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Earth shattering price,...
, November 26, 2010
Earth shattering price, but undeniably the best paper on the market. I’ve
tried juicy broad fountain pen nibs and bold gel roller pens, and neither
managed to penetrate from one side of the paper to the reverse. Zero feathering.
I would prefer if the covers were a bit more durable, like the Maruman Mnemosyne
covers. However, this paper is unbelievable. Note to JetPens: Please restock the
| OMG I LOVE these - I...
, April 4, 2010
OMG I LOVE these - I am a notebook using fiend and these have me completely
hooked - I'll never buy an American notebook again! The paper is amazing, the
slightly smaller than letter size is perfect for fitting in my purse to carry
everywhere and the line space is so nice and small - and I like it that way.
Please - STOCK MORE!!!!
| Excellent, running low...
, March 18, 2011
Excellent, running low - please restock.......
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You think to yourself...
This review is from Kokuyo Campus High Grade CYO-BO Paper Notebook - B5 (6.9" X 9.8") - 34 Lines X 80 Sheets - Blue Cover
, October 12, 2009
You think to yourself "Self? Would you pay $19 for a notebook?" Not if it was
one you could get a Staples. American notebooks are basically cheap nasty paper
only good for ball point pens - you can't use fountain pens in them. But wait!
If you buy a pack of five you pay a little over $10 each. Still steep? NO!!
I journal every morning (well I try to) and I love to write with my lovely Lamy
foutain pens filled with Noodler's inks. I've been writing in a Mead top spiral
bound for years because they USED to be great notebooks. They are about $5 each
and I have a pile of them. I'm also doing a lot of writing and I just generally
use notebooks for lists, ranting and ideas.
I use a lot of notebooks.
I opened this notebook and ran my hand over the page. SILK!! I rubbed a page
between my fingers and it's so thick and sturdy I almost cried. The line spacing
was so small - I write very small and this is PERFECT! (I always buy college
rule and it's still not small enough - this is perfect! Oops - said that
already) I got my juiciest fountain pen that bleeds right through the Mead paper
and tired it out. You could only see it from the other side if you held it up to
I also use a lot of sketchbooks and prefer to work in 7x9 sizes. This is a
little bit bigger than that and it would fit in my bag perfectly unlike my big
honking letter size + spiral Mead. The cover folds back easily and you can work
in this notebook with it folded in half, you are not forced to work flat. The
wire is actually comfortable up against your hand (I hate having my hand on the
spiral when I am writing on the left hand page thus why I use top bound
notebooks). If I could get this in top bound I would be in heaven, but this is
Would I pay $10-12 for a notebook like this? You bet - I'm buying the five pack
today. Sorry Mead - you just went bye bye!
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Quite possibly the most...
This review is from Kokuyo Campus High Grade CYO-BO Paper Notebook - Semi B5 (9.9" X 7") - 29 Lines X 50 Sheets - Red - Bundle of 5
, August 24, 2012
Quite possibly the most perfect notebook paper in existence. Identical to the
larger 80-page spiral notebooks, but with a glued binding. As a lefty, I like
these notebooks better. They open flat. Goes great with a Kokuyo Systemic
Notebook cover, also sold by JetPens. I recommend using the Systemic cover
because the cover is somewhat fragile. Also, the corners of the notebook are
easy to damage. The paper is outstanding. I haven’t found anything that
bleeds-through or feathers on this paper.