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So cute! I wanted to...
August 21, 2013
So cute! I wanted to mention how the rings work: the "spine" is like the tube in a ball-point pen. You push on the top, and the force transfers to a little spring at the bottom of the notebook. Then the rings can be opened, all at once. I was confused if it was like the Lihit-Lab, which seems to open in sections. I like this mechanism -- all the rings at one time.

I also wondered whether this A5 paper could fit into my Campus B5 26-hole notebook. It can, but with some labor. The ring-holes align, but to make the notebook pretty, there aren't top-bottom rings. If you put it into a B5 binder, you will have to trim the corners off the top or bottom where the B5 notebook has rings.

I like this a lot, for carrying in a really small bag, when even the B5 is too big.
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I am a big fan of the...
May 14, 2016
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I am a big fan of the Kokuyo Campus Notebooks. My issue with that notebook it simply was not enough pages. So I got this! First of of all no fault of the product, I really don't like A5 , I prefer B5. But what I was not happy with was the binder itself, it only holds 30 sheets of paper!!! Such a disappointment.
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October 28, 2014
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Love my notebook!
This notebook is at a...
June 21, 2014
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This notebook is at a super cute size and I love the colour. The spring mechanism seems to work fine, but it does feel flimsy enough that I try to handle it gently. The cover is flexible and I like the texture.

The only thing that bugs me is that it comes with a measly 10 pages, and the notebook looks depressingly flat and empty with only those few pages. It means that I'm forced to buy more paper for it right away even though I never intended to use it with much frequency.

Overall still a really adorable notebook and I love that I can mix my page order around.
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