Felt / Porous Tip Markers
Memo Books & Pads
Roller Ball Pens
Scissors & Cutters
Can't review the notebook itself, as I immediately removed it & gave it away. But it fits a pocket moleskine very nicely, with space for a good-sized pen inside near the spine. It's not very thick...with just the moleskine (192 pager) & a pen in (not the included notebook), only a little room for other things in the pockets or a thin notebook (like a field notes), but perfect if that's all you want to put in there. There's a vertical pocket to slide a notebook into on both sides. Very sturdy support in the covers, zippers are smooth, easily opens flat. Material on the outside is much silkier than it looks in photos. Seems like it will hold up well over time. Overall, pretty cool little notebook cover.
RayMay Fujii Corporation was founded in 1890 in Kyushu, Japan. After World War II, the company branched out to Osaka and Tokyo to start its stationery business. RayMay (Rei Mei 黎明 means "daybreak") the name is meant to express the company's vision for a "new spirit in daybreak".
RayMay has the license the produce the famed A.G. Spalding branded stationery items.