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I bought these notebooks...
September 8, 2011
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I bought these notebooks on a total whim and I love them! They are thin enough to throw in a bag and take along and the paper is very nice compared to most notebook paper available to in the States. I am no longer in school, but I can see how these would be ideal. The dotted lines allow for you to line up text easily, making whatever you write neat and organized. The lines are closer to our version of college ruled paper. (Thumbs up! I hate wide ruled paper.) Some people might not realize that they are not the fattest of notebooks, but I like the size and the value (5 for $14 is an excellent deal) for the quality of paper and binding.
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I love the B5 form factor...
January 28, 2012
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I love the B5 form factor of these notebooks and the colors are great to keep your classes/subjects organized, too. I'd prefer a gridded notebook but the dots are a great alternative and come in handy when making diagrams that need specific proportions. I'm in graduate school, so some of my classes are more conceptual, and I think one notebook will suffice for the quarter (10 weeks), but I'm reordering for my more notetaking-heavy courses like my math and biotechnology course, for which 2 notebooks for the quarter should suffice. I personally prefer a notebook over loose-leaf paper because I want everything in one, pre-bound place, so if you're like me, I recommend these notebooks. Otherwise, go for the loose-leaf version.

I use a Pilot Hi-Tec C Cavalier 0.3mm pen and Pentel Slicci 0.25mm pens and have loved it. No scratching problems, and the paper is wonderfully smooth so these tiny pens just flow.
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these notebook are really...
June 8, 2011
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these notebook are really really good the paper is smooth and my pens glide
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This paper has a very...
February 9, 2012
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This paper has a very smooth feel that is great for taking notes and general writing. It feels thin but holds up well to repeated erasing and does not show through too much on the back. I have been using it for pencil and gel pen notes and both slide nicely across the paper.

The papers are very well secured in the binding and even with much folding open of the book they don't seem to budge at all. I am not sure what they actual did with the binding, it appears to be glued in folded sheets, but it is hard to see. Regardless, it is very secure. I will definitely be buying these again.
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Bought this last year...
October 17, 2011
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Bought this last year and I love the pre-dotted lines. It helped me draw cleaner lines for graphs. Really useful for math, chemistry, and physics classes. The pages were thick enough so no bleeding through!
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Paper is well made and...
November 3, 2015
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Paper is well made and extremely easy to write on, there is only minor blead through but nothing that could compromise the following pages. The only real problem was that the first page was always a little difficult to keep down when writing on it.
Very usable. Paper is...
September 3, 2015
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Very usable. Paper is fine with fountain pens.
Great notebooks! I looked...
August 29, 2015
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Great notebooks! I looked around at others and found this pack the most bang for your buck. I love the paper and the lines make it very easy to write neatly and keep my notes organized. I use these in most of my classes now.
These are really lovely....
August 1, 2015
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These are really lovely. I choose these when I want something a bit larger than Moleskine.
U.S. notebooks use tier...
July 25, 2015
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U.S. notebooks use tier trash paper. I can't use fountain pens. I can't use pencils. They literally feel like scrap paper. But when you get these, waooo. You feel like you are writing on something too cherished to waste, and for the longest time, I took bad notes bc I was too concerned about whether what i was writing was worthy of the paper :P
But that cleared up soon enough and I now just am making sure I write down what is important to me - still taking into consideration I cannot be wasting these notebooks lol.
30 pgs, depending if you like writing on the back of them, its 60 pgs. I prefer to write on the back if I am using pencil, but since I like to use pen, it can be a bit distracting to see the back of it, but it's like that for all paper - and not as bad as it is for this paper bc this is super thick. I usually use just 1 for Math semester. But approx 2-4 for biology/chemistry courses. I say this bc I like to use a notebook dedicated to preparing for exams - go around clue hunting and reorganizing my new thoughts on reviewed material.
The best part is that this deal is incredibly economic for the quality you get.
The A4 notebook(equivalent to U.S. Notebook) has 5 lines more vertically, and is 1 inch longer horizontally. But remember, they have margins. So, actually, the paper is equivalent in width, if not shorter in width than this notebook.
But the major winner here is Money Money Money! This value pack deal is the only reason I am even using these expensive notebooks!
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