Things seem to have taken a rather Francophone turn on this blog of late, but there's a good reason for it; there was a lot of excellent Calepino kit to show off!
Here's some more, then - the No.7 again, but this time unruled for the, ahem, unruly. Guilty, m'Lud.
Now, be honest - we all have those days, don't we? An idea needs to be developed for work, but doing it in a formal notebook from the office stationery cupboard just isn't getting the creative juices flowing. So try one of these instead.
It's groovy enough to be alluring; just look at that sewn binding and the corresponding inner cover. But it's also very much at home with any graphite you care to use and can just about cope with a bit of fountain pen ink too. You're not going to be tempted to calligraphy, and you won't want to write extensive prose either, but for a bit of brain-storming, mind-mapping or sketching of cunning plans, this is just the ticket. You might not feel too reluctant to share them in such refined housing, either.
The notebook is slightly slimmer than A5 so it sits in pockets easily, and £25 will get you two of them. Now, where's the pencil-sharpener gone? There's a Vulcan mind-merge that needs a diagram, pronto...