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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Nice journals
This review is for the cashier set of 3 journals - 120 pages, last 16 detachable, 19cmx25cm, acid free paper with inner pocket.

Despite the inflated price I bought these journals because they suited me size wise and it seems next to impossible to buy unlined notebooks of any quality these days without buying something extremely flashy and/or that comes with...
Published on 9 Aug 2009 by Hel S

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3.0 out of 5 stars Okay.
I love the paper as all products of this company. But it may be due to me not looking well enough but there are actually 3 little journals with half of the pages to rip out half not. It's not lined, very light and fits easily everywhere. if you use a ballpoint pen then the ink will be seen on the other side.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Nice journals, 9 Aug 2009
This review is from: Cahier Plain Pocket Journal: Pack (Black) (Paperback)
This review is for the cashier set of 3 journals - 120 pages, last 16 detachable, 19cmx25cm, acid free paper with inner pocket.

Despite the inflated price I bought these journals because they suited me size wise and it seems next to impossible to buy unlined notebooks of any quality these days without buying something extremely flashy and/or that comes with fiddly extras.

The paper is stitched into the book. It is thin paper as another reviewer mentioned but having used an ordinary black Bic pen and a light coloured gel pen at, what I would say, is average pressure, it is possible to write on both sides of the paper. I think a fountain pen would bleed massively and I don't think both sides of the paper could be used. As it is, yes there is a 'shadow' of what is written on the other side of the paper but for me it isn't intrusive and the journals as a whole are exactly what I want.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Classic Moleskine, 20 Mar 2014
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I love Moleskine notebooks and they never fail to delivery, both literally (as this is amazon) and in quality.
Classic plain sketchbooks at a good price, came undamaged, great stuff.
I'd recommend this product to most from the old to the young, they are smart looking little things.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Okay., 6 April 2013
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I love the paper as all products of this company. But it may be due to me not looking well enough but there are actually 3 little journals with half of the pages to rip out half not. It's not lined, very light and fits easily everywhere. if you use a ballpoint pen then the ink will be seen on the other side.
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11 of 22 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Hemingway would not have approved, 4 Dec 2010
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This cute, flexible, multi-purpose notebook is good for a variety of roles; receipts booklet, ad hoc diary, sketchpad or a simply a lightweight home for your thoughts. The Cahier Pocket Journal is distinctly a relative to, but definitively NOT the Moleskine of Legend, despite being, on the surface a more convenient to place around your person than the professionally solid literary "pocket bible" that has been the Moleskine Companies standard fare since well before the days of Ernest H.

Be careful - you may be seduced into believing that the Cahier is capable of acting like a cut-price Moleskine Journal - fulfilling its core functions while being lighter, smarter, and somehow altogether more modern in its outlook.
Well think again. No way could this little imposter stand up to the sheer alcohol abuse involved with catering to the scribble needs of any iconoclastic Journalist-Writer worth his salt. One feels that it would go all floppy in the wake of but one single round of quaffed martinis - let alone a 5 day bar crawl through the desperate, smashed remains of a doomed citadel on the verge of capitulation to the wrath of vengeful, despotic forces.

Be honest, can you seriously imagine crawling out from that burning Cessna, inside of which your increasingly ex-wife currently resides and out onto the slopes of the mountain that, blind drunk, you flew the damned thing into - with a trademark Moleskine Cahier 'Journal' inside your breast pocket? Hardly. How would you be safe in the knowledge that those important notes for that promising novel, the one which you never get around to writing is safe for posterity? Exactly.

Sure, buy the Cahier Pocket Journal if you are wanting a quality, well-designed notebook encapsulating a hint of understated sophistication - but don't fool yourself into thinking that, unlike its accomplished predecessor, it will be solid enough to stop stray .32 rounds from entrenched fascist machine gun nests.
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Moleskine. Traditionally seen in all the wrong places.
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