Palomino Blackwing Luxury Notebook - Medium - 5" x 8.25" - Writing (Lined) - 160 Pages (80 Sheets)

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3.7 (3 reviews)
The Palomino Blackwing Luxury Notebook gives off an air of sophistication as you take meeting and class notes. Your pen glides over 160 pages (80 sheets) of acid-free 100 g paper, and a black ribbon bookmarks your place. The black covers are flexible but sturdy, and the embossed Palomino Blackwing logo on the front cover expresses luxury. Whether you're in a meeting room jotting ideas or outdoors sketching the scenery, let this notebook inspire your best work.

This is the Writing notebook, which contains lined pages. Photos showing graph pages feature the Graphing notebook.

Dimensions: approximately 5.0 x 8.25 inches (13 x 21 cm).

Model NumberPALOMINO 103217
Weight10.0 ounces
Binding Glue
Cover Material Leatherette
Cover Type Hardcover
Features Acid-Free, Ribbon Marker
Line Spacing 6 mm
Number of Lines 31
Number of Sheets 80
Paper Weight 100 gsm
Perforated No
Refillable No
Sheet Style Lined
Size - Depth 1.3 cm
Size - Length 21.2 cm
Size - Width 13.3 cm

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Really like these puppies...
October 11, 2014
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Really like these puppies for my "commonplace books." Like many, I've grown disaffected with Moleskines, the popular favorite--whose paper quality really seems to have declined. My alternatives have become the Leuchtterm 1917 (roughly the same size, A5)--and the Palomino Blackwing Luxury Notebook.
First off, BOTH have Moleskines beat, hands down. The paper in both of them is just higher-quality than what I've seen in Moleskines lately--of any price. Incidentally, despite what another reviewer said, I'm looking at all three, and they all have the same (6 millimeter) line spacing. The Leuchtterm 1917 has numbered pages, but I just lightly pencil my own page numbers into my Palomino Blackwings. Bookmark ribbon? Check. I like the lighter-colored (closer to white) paper in the Blackwing, too--as well as the heavier "boards," though they're still flexible. The ruling on the Blackwing pages is of similar weight to those in the Moleskine, which in both cases are heavier than those in the Leuchtterm 1917. The Blackwing also has more pages (160 vs. 122) than the Leuchtterm 1917. You'll never go back to Moleskines.
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December 16, 2013
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THE REAL BEST ALTERNATIVE TO MOLESKINE. This about my favorite notebook. The paper is excellent - gives no bleed-through with a variety of my fountain pens. The color is simple cream / off-white which looks good against a number of inks. Most importantly, the things lies flat really well when you open it to write so you can really use all the pages with equal aplomb. Nothing fancy here. No silly pocket thing at the back. No pages which tear out. Just quality. Down with Moleskine. The ruling in Moleskine is way too narrow. The paper is way too thin. The product is just over-priced. Go Palomino! (I also love the Rhodia webbie but Palomino is slightly cheaper and every bit as good in terms of paper with a bit wider ruling in the lines, which I like).
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I like the look and the...
November 8, 2014
I like the look and the dimensions of this notebook, but I get bleedthrough (using an Aurora 88 Large, medium nib, with Diamine Blue-Black ink), which is a disappointment.
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