Kyokuto F.O.B COOP W Ring Notebook - B5 - Dot Grid - Silver - Bundle of 3

Kyokuto F.O.B COOP W Ring Notebook - B5 - Dot Grid - Silver - Bundle of 3

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Kyokuto's F.O.B COOP W Ring notebook has a two-layer front cover—a translucent cover on top, and a beautiful glossy cover underneath. Both are thick and flexible. The back cover is thicker still, and less bendable. The notebook lays flat when pages are folded back, thanks to the "W" rings (twin rings). This type of binding, along with the stiff back cover, makes it easy to jot notes while holding the notebook in your hand. The paper inside is smooth, offering an enjoyable writing experience. The upper corner of every page has spaces to fill in the page number and date.

This is a bundle of 3 notebooks. Each notebook contains 80 sheets, and the pages are printed with a 5 mm dot grid, a convenient layout for writing organized notes and sketching. Kyokuto calls this a B5 notebook, but the actual dimensions are semi B5: 7.0 x 9.9 inches (17.9 x 25.2 cm).

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Total price if bought separatedly: $36.00
You save: $11.70

Customer Reviews

No good for fountain...
May 2, 2014
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No good for fountain pens at all! Bled through with every ink and nib size combo I tried. Paper feels & looks nice, but if you're writing with fountain pens, stick with Rhodia dot pads. Too bad Rhodia doesn't have one with rings.
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I'm writing with oldskool...
May 19, 2014
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I'm writing with oldskool Pilot razor points, and this pad is the bomb.

I am a dotgrid junkie, and have spent lots of time with Rodia
(paper too slick, no ring binding) and Fabriano (amazing paper,
but pages fall out of the glue binding, and the beautiful covers drink up
whatever oils come in contact).

The paper and ring binding on these are excellent, and the clear plastic
protective cover over the paper cover is a good-looking and practical touch.

I'd still consider Fabrianos taken to Kinko/Fedex for spiral binding with a
protective cover (the paper is that great), but for hassle-free dot-gridding
this is the notebook to get.