Paw Prints — Midori

8 to 1: THE FINAL Poach My Lobster v Midori A5

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I started out, back in November, with eight medium-sized notebooks, and did a series of play-offs. We had Life Noble, Leuchtturm, Clairefontaine, Poach My Lobster, Midori A5, Palomino, Waverley, and Alwych.

We're down to the final two... Poach My Lobster v Midori A5.

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8 to 1: semi-final 2 - Midori v Waverley

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In round 3, the Midori won against the Palomino. In round 4, the Waverley won against the Alwych (though it was a tight finish). Who will be today's winner? Midori Quick reminder... These Notebooks are created using traditional thread stitched book binding methods, which ensures the notebook opens evenly and is highly durable. MD Notebooks don’t have a cover. This is because Midori thinks this would impact on the comfort of writing, making them harder to open and make the pages looser. With only cheesecloth reinforcing the spine, these notebooks are supple and open easily. Available in Plain, Ruled and...

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8 to 1: round three - Midori v Palomino

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A month ago, I started a big notebooks play-off. You can see that original post here. Last time, I pitted a Clairefontaine Deco notebook against a Poach My Lobster one. This time, it's the turn of the Midori A5 notebook against a Palomino Medium Luxury notebook. Midori A5 notebook I've had a number of these over the years and I really like them. These Notebooks are created using traditional thread stitched book binding methods, which ensures the notebook opens evenly and is highly durable. MD Notebooks don’t have a cover. This is because Midori thinks this would impact on the comfort...

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8 to 1... or The Big Notebooks Play-Off

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Here's the thing... I did a post on my favourite pocket notebook, partly because it was easy-peasy-lemon-squeezy. And then Stu suggested I did a 'competition' between 8 desk-sized books, with pairs of them going head-to-head and the winners going forward until an overall victor emerges. So, that's what I'm going to do over the next couple of months.

First up: Life Noble Note v Leuchtturm 1917

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