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  The look of the cover..., September 21, 2012
The look of the cover is stylish, but the paper is thinner than office paper, like as thin as bible paper. There was an obvious echo on the other side, not good for fountain pen users
  Awesome design, very..., May 18, 2014
Awesome design, very bad quality paper. If you draw on one page, you can't draw on it's other side, because you can almost see everything drawn on the other side of the paper due to it's very thin paper.
  It is true, that this..., May 17, 2014
It is true, that this is not fountain pen friendly, however if you are a pencil aficionado, this is the "holy grail". I have this small notebook paired with a Pentel Sharp Kerry mechanical pencil. It really is an amazing combination. I use it for a visual journal and while mechanical pencils are my primary tool for this notebook, I often use Prismacolor Verithin colored pencils, Palomino Blackwing, Blackwing 602's and Blackwing Pearls, and various high end drawing pencils in 4B and 6B for writing and illustration in this notebook. The pages erase well with high quality plastic and kneaded erasers as long as care is taken. I also regularly use paper stumps for blending. Generally speaking, most high quality pencils will work perfectly on this paper, provided the leads are not too hard. As a rule of thumb, HB or softer (2B and HB work extremely well). This is a great pencil notebook and I highly recommend it.
  Great for me! If you..., September 9, 2013
Great for me! If you only plan on using ONE side of each sheet it is perfect, I have never been one to use both sides of the actual paper so this works great for me! however it is thinner paper, (allowing for more sheets) this does add to the ability to have more pages per book making it ideal for me. Might want to see one of their drawing versions for thicker paper (can be found on the moleskine website)