| Great notebook! Perfect...
This review is from Kokuyo Inspiracion Perforated Page Twin Ring Notebook - Semi B5 (7" X 9.8") - Normal Rule - 31 Lines - 50 Sheets - Beige
, April 30, 2012
Great notebook! Perfect for anything, school notes, journal, whatever. 7mm ruled
lines are perfect although I still like to write between the lines n tiny little
letters preferably with the .28mm Signo DX or the .18mm Signo Bit. But every pen
(from Jetpens of course) seems to work wonderfully on this paper. Gel,
ballpoint, liquid ink, etc. all write perfectly with no skipping. The twin ring
binding and sturdy front/back covers makes it so easy to write on the go or at a
desk. I prefer "twin ring" bound for the flexibility--I USED to like glue
binding because cheap spiral notebooks would get caught on things in my
bag/locker etc and the wire would twist, deform, or get pullled out of the
notebook...those things NEVER happen with the sturdy "twin ring" style binding
that you find on Jetpens' products. The twin ring system is totally different
from cheap single-wire "spiral" type wirebound notebooks, twin ring is soooooo
much better and I'll take the twin ring over glue-bound notebooks every time.
(P.s. Twin ring is not the same as spiral; spiral usually means one wire twisted
into a spiral, but I've seen the "good" kind--twin ring--on Jetpens labeled
incorrectly as "spiral" but as far as I've seen,JPens only sells the
higher-quality twin ring bindings....goodness I sure love to talk about
I will be purchasing several more of these notebooks (including the graph, which
is also excellent) soon!
| perfect, no-frills graph...
This review is from Kokuyo Inspiracion Perforated Page Twin Ring Notebook - Semi B5 (7" X 9.8") - 5 mm Graph - 50 Sheets - Black
, February 24, 2012
perfect, no-frills graph notebook at a decent price with coopon!
great paper, graph ruled lines are not too dark, hard back cover supports so you
don't need a desk.
I know Inspiracion is like a maybe-ripoff of Inspiration (maruman) but I got
both Inspira---whatever notebooks and I kind of like this one better because the
graph is on the front AND the back of each page. I prefer it that way, but "to
each his own."