Paw Prints — Review

8 to 1: round three - Midori v Palomino

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

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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Field Notes Group 11

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

"Elementary, dear Watson. Elementary." The folk at Field Notes were excited about their Limited Edition, Elemental. Read here - what happened. That FN made such a hand-brake turn so as not to sherlock (see what I did there? Scrib will be proud) a small creator is, frankly, heartwarming. I backed the Kickstarter, and very much enjoy the notebooks, by the way. So - Group 11.* This Field Notes Quarterly limited edition gets its name from the position of the elements copper, silver, and gold in the Periodic Table. “Group Eleven” features three standard Dot-Graph Memo Books. But aside from the size,...

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Port West

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

Port West. A hard cover A5, made with recycled and recyclable paper, here, in good old Blighty. Ship it in.

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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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Endless Recorder for Bullet Journalling

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

The Endless Recorder is a superb notebook, with the features of Tomoe - and the downsides. Genuinely, the dry time doesn’t bother me too much, as I seldom need to refer back too much, and using a fountain pen is, for me, one of life’s few pleasures that aren’t bad for me.

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