|Item Weight||9 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.57 x 0.83 x 0.07 inches|
|Item model number||346703|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Material Type||Ink-proof paper (80 g/sqm)|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||346703|
LEUCHTTURM1917 - Official Bullet Journal - Medium A5 - Hardcover Dotted Notebook (Black) - 240 Numbered Pages
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- BULLET JOURNAL: Leuchtturm1917 brings to you a journal with all the quality of a Leuchtturm journal formatted with the Bullet journal method, Track the past, order the present, design the future
- INKPROOF PAPER: Leuchtturm1917 A6 pocket notebooks have 80 gsm paper, which is equatable to 60lb stock, and has 185 numbered pages
- OPENS FLAT: This thread-bound notebook opens flat so you can write and draw at all angles without compromising the integrity of the spine
- FINE DETAILS: Secure your content with the elastic enclosure band and inner gusseted pocket. 3 page markers are included for easy access to specific pages
- QUALITY SINCE 1917: Experience and consistency are important requirements for quality. Quality gives ideas a solid foundation on which they can develop. We are convinced that small details can make a big difference
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From the manufacturer
- 249 numbered pages
- 8 perforated and detachable sheets
- Gusseted pocket
- Blank table of contents and numbered pages
- 2 Page markers
- Elastic enclosure band
- Thread-bound book opens flat Ink-proof paper (80 g/sqm)
- Sticker for labelling and archiving
Notebook Medium (A5), Hardcover, 249 numbered pages
Our Medium notebooks (A5) have 80 g/m² paper and 249 numbered pages. The size and range of colours make them ideal companions for all walks of life. You can choose the perfect notebook from a choice of 17 different colours.
The Original Bullet Journal designed by Ryder Carroll is available exclusively from LEUCHTTURM1917. It helps you organize your daily life and have an overview of your tasks, goals, ideas and thoughts. You can adapt the Bullet Journal to your individual needs and preferences, creating a practical guide for your daily life, studies and business. The Bullet Journal by LEUCHTTURM1917 is available in Medium (A5) format with an elegant embossing. The front and end pages contain explanations and hints to create a perfect Bullet Journal. Size: Leuchtturm1917 Bullet Journal Notebook is 5 3/4 x 8 1/4 inches
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By NM on November 28, 2018
- 3 bookmarks
- Good pocket and strap
- Lots of paper compared to Rhodia
- Not emerald, more like teal (I'm a huge fan of green, this isn't it)
- Low quality paper - shows through, feathering - I wouldn't dream of using my fountain pens on this
- Dots aren't lined up the same on each page, the margins are slightly different throughout chunks of the book
- hardcover is inflexible, I miss just leaving a pen between the pages and strapping it closed
Bottom line: won't buy this brand again
I want to start by admitting that I'm completely new to bullet journaling, and my complaints (aside from the price) are strictly a matter of preference. I thought buying the official Bullet Journal by Leuchtturm would be best because it's structured and provides instructions among a variety of tips and tricks (all of which can be found on YouTube, btw). I quickly learned how limiting and unforgiving this notebook is. If you're a stickler for keeping notebooks relatively clean and organized, you should plan your page layouts out before you begin writing in this journal (especially if you're using pen - recommended, considering pencil smears so easily). Being stuck with a 27x39 dot grid feels a bit small, especially if you want to split pages in half to display all the months in the calendar year - you'll have to write really small and calculate your own measurements if you want to fix all twelve months on two pages. Even if you go with the standard Future Log layout recommended at BulletJournal.com (which I personally find useless), you'll find you have very limited space. I would rather have blank pages and create my own bullets than feel like I have to adjust my writing style to fit a dot grid.
Again, I know this is a matter of preference, but, SAVE YOUR MONEY! Go to a local store and feel out the notebooks there, finding one that fits your preferences and that doesn't cost at least double the standard journal notebook. It's seriously not worth it.
I chose this particular journal because it has three page marking ribbons; plus I'm relatively new to Bullet Journalling and thought the built-in reference info would be helpful.
