Stalogy Editor's Series 365Days Notebook - B6

Stalogy Editor's Series 365Days Notebook - B6

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3.5 (4 reviews)
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This sleek, minimalist planner was designed for "editors"—people who use their planners not only for listing appointments but also for jotting down notes, lists, sketches, and designs. A subtle gray grid pattern helps keep lists and drawings neatly aligned. The dates and hours printed in the top and left-hand margins are also subtle, letting you easily use it as a journal or idea book instead of a planner. The planner holds a full year's worth of pages, but thanks to its thin paper it is slim enough to easily slip into a bag or backpack.


  • 368 pages of thin, bleed-resistant paper.
  • 5 mm grid pattern, printed in subtle gray.
  • Months, dates, and days of the week printed at the top of each page, letting you circle or highlight the date for that page.
  • Hour numbers from 7 to 24 printed along the left margin, letting you use the pages as an hourly schedule.

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I've been looking for...
June 20, 2016
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I've been looking for a Hobonichi Techo alternative for a while. I love everything about the Techo except that it's a bit small, that the timescale on the side is non-sensicle, and that it's full of stuff that is a waste of space (why, Hobonichi, why must you take up 10% of every page with a stupid inspirational quote?). I wanted this to be that alternative and it probably is. But a few things could be improved. 1) this is nice paper, but it's not Tomoe River. It's just not. 2) the book doesn't lay flat, kind of a disappointment for a planner. I love the date and time keeping system. Maybe I'll grow to love it with time. But it's not the perfect planner i hoped it would be...
9 people found this helpful
This product seems to...
August 24, 2016
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This product seems to be the victim of some relatively unfair reviews, so I thought I would offer a different perspective. This is a great notebook. The stitched binding is extremely durable, and allows the notebook to lie flat. Note, however, the notebook will be a little stiff in the beginning. The same is true of any new notebook that is well-made. With regards to cost, there may be cheaper prices, but buyers should feel free to buy elsewhere if that is the case. It has nothing to do with the quality of the notebook.

The paper is similar the Tomoe River, but not quite the same. It has a little more texture to it, which I prefer. Ink tends to dry on this paper quicker than it does on Tomoe River, which is a good thing if you happen to be left-handed.
6 people found this helpful
I was looking for a Hobonichi...
September 7, 2016
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I was looking for a Hobonichi alternative because there a bit to hard for me to get and I'm generally really picky when it comes to planners. I feel like this is a great notebook, I only wish the dates were a bit bigger but I like that fact there out of the way and not that noticeable. The paper is thin and lightweight and it seems to handle most inks, permanent markers though bleed through, and gel pens as well but it handles Le Pens and Copic fine liners well.
3 people found this helpful
I love Stalogy notebooks,...
June 22, 2016
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I love Stalogy notebooks, it has great paper, very smooth, the book lays flat, and I really love the undated layout which you can use it as planner or journal. However, the prices of the B5 and B6 are RIDICULOUSLY HIGH here. Stalogy has A5(148 x 210, smaller than B5 but larger than B6) notebook as well, which is the same size of Hobonichi cousin, and it costs less. I always shop at Jetpens when they keep the prices reasonable.
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