Tsubame Fools University Notebook - H30S - A5 - 7 mm Rule

Tsubame Fools University Notebook - H30S - A5 - 7 mm Rule

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The Tsubame Fools University Notebook contains pages made of Tsubame's high quality fools paper. The paper is made with great care and is easy to write on, resists feathering and bleed-through, and is neither too slippery nor too rough. This high-quality paper is also acid-free to preserve your writings for many years. Ingrained in the paper is the traditional lattice work pattern of closely-spaced horizontal lines and widely-spaced vertical lines, most visible when holding the paper up to the light.
Model NumberTSUBAME H2001
Weight3.3 ounces
Binding Thread
Cover Material Cardstock
Cover Type Softcover
Line Spacing 7 mm
Number of Lines 24
Number of Sheets 30
Paper Weight 83.5 gsm
Perforated No
Refillable No
Sheet Style Lined
Size - Depth 0.4 mm
Size - Length 21 cm
Size - Width 14.9 cm
Standard Paper Size A5
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Impressed with the quality...
November 5, 2014
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Impressed with the quality of the paper. It seems to be the equal of Rhodia to me, and the price is great for the quality and quantity of the paper. Will buy again.
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Oh lord...instantly fell...
December 13, 2014
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Oh lord...instantly fell in love. I got one of these to qualify for free shipping as I compiled a gift set of notebooks for a friend starting grad school. Love at first write. Love the paper. Love the size. Love the page count, the portability, the stitched & reinforced binding. I'm well on the way of filling one up and it's only been a few days. Time to order a supply! Seriously...who needs Field Notes when these are better in literally every way? Sure they're larger but they're just as portable yet far superior AND cheaper to boot. Can one truly love a notebook? YES!