Some things to note:
1) In this particular journal, the dots are much darker than in my regular (not "Bullet Journal") Leuchtturm1917. Maybe it's just because it's a "Bullet Journal" edition versus just a plain Leuchtturm1917 journal? I write in pencil (prefectionistic tendencies 🙋🏽♀️) and the dots are significantly darker than my other Leuchtturm1917.
2) While it's great to have a designated (& labeled) space for the "Future Log," it's useful only if you follow the Bullet Journal guidelines exactly. I'm a stay-at-home mom and have learned to adapt the Future Log to fit my needs, and everything I need to keep track of for one month will NOT fit into half a page. So for me, the Future Log pages are mislabelled, and for perfectionist me, it suuuuuucks to have useless pages wasted. Point is: if you adhere to a Future Log with your months on half-pages, great. If not, scratch out the "Future Log" label at the top of the pages and do your own thang.
3) Bullet Journal reference section at the end: Great to have if you're new to Bullet Journaling, don't have the book, and/or need it for reference to set up your BuJo. Otherwise, too bad they couldn't just be eight more blank pages on which to journal! :(
4) Key section on the front inside cover is AWESOME! Nice for reference (and even if I don't use the same symbols I can make my own), plus the best part: it doesn't take up any precious journal pages.
5) Like I mentioned, I got this journal in part for the three ribbon page markers. Granted, I don't really use them anymore, but they're great to mark the Index, current Future Log (I set mine up in a two-page spread weekly format), plus hold my current spot in the Daily Log.
Overall: Personally, I'm going to go back to the regular Leuchtturm1917. Even though it only has two ribbon page markers. More blank pages for journalling are more valuable to me.
Top reviews from other countries
Pros: Smart, well made, beautiful to handle, three ribbon bookmarks, well written instructions for newbies that don't spoil the look of the book (subtly printed near the back)
Cons: The paper is too thin - coloured pens show through and it folds up on itself if you're not careful when leaning across a page. My desire to get a little creative with colour and images has gone by the wayside. I would have been so much happier with less pages that were thicker. If I'd realised that this would happen I would have sent it back but as I've started writing in it I assume I can't. Sad.
Auch wenn sich die Seiten toll anfühlen, sie sind hauchdünn und auch qualitative Stifte schmieren auf dem Papier. Wer beispielsweise einen schwarzen Edding 1800 Profipen 0.1 verwendet, kann das (leicht und ohne großen druck) geschriebene drei Seiten später immer noch lesen.
Das Thema mit dem viel zu dünnen Papier scheint bei Leuchtturm ein generelles Problem zu sein und was dieses Bullet Journal betrifft kann ich das nur bestätigen. Mir leuchtet nur nicht ein warum man sich von Herstellerseite für diese Wahl entscheidet. Persönlich wäre mir lieber ein Drittel weniger Seiten (zwecks der Gesamtdicke des Notebooks) dafür aber gutes und dickes Papier.
Wer sich für Bullet Journaling interessiert ist absolut nicht auf dieses Buch angewiesen! Dafür kann man jedes beliebe Heft versenden und Online gibt es auch mehr als genug gratis Texte, Videos und Tutorials.
Die acht Seiten mit Basic-Bullet-Journaling-Info (wirklich Basic! Das 5-min Basic Video auf der Bullet Journal Homepage enthält weit mehr und genauere Infos!) am Ende des Buches rechtfertigen weder die schlechte Qualität der Seiten, noch den vollkommen überzogenen Preis!
Overall, it's good. I do like that it's got everything there to get you started. It's just the thickness of the pages that I feel could be better. As there's a bit of ghosting going on. I use Pigma Micron pens with it, and find that you can definitely see through to the other side of the page. To a degree I don't mind this, as it just makes the book feel properly used, but there are times when I wish it was better.
When I've filled this one up, I may look to another brand with thicker paper than come back here.
Choose your pen wisely - I've got a couple of smudges that are annoying because I didn't have a good pen to start with.
I like the flexibility of setting up a planner in my own style but the information at the back of the book and the key are really useful to get you started on the basics of bullet journaling.