This notebook is fantastic. I loved it, however, I find myself using Kokuyo
loose leaf because this paper is very thick and tall. My wrists hurt alot when I
write, so this paper being very far off the surface of my desk makes it hurt my
wrist for long periods of writing. So, I find myself not using it often.
However, if this does not bother you, then it's the best of the best paper
quality. Gorgeous quality paper. Paper is softer than kokyo lose leaf and it's
lighter in color (pages and lines). The pages are super nice to flip and so
soft. However, I had trouble finding a pen that i love using to write on it
though. Felt tips were seen easier through it for some reason and my pencils had
a weird lightness, even though I use 2B pencil lead. Still, find the right pen
for this and man you'll love this notebook. It's just beautiful. I wish my
wrists didn't hurt so much, other wise this book would be my best friend. Oh,
it's heavy too, because the pages are beautiful. For me, currently, I've been
using the G2 pens and they are really sharp on this paper. Just try it, you
won't regret it.
There's nothing better than this paper. NOTHING. It's superb. Fantastic. I love
felt tip pens, and this paper is so thick, it's hard to see colors through it
that would bleed easily on white paper. I love the color, the thickness, the
length!! Everything. It's slick and maybe takes some searching for the right
pencil lead to glide on, but when you find it, OMG. Perfection. I love writing
on this paper, i love re-reading notes on this paper because it's glorious. What
a difference good paper makes when investing all that time to make nice notes.
Plus the companion binders are fantastic as well. Just amazing product! WORTH
every penny. You would squander the amount of space used in american white
paper, but this paper will maximize your notes!!! You will have better notes
than ever. I swear it. Try this paper!!
NOTHING is better than Kokuyo. It's expensive, YES, but the quality is amazing.
I have three binders, because I couldn't get more colors at the time, but I'll
buy two more in the Fall of this year. I bought the companion paper, loose leave
6mm, which is amazing as well. A4 is longer and higher quality than american
standard paper. It's untouchable. These binders have held up for some time and
they are thin and light to boot! Love them! i just wish we had dividers for
these like the B5 sizes. Excellent binders for a high class load because they
are sooo light!!
Soo much cuter in person! Bigger than expected too. You could hold a lot of cash
rolled up in one and lots of change. If you only carried lipgloss and mascara,
you could probably use it as a makeup bag. It's so darn cute, you should just
get it, just because!! I wanted the new ones, but they're all sold out, so I
decided on the tiger, and I'm glad I did because she's just the cutest!! Her
ears have grooves to put your fingers in nice and comfortably. I love it.
Great idea, but the paper is not as thick as the Kokuyo paper. I don't know if
they're different brands, but this paper is thin. It's great as inserts in you
kokuyo binders, but don't expect them to have the same thickness as kokuyo. I
can use felt tip pens all day on my kokuyo paper, with no bleed at all, but this
paper shows through. I don't mind it because it's a great accessory for class
notes, but be aware that you'll have to write softer on these. Otherwise the
size is great and they quality is great. You can buy note cards where you are
and punch holes with the Carl hole punch, that's what I did before I got these.
These are far more convenient though. Still they're a lot bigger than typical
note cards too. They're also double sided! Which is great, because for regular
note cards, usually one side is lined and the other is not. On these, both sides
are lined. The colors are gorgeous too.
Cuter than cute! I use them for notes and day planner! They stick well, almost
the whole body is sticky. They're thick too! The only draw back is that there
isn't that many of them!! I need more!! They're so cute.There's also a black
dino, which is kind of a waste for me unless I find a pen to write on it.
Otherwise I'm using if as a book mark.
These aren't what I expected. They are not felt tips meant for writing on paper,
for notes and planners. They are gorgeous, but they bleed badly. You can't use
them on regular paper. However you can use them on virtually anything else. I
use them for writing my name on objects like books and jackets. Nothing else.
They're great if you need a permanent marker, but they're not not not regular
felt tips for writing on notes or day planners.
SUPER!! The only thing I don't like is that it only holds 75 sheets or so, but
the A4 sizes are longer than average sheets so it's ok. I still love them!
Sturdy and functional. They don't hold a ton of paper, if you push it, the pages
will get snagged as you turn them. But they are thin and easy to carry in a
backpack, especially if you have a lot of classes. I re-write my class notes and
stick them in this binder, best idea yet! I have two of them and I'm buying two
more for lab!!
These pens are great! I am a felt tip lover and these fit the bill, for the most
part. They are both hard, so if you write hard, they'll last a long time.
However, don't write on rough surfaces with the fine tip, because it will chew
up the pen tip. I ruined the black fine tip end because I was using it to make
flash cards on white cards and it killed the tip. But the thick tip works
fantastic for flash cards. I have kokuyo A4 paper and these pens don't bleed
through, however the thick side can kinda show through, the thin sides don't at
all. I love the colors and the shape, i love the dual tip at my fingertips!
However, the black is not very dark when compared to Bic intensity felt
tip....but I still love them! Great great!
I have this pencil and I'm back on here because I want another. I lost the
little top part to the pencil, which is the eraser. The awesome thing is, that
even though I lost the top part, it's still functional!! The lead doesn't come
out through the top, it goes in the middle of the pencil...which I think is
awesome. The pen bends to get the lead out and when you're furiously writing on
an exam and it's timed--every second counts. Stopping in the middle of a
problem to push the top for lead is annoying...this is way more efficient. I
love this pencil and I am very picky because my fingers hurt a lot (because I
write with so much pressure). Either way you write, the rubber grip is quite
comfortable. It's my go to pencil these days...and between Organic Chemistry and
Calc based Physics...this pencil has been my right hand man.