|Model Number||KOKUYO RU-P334YR|
|Index Tab Included||Yes|
|Number of Rings / Holes||26|
|Size - Depth||3 cm|
|Size - Length||27 cm|
|Size - Width||21.5 cm|
|Standard Paper Size||B5|
|Starter Refills Included||Yes|
September 12, 2012
Pretty and flexible....
Pretty and flexible.
The covers are not too stiff or sharp. The tab dividers have a few lines printed them on -- I like that so I can write general notes for that section, such as phone numbers or big deadlines, etc. The rings/coil moves very smoothly. It doesn't snap open or closed. Instead, you pull the bottom tab and the right half of the coil slides to the right, along a little track. Then when you pull it closed, you use a little more force at the end, so it slots into place. It's less jarring than ring-binders that snap open loudly, or pinch fingers or other papers when they pop closed.
To me, having 26 rings instead of just three (as in some other binders) makes the pages turn more smoothly.
I like this size better than the American Letter (too big to carry around campus easily) and the Junior -- which is sometimes to small to take real notes.
Fun! I hope JetPens carries more loose-leaf binders in different sizes! I also ordered the Maruman loose leaf mini (like thin index cards) and I like the gentle colors much more than dark/vibrant ones. And the Maruman bi-fold refills. Oh, heaven.
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January 21, 2015
December 20, 2014
It's hard to tell from...
It's hard to tell from the pictures just how bright orange this binder really is. It's as bright as orange can get without becoming an eyesore, and I love it. I don't carry it around in a bag or anything, so I can't really speak to the durability of it, but it seems very well made. Highly functional, and I love that it comes with tabs and some fountain pen friendly paper to get started.