5 out of 5 people found the following review helpful
I bought a pack of these...
, April 12, 2012
I bought a pack of these a few months ago, and I love them. The paper is very
smooth and is really good with my fountain pens and gel-pens. I have Frixion
pens as well and those perform really well on this paper. Originally I only
wanted to use them for physics but then I also ended up using them for math and
chemistry. Obviously I ran out pretty quickly. I ordered another pack today and
can't wait for them to arrive.
The only negative thing I can say about these notebooks is that there aren't
enough pages in them. There are only thirty per notebook, but they're such good
notebooks in every other way that I'm more then willing to let that slide. And
on the plus side, it means you get a real feeling of achievement when you fill
them up. I could never fill up my old 100 page notebooks.
+Nice bright colors.
+fountain pen and gel-pen friendly paper.
+Great for math, physics and chemistry. (Also for the occasional doodle)
+The dot design obviously. Even the messiest person on Earth will be able to
organize their homework in these.
+You will want to use them for everything.
-Only thirty pages per notebook.
-The cover is a medium card stock so it could feel a little flimsy to some, I
only used it on tables, so I had no problems.
Warning! For those of us who like to write with wide lines and big letters, and
for those of us who like to write really really small. There are 2 versions of
these, one has 6 millimeter(0.24 inches) line height and the other has 7
millimeter(0.28 inches) line height. Make sure you know which is which.
I've been using these...
, September 4, 2014
I've been using these notebooks since the semester started and I absolutely love
them! Yes, there are only 30 pages per notebook, but I only take around 1 page
of notes per class which means these are perfect. Having only 30 pages make them
really light to carry around, too. I can carry all 5 without weighing myself
down which isn't the case with most other 1-subject notebooks. They're also the
same size as my tablet, so they're easy to slip into a bag with it. I also find
the dotted rule to be incredibly helpful. It's really easy to neatly organize my
notes, make clear columns, and lists.
Unfortunately, these notebooks aren't easily folded over unlike spiral
notebooks. It's not a big deal, but if you're going to write with these, make
sure there's enough room on your desk to fit the whole thing. Also, the pages
can't easily be ripped out, which means that these are great for notes, but you
should carry around some loose leaf paper in case you have to hand something in
during a class or have to write a note for someone.