|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 1 x 8 inches|
|Item model number||D409B|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||D409B|
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Eccolo World Traveler 6 x 8 Inches Classico Journal, Brown (D409B)
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- Classico Journal in chocolate brown faux-leather
- Padded hard cover has a gold foil embossed design framing a classic fleur-de-lis shield
- Bound journal has 256 lined, acid-free, heavy stock pages
- Pages are edged with gold foil; cover measures 6 x 8 inches
- Section sewn binding keeps pages secure
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Aside from the discrepancy in looks, this journal is decent though not spectacular.
- The burgundy cover is soft and cushiony-thick. It has a subtle leather-like texture and is smooth and rather like plastic than real leather, yet it gives a good grip. I find it very pleasant to hold and touch.
- The fleur-de-lis and golden frame around it are deeply and cleanly embossed in the cover and look nice.
- The gilded page edges go perfectly with the gold detail on the cover.
- The journal will NOT lie completely flat.
- The lines are adequate, neither too dark nor too light (if you want non-intruding lines that make the pages look almost blank, go with certain Peter Pauper Press journals). Line spacing is on the narrow side.
- The papers are smooth but a bit THIN for these journals. They are thicker than the pages in regular Moleskines produced these days, but thinner than those in most other journals I own, including some from Peter Pauper Press and Barnes&Noble Punctuate.
I deducted one star for it being different from the product image (not as classy as the product image) and another star because its papers are on the thin side and it doesn't lie flat.Read more ›
It is worth noting that if this is really handmade, then the discrepancies are likely because the book is unique. It's still a very nice purchase, and much cheaper than where you'd normally find it. I have been afraid to write in it because it is quite a beautiful book regardless of the differences between the pictures and the actual product. I guess the differences just worried me at first because I questioned whether or not the purchase was authentic; after owning it for a while, though, I'm happy enough with the beauty and quality of the book that I am not so concerned about it anymore.
The cover was not exactly like the picture, but still had the fleur-de-lis design and embossing.
The paper is very nice quality, very thick and ink won't leak through.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Being an animal rights activist, I am always on the look out for journals constructed in materials other than leather so I was excited to find this option. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Gramercy Gal
Beautifully bound book made with excellent craftsmanship. The attention to detail is magnificent. Perfect as a gift or for personal use as a journal of book for notation.Published 13 months ago by DSGosha
I was disappointed when I received this journal to see that it was not the same design as pictured, it's missing the helmet and the border design is different as well. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Stephanie Mielke
Looks cheap, not pretty like I thought. Plus I just found similar, nicer ones for half the price at another bookstore. I regret buying it.Published on June 30, 2014 by Amazon Customer
This is honestly a very nice journal, I really like it. The cover is stunning and the gold pages add on to the majestic ways of this journal, well worth the money.Published on May 13, 2014 by MissSmeaver
its not the same as what is shown on their picture.... i ordered a brown one and the burgundy came twice.... not worth it at allPublished on March 20, 2014 by Sheba
I received this in just one day. The faux-leather is super soft. The emblem is smaller than the product picture shows. Read morePublished on February 25, 2014 by Seikusu
This journal is beautiful! it has a strong solid cover with gold foil patterned frame and a Fleur De Lis image with crest pressed into it. Read morePublished on January 5, 2014 by Alin Raven