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Moleskine Classic Ruled Paper Notebook Hard Cover and Elastic Closure Journal, Colour Black, Size Large 13 x 21 240 Pages
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- This basic, yet classic Hard Cover Large Ruled notebook is one of the best selling Moleskine notebooks.
- A bookmark, an elastic closure and an expandable inner pocket that contains the Moleskine history
- Dimensions 210x130mm
- 240 pages
- Hardback cover
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|Item Dimensions||13.21 x 2.54 x 20.83 cm||20.96 x 1.52 x 12.7 cm||—||13.33 x 1.9 x 20.96 cm||9.52 x 1.27 x 14.6 cm||13.65 x 1.59 x 20.96 cm|
|Item Weight||332 grams||—||—||336 grams||145 grams||—|
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|Style||Ruled||Ruled||Notebook and Pen||Lined||—||Lined|
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Take notes, write down your to-do list and tick off all your day's tasks. Classic design with coloured hard cover, elastic closure and a matching bookmark ribbon takes you straight to the right page every time. Expandable back pocket for storing items like tickets or souvenirs.Features:
- Ivory, coloured paper
- Colour black
- Pages ruled
- Rounded corners
- In case of loss notice printed on the flyleaf
Moleskine is a brand that contains multiple products: notebook, diaries, bags, apps, writing instruments, reading accessories and books that complement each other by form and function, becoming open platforms for the creativity and self expression of the thinkers of tomorrow.
The Moleskine Large Ruled Notebook is bound in cardboard, with a 'moleskine' cover having rounded corners and an elastic enclosure. The 240 lined acid-free pages are thread bound, and the notebook includes an expandable inner note holder made of cardboard and cloth. Each Moleskine journal has a ribbon placeholder and removable card with the history of Moleskines.
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This Notebook is one of the best-selling Moleskine notebooks. This reliable travel companion, perfect for writing thoughts and sharing notes, has a cardboard bound cover with rounded corners, acid-free paper, a bookmark, an elastic closure and an expandable inner pocket that contains the Moleskine history.
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Rather stupidly, I decided to buy this Moleskine notebook BEFORE reading the reviews. I've only used one Moleskine product before - the pocket sketchbook - and I was impressed, so I was expecting this product to be good as well. I instantly felt regret over my purchase as I read all of the negative reviews about ink bleeding through the paper, the squared lines being too dark and the bindings falling apart after a month. It seems that the quality of Moleskine notebooks has deteriorated dramatically over the years. It was too late to cancel my order, however.
My Moleskine arrived today and I was surprised. It contains 240 squared pages. The size of the notebook is 13cm x 21cm, so a bit narrower than A5 size. Despite all the reviews, the lines are not too dark (photograph attached). I also tested out some of my pens and while there is ghosting (you can see the words when you turn the page), my pens did not bleed through the page. Don't get me wrong, the paper IS thin, but as long as you write lightly, and you don't use any permanent markers or heavy felt tip pens, then you should be fine, but if ghosting bothers you a lot then this isn't the notebook for you. I think the ghosting adds some character to the pages, and if you're filling up both sides of the sheet with words you probably won't notice it. Perhaps I received an older Moleskine notebook, rather than a newer one manufactured recently to have darker lines and thinner paper.
I've only had this notebook for a day so I can't comment on the binding but perhaps after a month or two I will edit this review and say how it's holding up.
Overall, I'd say this is an OK notebook for the price, but there are many journals out there with better paper quality (Piccadilly, Silvine, Rodia, Leuchtturm e.t.c.) If you are looking to purchase this book for bullet journaling uses, then I would probably recommend the Leuchtturm1917 instead, especially if you want to start an "aesthetic" arts and crafts bullet journal. The Leuchtturm1917 has 249 pages, and you can get the journal with lined/squared/dotted/plain paper. There are many more colours as well. The paper is thicker and more ink proof, and all of its pages are numbered in a small font. It also comes with a table of contents in the front, and some perforated pages in the back. The Leuchtturm1917 is more expensive though, at around £12, but if you can afford that then I would say get the Leuchtturm instead of the Moleskine.
List of usable pens:
Biro (Bic), Berol, pencil, Rotring fine liner .3 only
Difficult to use pens: felt pens (Papermate), fountain pens.
From what I have experienced writing in this pad biro and pencil are fine and Berol works well too. Unfortunately if you intend to use felt or fountain pens, you are in for a disappointment. I have found that unless you use the fountain pen extremely lightly you will instantly get bleed through.
My intention was to keep this in one of my pockets (either on my legs or in my jacket) so that it's easily accessible whenever a bright idea pops into mind. For that purpose, and jotting down little things which you might forget, it's really useful. There's something about having a dedicated 'space' where you can just throw your ideas down which makes them flow a little easier than if you're throwing it into the back of a multi-purpose book.
But yeah. It's expensive. But it is high-quality stuff. For a student, I think something like this is invaluable to have around. 5/5 would recommend.
One little note: the pages are NOT lined.
My Moleskine spends most of its life in my handbag and the cover has unfortunately been scratched by my keys (see photograph). This is by no means the fault of Moleskine and simply something to be aware of should you wish to maintain a pristine notebook in a revoltingly disorganised handbag.
I buy the hard backed version as I archive these after a year and I find that they are the most durable. The squared paper allows you to keep your lists and tick boxes neat and in column and also helps if you need to draw and plan things out. Paper is the usual Moleskine quality and it has the pocket in the back which I don't tend to use much for this size of notebook. It has the page marker ribbon and the elastic closure and closed a certain way (see pic) it will even hold your pen. This is one of three different Molskine books I have and I wouldn't hesitate to reccomend it