Average Customer Review
7 out of 7 people found the following review helpful
Man, I don't know what...
, April 19, 2013
Man, I don't know what the other reviewer did to their Lihit Lab Twist Ring Memo
Notepad... I can't read Japanese, but it was obvious to me from the image how to
open the rings - the notepad must be open and then you gently tug the top and
bottom in opposite directions (right with your right hand and left with your
left hand). It pops right open! I got it open on my first try with almost no
force. Use your fingers to close the rings as pictured. I am concerned that the
rings might get battered over time if I carry the notebook around, but I guess
I'll find out.
The covers are reasonably sturdy, but flexible, not stiff, which some people
might not like. The covers have rounded corners which is a nice touch. I've had
to round the corner on some American notepads because they were too sharp. The
pages do not have rounded corners but they're not sharp. It's the little
Oh, and the color is great. (But I may be biased as purple is my favorite
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful
Just wanted to add my...
, March 28, 2014
Just wanted to add my $0.02 to what the other reviewer said in April 2013: the
rings DO last!
I have this notepad, as well as the larger Semi-B5 notebook. I've had them since
July and September respectively, and have used them a lot - the notepad until
October(ish) and the notebook continuously until now - and they have held up
beautifully. And I give them a good workout too, I'm constantly rearranging the
pages. In fact I use this notebook as a catch-all, kind of like those old
organizers with the metal rings, so there's a lot of opening and closing going
on :-) I'd say it's a brute to denote sturdiness, except those small, cute clear
rings look far too pretty for that :P
3 out of 5 people found the following review helpful
I purchased one of these...
, January 10, 2013
I purchased one of these notebooks because I very much liked the design.
Unfortunately, when i received it, I was less than happy. To begin with the
cover is not tightly matched to the contents is the only way I can describe it.
It flops around possibly because it contains so little paper. More importantly
there are no instructions for opening the binding mechanism except for a small
picture. As a result when I tried to open the thing to add paper, it broke into
several pieces. So much for ever using it.