Petit Punnet notebook covers

Petit Punnet Notebook Review

Petit Punnett is a small British company that makes a range of products featuring fascinating geometric designs. Having noticed them on Twitter I contacted them to see if they could send me some notebooks to review. Thank you to Petit Punnet for letting me look at these items. These are[…]

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Atoma and Arc Notebook Systems

When my illustrious United Inkdom colleague Mr. S Monboddo sent me a customised Atoma/Rhodia notebook, my interest was piqued. Here was a notebook system that had the potential to be everything I needed it to be for work. Specifically, for my work, I want all these things: pages I can[…]

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Whitelines Pocket Notebook Mini-Review

Whitelines is a Swedish company making a range of paper products featuring white lines on a grey background. This is a mini-review of their pocket notebook. Size: 9cm by 14cm (3.5″ by 5.5″) Price: £7.95 (UK) for three Pages: 48 Cover: thick card (not sure of the weight, sorry) Paper:[…]

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Field Notes Cherry Graph front cover bending

Field Notes Cherry Graph Notebook Mini-Review

There’s no denying the Cherry Graph notebook is an amazing creation. The covers are made with an incredibly thin piece of real cherry wood. It’s an engineering marvel and it looks beautiful. Price: £8/$10 for three Size: 9cm by 14cm (3.5″ by 5.5″) Pages: 48 Ruling type: grid Paper: 75gsm/50lb[…]

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Forest Choice Medium Flex front cover

Forest Choice Medium Flex Notebook Review

Forest Choice notebooks are made by Palomino, of (modern) Blackwing fame. They’re cardboard-covered pocket books, a segment with rather a lot of competition. Do they stand out? Size: 13cm by 21cm (5″ by 8.25″) Price: $13 (for a three-pack) Pages: 80 Cover: cardboard Paper: 70gsm Ruling: plain, ruled or squared[…]

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