|Brand Name||Field Notes|
|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 1 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||FN-01|
|Number of Items||3|
|Sheet Size||3-1/2 x 5-1/2|
|Manufacturer Part Number||FN-01|
Field Notes Kraft Graph 3-Pack
|Price:||$9.95 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Graph Paper 48-page memo book
- 3 Books per pack - banded and shrink-wrapped
- Three great memo books worth fillin' up with good information
- Made in the USA
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Between the lined, blank, and graph, I have found the graph-ruled Field Notes to be the most practical as they give you some structure for writing and sketching. And while I find the ruling on the lined version to be too close together for any legible on-the-go writing, if you treat every other horizontal line (5mm) on the graph paper as a rule, you get a perfectly practical 1cm between your rows. That's the perfect size for jotting down lists, writing 14-line sonnets, or penning a quick note to yourself.
The only other pocket notebook worth considering is made by a small company called Doane Paper which prints an outstanding grid+lines pattern. That pattern is wide ruled for roughly 1cm between lines which is perfect. The paper is heavier than the Field Notes, which means less bleed-through with bolder rollerball or fountain pens.
UPDATE: Maybe I received a bad lot the first time. I gave them another try because the size is just perfect for my purpose, and lo and behold, the pages stayed where they belong. I still wish the covers were made of a thicker paper, but overall, I am pleased.
There seem to be a lot of questions about pen bleed, so I did a small test with some common pens I have lying around. As you can see in the pictures, the sharpie was the worst (as expected) and all others were about the same except for pencil which was the best.
I'm a senior controls engineer and keeping things in my large notebook has become difficult with all of the moving about that I do. Carrying a small notebook in my backpocket has been the best option I've found so far. I was a long time lover of Moleskine (for personal use), but mixed it up with this assortment of purchases.
1) Field Notes - when I got all three notebooks, this was my favorite at first. The paper is possibly the highest grade (shocking, right?) but the giant "FIELD NOTES" printed on the front wore on me over time. Now I use these for carrying during a hike. I record a few key things just for fun and tracking. I can't recommend these highly enough for outdoor use. They're super rugged, the paper is ultra-high-quality, and they size is perfect. Workers perfectly with my Sharpie Pen with no bleeding or show-through.
2) Moleskine Journals - This is what I ultiamtely ended up carrying for work. Paper is second only to the Field Notes notebook and even there it's close. The pages are perforated and the notebook has a tiny folder in the back for holding loose pages. This makes carrying it all the nicer. I don't have to keep a grand organizational scheme; I write and then sort it out later. Sharpie Pen doesn't bleed or show-through. Cover is unmarked (apart from a small bit of embassed text on the back). The cover is pretty durable, but not nearly as rugged as the Field Notes' cover.
3) Rhodia Pocket Notebook - I wanted to like these but the size is slightly too small. The cover is plain paper. And, althoguh some disagree, the paper quality was the worst. I had slight show-through from my Sharpie Pen but not bleeding. I don't have much else to say about this one since I've used it so little.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
What's not to love? Perfect size notebooks for carrying around without too much weight, and the graph paper is always a favorite. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Heidiology
These notebook stand up to the wear and tear of being in my back pocket every single day. They take that abuse without issue. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Cuncabo
Not as good quality or aesthetically as moleskine. Really dislike the twee faux adventurer type on the inside cover.Published 1 month ago by Brian
Love these notebooks. Keep one on me at all times at work for taking notes.Published 3 months ago by Jeff
Awesome notepad, seems pretty durable. I feel confident that it will hold up to my abuse. Weather it be a quick note/ diagram these things are perfect for your EDC.Published 4 months ago by Robert Carter