Maruman Eco Spiral Notebook -B5 (6.9" X 9.8") - 6 mm Rule - 37 Lines X 30 Sheets - Orange - Bundle of 10
Maruman Eco Spiral Notebook -B5 (6.9" X 9.8") - 7 mm Rule - 31 Lines X 30 Sheets - Yellow - Bundle of 10
I do like the product, but I wish the to-do lists were on both the front and back of the pages. I can certainly use the back of the pages for other kinds of notes, but it would have made the notebook a much better buy for the price. I also want to compliment JetPens on their customer service. My pad arrived damaged (about half of the pages were bent, crushed, and dirty along the bottom edge); I could have still used the pad, but it was very disappointed not to receive one that was in pristine condition at the outset, considering the price). I contacted JetPens and made them aware of the problem, and they kindly and quickly sent out a replacement for the pad. This is why I continue to use JetPens above any other online retailer for pens, ...
Maruman Co., Ltd. was founded in 1920 in Tokyo Japan to produce and sell sketch books to middle schools. The founder of Maruman went to visit Europe to purchase spiral notebook machines at that time. At the time, such machines were the first to be used in Japan. In 1967, Maruman developed a plastic binder. In 1995, Maruman created a report pad series with a simple and novel design.
Maruman's research focus is "how to practically bind paper". The company takes great care in distinguishing various usage types of paper and design paper types specific to each particular function, be it for studying, drawing, painting, journaling, etc.
Maruman's latest product line, "Mnemosyne", is a big hit in Japan. Named after the Greek goddess for memory, each Mnemosyne notebook features a sturdy cover and is firmly bound with a dual ring system.