|Brand Name||Field Notes|
|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.5 x 3.5 x 0.2 inches|
|Item model number||FN-01|
|Material Type||Graph Paper|
|Number of Items||3|
|Sheet Size||3.5-x-5.5-inch inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||FN-01|
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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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Field Notes, Original Kraft Graph 3-Pack contains 3, 3.5 X 5.5, 48 page 3/16 (5mm) graph paper memo pads in the Original Field Notes design. Perfect for planning, notes, doodling or whatever else inspires you!
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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.
Comparing this to Moleskine, I soon noticed a number of differences. Now, I use a fountain pen a lot. The Moleskine is superior for writing with a fountain pen. The Moleskine paper is a bit more thick and has a deeper ivory or yellow tone that's easy on the eyes and more pleasing in my opinion. The Field notes are a plain white. The paper is superior to dime store pads, of course. But not the quality of Moleskine. At least not in my opinion.
Field Notes do not have many pages. But, that's one reason I bought them. I wanted a slim notebook that was lightweight and not bulky.
Of course, The Field Notes are just stapled and not the quality product of Moleskine. There's no getting around that fact. But, I find the Moleskine pad too bulky to carry around in my small bag and to deal with when I'm out. So, I take the Field Notes book and it works fine. I use a pencil or my Tornado pen with it and it's suitable. It's more of a notebook for informal items and items of lesser importance to me. Not client notes or story ideas, article ideas or ads. For that, I turn to Moleskine.
So, I guess it depends on what you want to use the notebook for and how you plan on using it. It depends on what writing instrument you use and whether or not you intend to file the notebooks. I don't see myself filing the Field's notes but I do keep my Moleskine notebooks from year to year. As a minimalist, that may not be a great idea but I like to refer back to them from time to time for a number of reasons. Perhaps a note I made on a client or a note I made about something at a certain time.
Of course, these are things one can get an app for. So, you may prefer to keep your records that way. I do keep many digital records. But, as I say, I prefer to write with a pen when I really want to get my thoughts down. For example, I often create the first draft of a radio commercial in one of my notebooks using a pen. Then I go to the computer and finish it.
So, I recommend Field's Notes as a basic, easy-to-carry simple note pad. But, if you really want a keeper of your thoughts and ideas and a pleasing writing experience that's easy on the eyes, go with Moleskine. For the record, both notebooks will bleed through. Perhaps with pencil they're not so bad but using any ink instrument, including ball point, you'll find bleed through. Just something you may have to live with.