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Moleskine Cahier

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

Let’s get this out of the way: Moleskine pocket notebooks are not ideal for use with fountain pens.There. I said it.Both Scrib and Amanda have reviewed these and come to the same conclusion. Scrib has pointed out how well they work with pencils, and Amanda has demonstrated that Field Notes perform similarly with ink.I have recently been using a Moleskine Cahier in Indigo blue as my Every Day Carry. I use fountain pens at my desk, or in a formal meeting, but for everyday, I use pencils, ballpoints or rollerballs.Brace yourself. The Moleskine is really good.1. It’s sewn not stapled....

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Notebooks currently on my desk...

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

There's a good chance that the list of notebooks currently dwelling on my desk, may run to a lot more than you expected! But then, if you've followed my ramblings on here or on my blog (Paper, Pens and Ink), maybe not!

Although the list is long, there are specific functions for (almost) all of these! Honest! 

Featuring, amongst others, Clairefontaine, Moleskine, goodInkpressions, Leuchtturm and Cambridge Imprint.

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Best pens for Moleskine?

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

Over the last few years, Moleskines have been getting a rough press over the quality of their paper. I've not been a huge lover, to be honest, but then, I'm also one of the few in the world who wouldn't use Field Notes because of the paper quality. So, how bad are Moleskine (and Field Notes) with different pens? And if you're not a fountain pen user, do you even care that the paper doesn't cope with a Conklin Durograph laying down a lake of ink with every stroke? (No, probably not!) Okay, well here are the specs on some Moleskines....

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