Kokuyo Campus Adhesive-Bound Notebook - A4 - Dotted 7 mm Rule

Kokuyo Campus Adhesive-Bound Notebook - A4 - Dotted 7 mm Rule

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The silky-smooth paper in this notebook is subtly printed with a unique layout: a dot grid with horizontal lines running through the dots. With this paper, it is suddenly easier to write organized evenly-spaced notes and to neatly align all those triangles and cubes on your geometry homework. The paper was developed by observing the note-taking habits of students from Tokyo Daigaku (Tokyo University, or Todai), one of Japan's top universities. As a result, it caters to students' specific needs. Students, scientists, and anyone else who needs help corralling their notes into organized text and diagrams will find this notebook delightful.

Each page has 35 lines of 7 mm rule. Dimensions: 8.3 x 11.7 inches (21.0 x 29.7 cm).

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Great notebook, a little...
March 1, 2015
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Great notebook, a little expensive perhaps for the quality. I got this one as I wasn't sure which of the line spacings I would like more: 7 mm (this) or 6 mm. After trying both I prefer the 6 mm one (blue cover).
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Like other Kokuyo products,...
May 2, 2011
Like other Kokuyo products, the Campus Todai is a great notebook. The pre-dotted feature (something I had seen previously in a generic notebook I had picked up at an office supply superstore) is great for lining up one's kanji, mathematical figures, or essential anything else where spacing is important. Paper quality is nice as well, but I've tested it only with the Uni-Ball Signo 0.28mm.

My only complaint with the product is the binding, which is rather tight to the point that attempting to remove a sheet runs the risk of ripping it. Obviously, these notebooks are not meant to be used in the same was as "perf-edge" 300-sheet 5-subject notebooks. Keep that in mind before you order.

Also, the price is honestly steep. I picked mine up locally at a Japanese bookstore for about half what I'd expect to pay for a standard composition book.
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