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48 of 48 people found the following review helpful
on October 25, 2008
Excellent alternative to the heavier full-size (same length/width dimensions, with more sheets). These are light-weight, easier to carry in pocket without adding bulk. The rear flap pocket is useful; i carry cash & a credit card there, and no longer carry a wallet, just the notebook. Fits perfectly in shirt pocket.

However, as noted on the front packaging, "64 lined pages, last 16 sheets detachable". This is somewhat confusing. The last 32 pages (16 sheets) are detachable, namely half of notebook. I find this less than ideal, as the sheets are perforated & so can be prone to detaching on their own (when un-wanted), especially if you don't fill up the notebook very fast & are carrying it around a while. Also, the detachable sheets are a little less convenient to write on, as they do not lay flat, but pop up at the point of the perforation.

Would like to see this notebook in all non-detachable pages; or fewer detachable pages; or pages that less easily detach. Otherwise, excellent product.

update, October 2011

I see another reviewer below finds the notebook does not stand up to the rigors of everyday use. My experience has been otherwise. The current notebook has not filled up very fast at all, as i've started using also index cards. Anyways, the point is, it is over a year old, and the cover is very worn. Although the cover has ripped away from the binding at the bottom front, this is less than an inch, and most importantly, the cover is not falling off, but remains pretty sturdily in place. It certainly looks worn, and has elicited the comment that it looks like what Indiana Jones carries around.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Ah, moleskines. Ridiculously overpriced, but just enough better in quality and simplicity to get bought anyway. I mistakenly combined them with a fisher bullet pen, and now am hopelessly addicted. I take the time to cover mine with clear, wide, packing tape. It vastly reduces the wear and tear since I carry mine everywhere and they go in and out of my pocket frequently. It would be nice if they made a waterproof version of this style, since mine tend to get soggy when I'm making notes in the shower.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
on August 25, 2013
so great for notes and journals.

i put one in each car to track mileage, fuel purchases, oil changes, and routine maintenance.

pros:
small enough to fit in pocket
won't fall apart
doesn't look juvenile
you can write on/in it
not a bio hazard

cons:
won't make dinner
can't download apps
won't change the oil
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on July 11, 2014
Great product! They look exactly like the picture. They are nice to have because they fit in my purses for when I'm on the go. I like that a few of the pages can be taken out (only about 10 or so pages are perforated) to make notes and there's a small pocket inside to put notes in. =) The cover is nice and high quality, you can it to make it a cute gift for a friend. Would buy again!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on March 12, 2013
I use the regular pocket moleskines (with the faux leather and elastic band) for journaling at home but these cahiers go with me everywhere. I like the pocket size, the look of the cardboard cover (plain and very low profile), and writing on the pages are as good as it gets. I find it amazingly useful for jotting down quick notes here and there. It takes awhile to fill up the pages, at least for me. My friends jot notes on their phones but I just can't get use to doing that. I like writing stuff and flipping through pages I've written on....but that's just me. These cahiers go in and out of my pocket and in and out of my purse and the cardboard cover holds up well. I'm currently looking for a decent pen I can easily hook to this cahier.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on November 11, 2013
I've been looking for nice sized pocket notebooks for a long time. This is it. I've tried to carry lots of different style small pocket notebooks & these Moleskine notebooks have been the best to carry around in my pockets. What I really like is that I don't even feel the notebook in my pocket. For having 64 pages it's very lightweight & thin. I was somewhat hesitant in buying these notebooks because of the price. In this case you're paying for the quality. Moleskine makes some great notebooks/journals. If you dont mind the price I would recommend these to anybody looking for great quality pocket notebooks.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon June 1, 2013
Nothing is as nice is writing in a moleskine notebook. I don't know what it is about these little books, but they beg to be written in. I bought this little pack of three to carry in my handbag. I make notes of websites I want to check out, addresses or phone numbers I need to remember, things i need to add to my "to do" list, and on and on. My memory takes a beating with all the details I come into contact with each day, and it's a relief to me and my poor brain to have a place to jot it down and put it out of my mind until i need the info. These are small, about the size of my hand, and they tuck into a pocket easily. Easily decorated if you like to do art on your notebooks. In fact, the plain brown cover cries for some artistic endeavor. Nice size, nice notebook.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on May 9, 2012
This is a great little notebook. Fits easily in your back pocket, or a jacket pocket. the pages are perforated so they tear out easily. This notebook bends is and is great for daily use. This is not the notebook for long term things as it will wear out pretty quick in a pocket. But is great at what it is designed for.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on February 2, 2013
Honestly, I almost like these too much. If I liked them any more than I do now, I would not write in them. As it is, I love how portable these are. Good, quality product.
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on January 13, 2013
For years I've carried a small notebook with me wherever I go. It became such a necessity that I started keeping another on my desk for jotting down notes and recording flashes of inspiration. My notebook of choice was the Field Notes brand. It was a perfect size and had a sturdy cover enclosing 48 pages of perfect writing paper. At $10 for a 3-pack, they seemed a bit pricey, but worth every penny to me.

I have also used the hardcover, black-bound Moleskine books for decades. On a whim last year I decided to replace my beloved Field Notes books with the Moleskine alternative. I couldn't be more pleased. They're a dollar cheaper per 3-pack. Each notebook has 16 more pages, stitched instead of stapled, of the same quality as their larger cousins. They're equally sturdy and equally convenient. It's a no-brainer.

Of course, they don't have the hyped prestige of the Field Notes books, and the "in crowd" will likely sneer at your choice. You can use four of the additional 16 pages to write about it -- and still have a dozen more for whatever else you fancy.
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