pictured.

Journal features:
- Flexible and soft faux leather cover with saddle stitching
- Extra white and exceptionally smooth pages
- Ink-friendly – resists bleeding, smears and feathering
- pH neutral – paper will not yellow or deteriorate with age
- Opaque paper is not see-through so you can use both sides of the page
- Strong, 64 g paper is tear resistant
- Superior binding - pages won’t become loose or fall out with use
- Micro-perforated tear-off corners allows you to always find your place

Model NumberEXACOMPTA 1818-1
Weight11.3 ounces
Binding Thread
Cover Material Leatherette
Cover Type Softcover
Line Spacing 6 mm
Number of Lines 19
Number of Sheets 192
Paper Weight 64 gsm
Refillable Yes
Sheet Style Lined
Size - Depth 2 cm
Size - Length 17.7 cm
Size - Width 13 cm

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Customer Reviews

I am always on the lookout...
November 21, 2012
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I am always on the lookout for journals that are good for fountain pens... This one is not. It is made with Clairefontaine 64gr... but it bleeds through. Tried with are variety of fine and x-fine nibs and several brands of ink... half of it was bleed through the other half very dark see through.

Nice journal, but not for me... Leveger Stanley refill work great, and Rhodia webbies are fantastic.
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Amazing. I use this as...
April 14, 2015
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Amazing. I use this as a workout journal and it's perfect. Size, quality, durability, everything. Will keep ordering refills for this until I quit exercising or they quit making it.
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I love these journals....
March 20, 2014
I love these journals. For what it's worth, I always get the blank paper refills (no printing or lines on the page). I find the plain paper stands up better to fountain pen ink.
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I love this journal cover....
November 25, 2014
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I love this journal cover. Wish I would have bought one more.
Best journal I've tried...
January 25, 2012
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Best journal I've tried to date. I am in the quest for writing instruments, pens & papers, as part of a self-imposed long-term songwriting project - going "old school". I turned to JetPens to find, and experiment with, tools for handwriting. Writing with pen and paper helps to start and maintain the creative process in a way that computers cannot.

So far the Exacompta Journal is about as close to perfection as I could hope for. The size is a great compromise between too small and too large. The paper is a pleasure to write on and the refillable cover holds the refill securely (and looks beautiful). The lined refill has room at the top of each page for date and notes. The pages are permanently bound, they are not removable nor can extra pages be inserted. This is very important for my work, especially when it comes to proof of copyright.

I love writing with this system. I plan to order a bundle of refills to keep a consistent set of records of my handwritten songs. I also ordered another Exacompta Journal in a different color to jot down ideas (e.g. TItles, themes, storylines).

To quote from one of my songs; "There's nothing like pen on paper. There's nothing like the written word" ©2010 Howard Pavane
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