This notebook is definitely...
May 21, 2014
This notebook is definitely a conversation starter, and the paper is so unique.
I did some testing of my own on one of the pages in the back of the book, just
to see what writing tools were best to use on the paper. What I found was gel
ink pens less than 0.5 mm worked the best, the smaller the nib the better.
Ballpoint pens came in second and roller ball pens and pencils were a no go. The
paper isn't as absorbent as regular bond, so the ink kind of floats on the
surface until it dries. I'm left handed and saw that the roller ball pens
smeared, a lot. Pencil also didn't make the cut because I did an eraser test
with a polymer eraser and rubber eraser and saw that the lead did not erase well
at all. I did a few pencil sketches on my test pages and didn't have an issue
with using pencil on the paper, however, the fact that erasing doesn't work
defeats the point of using a pencil.
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