Paw Prints — Poach my Lobster

8 to 1: round two - Clairefontaine Deco v Poach My Lobster

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

In my last post, I started a giant medium-sized notebook play-off, pitting pairs of notebooks head-to-head, to find an ultimate winner (in my humble opinion).

This time, it's the turn of the Clairefontaine Deco against the Poach My Lobster notebook. Now, for some of the pairings, I'm not entirely sure it's an even fight (but they were randomly pulled out of hat, so don't blame me!). Today however, it's a tough one. They each have their strengths and weaknesses and to some extent, are designed for entirely different purposes. But, Stu made me do this, so here we go!

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

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

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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Chameleon

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

I'm coming across all corporate and thrusting. What notebook to carry for a week business trip. One that is conservative with a touch of quirky. And which pen to use?

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Being kind to lobsters...

Posted by Scribble Monboddo on

When I got back from testing the Nomads at the beach I was still humming a certain ditty by the B-52s when this beauty popped through the letterbox - and Nero had me in howls of laughter once more...

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Getting to know Louise Tucker of 'Poach my Lobster'

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

Smart cookies that you are, you will have spied 'Poach my Lobster', our newest range at Nero's Notes. A lovely form factor with fountain pen friendly paper, there are great edition to the range. (And to Stuart's desk.) We thought we'd find out a little more about the brains behind the brand, Louise Tucker... What’s behind your concept? I love all things to do with print, paper and food; in my other life I edit cookbooks, write a food blog (wtfdoieattonight.com) and am an avid cook. So, a few years ago I started a small publishing company, called Poach my...

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