Kokuyo Campus Smart Ring Binder Notebook - A5 - 20 Rings - Light Blue

Kokuyo Campus Smart Ring Binder Notebook - A5 - 20 Rings - Light Blue

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Kokuyo's Campus Smart Ring binder notebook is ultra-slim and light. As with binders, you can re-arrange pages by opening the rings, but this notebook is as slim as a regular notebook. Slip several in your bag, and you'll see how easy it is to carry them from place to place. Great for meetings and classes, the notebook has flexible covers that fold back to occupy less desk space. This notebook contains a contents page and 10 sheets of A5 Kokuyo Campus loose leaf paper with 28 lines of dotted 6 mm rule per page. The maximum capacity is 25 sheets.

Paper dimensions: 5.8 x 8.3 inches (14.8 x 21.0 cm).

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Changing pages is easy...
February 21, 2015
Verified Purchase
Changing pages is easy with the push button on the top. I can hold a good number of pages and haven't finished all that I've put in there when attending meetings.

I also use the Kokuyo Campus Clear Pockets in this binder as well as Maruman Smooth to write Loose Leave Mini Paper B7 for note cards. All fit on the 20 rings well and can be placed and replaced where I need them.
Love the notebook, small...
February 20, 2015
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Love the notebook, small enough to fit in my purse, love the binder function. Only complaint that I have is there are no dividers for this as of yet.
Good notebook, did not...
November 29, 2014
Verified Purchase
Good notebook, did not know that a5 was that small but should still be big enough for school notes. The notebooks seem good quality but you cant bend the front cover over to the back like so you only have one surface when it is open instead of two, because it causes the rings to come open. The rings are a lot easier to use than I though since I am used to the three ring mechanism. I look forward to many years ahead with this notebook.

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