Great notebooks. Even though they're really thin I get a lot of mileage out of
them. I've been able to use one notebook for two classes, even though it only
has 40 pages. Pens don't bleed through and pencils don't smudge nearly as much
as on a normal notebook of the same prince.
I honestly think that one of those 5 star notebooks that go for like $4 and one
of these will get you the same amount of space for notes. These notebooks make
my notes so much neater.
It's a really nice pencil; it's quite sturdy and it seems like it will last a
long time. I have two warnings though. Getting used to the spinning to advance
the lead is fine, but spinning it back and having to press it back down on a
hard surface (it hurts when you do it with your finger) to hide the lead again
is a bit frustrating. I still forget which way it advances and which way it goes
back so sometimes I spin it back in without realizing. My second warning is for
those who have never written with a coloured lead pencil: This will not erase,
and it feels like writing with a coloured pencil. It's not as smooth as a normal
These are fantastic for note taking. They're dark enough that it is easy to read
everything, but give a little variety in the colour of your notes. They write
smoothly with no bleeding even on the thinnest of papers.
This product is quite affordable and good enough for the price, but the line it
makes is really heavy and it bleeds quite a bit. It's best used with heavier
paper which is more expensive and would probably be used in conjunction with a
higher quality pen. I bought two of these but I haven't used them much because
of how much they bleed.
This is a wonderful disposable fountain pen, and of really high quality for the
price. It is extremely wet and thick, so keep that in mind when you're
considering buying it. It bleeds through paper really quickly, unless you have
high quality paper.