Ogami Professional Notebook - Soft Cover - Small - 5" x 8.25" - 32 Sheets - Ruled - Black

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3.5 (2 reviews)
Boasting a revolutionary paper called Repap that is made up entirely of limestone and ecological resins, Ogami notebooks are an environmentalist's dream. This recyclable paper is whiter and softer than any paper you've ever tried, yet tear-resistant, waterproof, and extremely durable. Writing on the paper is an experience in itself. All types of ink write like a dream on this paper—gel ink, fountain pen ink, ballpoint ink, marker ink, and even pencil graphite. The paper has grip, so your pen tip does not slip as you write. It is also feather-resistant and inks do not bleed.

Designed and made in Italy, this stylish notebook features thick yet flexible soft paper covers accented with elegant silver foil print, and a built-in pocket inside the back cover. It is sure to become a staple in your everyday carry!

This is the Soft Cover Ruled - Black notebook. Photos of unwrapped notebooks feature the Hardcover Ruled - Blue (Aqua Green) notebook and the Soft Cover Plain - Gray notebook.

Model NumberOGAMI OG08000017
Weight4.9 ounces
Binding Thread
Cover Material Cardboard
Cover Type Hardcover
Features Tear-resistant, Waterproof, Synthetic Paper
Line Spacing 8 mm
Number of Lines 25
Number of Sheets 32
Paper Weight 140 gsm
Perforated No
Refillable No
Sheet Style Lined
Size - Depth 0.5 cm
Size - Length 21 cm
Size - Width 13 cm

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July 17, 2014
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I was intrigued by the concept of paper made of stone, but it turns out to be a little too good to be true. The repap sheets have a strange chalky or rubbery feel to the touch, which is not pleasant to have your hand against. With a fountain pen, ink seemed to pool on top of the surface before drying instead of seeping in. Sometimes it would 'creep' outwards before it dried, resulting in an unattractive line.