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Moleskine Cahier Journal (Set of 3), Pocket, Ruled, Cranberry Red, Soft Cover (3.5 x 5.5) Diary – February 18, 2009
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As far as the red color specifically: It's rich, not at all garish, without a hint of pink. I can pull it out in the middle of a medical conference without any Hello Kitty stigma.
While these are cheaper than Field Notes, I don't like how the lines on the pages start. To me, it seems too close to the top of the page. Like when you open a notebook upside down...if that makes sense.
But, because that's just my OCD preference, I didn't deduct stars because they are very nice notebooks. One plus that doesn't come with Field Notes is the ability to tear the back pages out if you want. I don't personally do that, but if that's what you're looking for, you can do it with these, but not with Field Notes.
Another benefit of Moleskine vs Field Notes are the color choices. The Field Notes covers are plain unless you subscribe and get random colors, but that was a bit expensive for what I use these for.
So, to recap:
Pros - perforated last pages, color choices, cost, back cover has a pocket that will hold the pages you tore out, or 3x5 index cards
Cons - the lines start too close to the top of the page and make me think it's upside down
Pros of Field Notes - lines start lower on the page...like "normal" paper, the inside cover has places for coordinates, a box to put your contact info, and little box to document the dates the notebook covers. Nothing you couldn't write on the inside of the Moleskine though.
Cons - price, lack of color choices, last pages aren't perforated
If this is something you plan on carrying in a pocket or a purse, check out SHKIRA's cover on Etsy.Read more ›
It's too thin to go in your back pocket and not get wrecked. It's passport size not passport-bulletproof.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's a Moleskine, what more is there to say?! They are the best notebooks hands down!Published 13 days ago by fencingmom
The covers are not as sturdy as the ones I used previously. I hope this is not a change in product design because it is not for the better.Published 14 days ago by Amazon Customer
Nice little pocket books. I like that I can easily tear our the pages if I need to. They are pretty much the size of a Word notebook and an idea collective pocket book. Read morePublished 26 days ago by IG
Good for the price. They get beat up really easily in your back or front pocket but that's a consequence to the soft cover. Hard Cover version in the back pocket is a little rough.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great little notebooks. Wish the pocket in the back was just a tad sturdier, but these are quite useful.Published 2 months ago by Conchobara
These are great to throw in my purse and make lists, etc. I was expecting them to have more pages, but they are good enough for my purposes.Published 3 months ago by Cara
Always a great product from Moleskine. Doesn't take as much abuse as the hardbacks but that's to be expected.Published 5 months ago by Erik Marcus