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Field Notes, Original Kraft Ruled 3-Pack contains 3, 3.5 X 5.5, 48 page 1/4 (6.5mm) ruled memo pads in the Original Field Notes design. Perfect for notes, doodles or whatever else inspires you!


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By Lars Bergstrom VINE VOICE on March 28, 2013
The paper in these notebooks is a very nice, bright white that works well for pencil users. None of the off-white or recycled paper look that makes pencil fade here! Ballpoint pens also take well to this paper and show up nicely.

The size and sturdiness of these books is also a great balance. It will hold its shape, but also form-fits well enough when put into a pocket.

The only downside to these books is that if you are either a gel ink or fountain pen user, you will be disappointed. Fountain pens go on smoothly enough, but bleed through almost as badly as in Moleskine notebooks (even with XF nibs), meaning you can only write on one side of the pages. Gel ink pens (including Pilot G2 0.5) seem to skip on the slightly-smooth surface, leading to uneven writing.

So, avoid if you're a FP or gel ink user, but otherwise you should be pretty happy with this purchase.
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A good notebook is important to me. As a writer and business owner, I need to take notes frequently and for a number of reasons. And, of course, I like to use a notebook for simple everyday things like lists. I've used digital apps for notes but somehow I prefer analog - plain ol' paper and pen or pencil.

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.
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So I bought these because they were cheap(ish) and people I talked to seem to like them. They're...ok? They have paper, they are "durable" as they are described. It isn't so much that they're indestructible or anything like that, it's more that they can bend and conform to however they end up in your pocket without falling apart. I keep them in my back pocket while I'm at work and they've come away without any damage.
The paper is alright. It takes ink, but I use Pentel Energel pens and the paper is so smooth that I have to be careful not to smear anything so the ink has a chance to dry. It doesn't bother me too much because I don't draw in my notebooks, but it might bother somebody else.
They do their job, I wish they had more pages, and the brand IS overhyped. But a lot of things are.
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I really wanted to like these little notebooks. They look great and I liked all the stuff on the covers (though I could see someone thinking that they are pushing the old-timey shtick way too hard). They just could not stand up to being carried in my pocket on a daily basis. The company passes these off like they are super durable, but I can see now that it is all just marketing. After a couple weeks of light use, the cover started tearing, and just yesterday both covers fell off.

Next time I am either going to go for the cheap spiral bound guy or step it up and get a Moleskine with a more substantial cover.
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They're OK, but more like a disposable notepad than a keeper. They're lighter and thinner than a Moleskine, but that's why you get 3 for the price I assume. It's a good value, but there are better options.
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I really wanted to like these notebooks . I like the way they look and they have a lot of positive reviews . I now know that it is all hype . The paper in these is akin to the very cheapest notebook looseleaf filler you'll find at any store . The paper is thin and any writing on it will result in an impression on the next two pages . The paper has no 'tooth' so a HB ( #2 ) pencil makes a silver gray mark like an H grade pencil . Even high-end ballpoint pens will skip , blob and smear on the page . Look at Moleskine , Rite-In -The-Rain, heck , even Mead composition notepads before you buy this . Hype is not worth anything and these notebooks are nowhere near worth the money .
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Came fast but the material doesn't hold up well
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Hey, they get the job done. However, there is nothing fancy here that makes them stand out, unless you are counting the funny uses they have on the back page. Paper is good, but the notebooks themselves seem a little thin, why not throw a couple extra pages in there to make you feel like you have something somewhat substantial in your pocket. Outside cover is a bit thin as well, but has held up better than expected so far. Not bad but not great.
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