Kokuyo Design Paracuruno Slanted Page Notebook - A6 (4.1" X 5.8") - 5 mm X 5 mm Graph - 70 Sheets - Khaki Brown

$6.75
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4.0 (2 reviews)
DescriptionSpecifications
The Paracuruno was the winner of Japan's Good Design Award in 2005 for its very innovative “easy to look-up” pages. By designing the pages with a simple slant, it becomes incredibly easy to flip through the notebook to find what you're looking for. The notebook features a forward and backward slant so you can quickly find your spot whether you're starting from the back of the notebook or the front. Bound notebook is available in a variety of cover colors.
Model NumberKOKUYO NO-RD227S
Weight3.1 ounces
ManufacturerKokuyo
Binding Glue
Cover Material Cardstock
Cover Type Softcover
Features Slanted Edge
Line Spacing 5 mm
Number of Sheets 70
Paper Weight 70 gsm
Perforated No
Refillable No
Sheet Style Graph
Size - Depth .7 cm
Size - Length 14.8 cm
Size - Width 10.5 cm
Standard Paper Size A6

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These Kokuyo notebooks...
February 27, 2015
Verified Purchase
These Kokuyo notebooks are great. I had the larger version a few years ago and loved the quality of the paper (it writes super smooth) and the slanted edge is awesome for easily looking up notes. This smaller version is just as good, and while I didn't love the light blue color of the large notebook I had, the brown grid and beige cover on this one are gorgeous. I'm definitely buying more of these next time I order from JetPens.
I'm a bit underwhelmed...
January 23, 2015
Verified Purchase
I'm a bit underwhelmed by this notebook for the price. The binding is funky, and every other page is stuck/glued together by about a millimeter along the binding. This prevents the pages from laying completely flat--and it's just annoying. Also, the tabs don't come in all that handy, and they take away valuable writing space from an already small notebook. Also, the grid lines are very dark (even though they're yellowish brown) and distracting. Lighter colored inks are drowned out by the grid lines.

Overall though, the paper quality is good, and it's a sharp looking notebook. I haven't beat it up much, but it seems durable. Definitely fountain pen friendly (no show through or bleed through), but I would recommend the Buncobon Dot notebooks instead. http://www.jetpens.com/Kokuyo-Buncobon-Dot-Cover-Notebooks/ct/958 They're almost $3 cheaper, have a bookmark, and are more enjoyable to use.
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