|Item Weight||5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.5 x 0.6 x 6 inches|
|Item model number||LB11|
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|Sheet Size||3-1/2 x 6|
|Manufacturer Part Number||LB11|
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- Numbered pages and blank table of contents for easy organization and notes
- Thread-bound opens flat
- Acid-free and ink proof paper, expandable pocket inside back cover, page marker and elastic closure
- Stickers for labeling and archiving
- 185 numbered pages, 8 perforated pages, 3.5 x 6 inches
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Leuchtturm helps you get organized with numbered pages and a blank table of contents in each book and a set of stickers for the cover and spine that allow for clear labeling and archiving. High quality 70 gsm paper ensures that fountain pens and roller balls can be used without bleeding through the page.
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|Item Dimensions||3.5 x 0.6 x 6 in||3.5 x 0.6 x 6 in||3.5 x 0.6 x 6 in||5.75 x 0.67 x 8.25 in||5.91 x 3.54 x 0.66 in||—|
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Enter the Leuchtturm1917. I ordered one to check it out (and it arrived within a few days of the order). This is the closest thing I have found to a pocket Moleskine in size (the Leuchtturm is just a hair wider and taller, still fits well in those same pockets), width of rule (almost exactly the same as the Moleskine -- same number of lines per page, too), and overall look (I'm partial to black covers). It's got the ribbon and the pocket in the back. The feel of the cover is almost exactly the same as the hard cover Moleskine. The ruled lines are a little lighter than in the Moleskine -- I like that fainter line. All pluses! The paper color is slightly whiter (I prefer the creamier color of the Moleskine) and the cover just a bit more flexible (I prefer the stiffer cover of the Moleskine, but there's not enough difference in the Leuchtturm to put me off). The Leuchtturm has perforated pages in the back (which I don't mind but have no use for since I put post-its on the back inside cover for detachable notes, plus a few loose sheets into the pocket for leaving notes for people). I guess I'd prefer not to have the perforations since I use the notebook as a permanent record and worry that the sheets will fall out with use and reference -- but they seem to stay tight so far. The already numbered pages are nice (though I just start my Moleskine by going through and writing numbers at the top -- no big deal though some don't like having to do that), as is the table of contents section -- total number of pages (front and back), counting TOC and other un-numbered pages is exactly the same as the pocket Moleskine at 192.
Where the Leuchtturm excels is in the paper quality. It really is true that you can use wetter inks without bleed-through! I experimented with Noodler's Bad Blue Heron, which just won't work with a Moleskine, and it has no bleed-through at all in the Leuchtturm. So the range of fountain pen inks I can use is broader (though I haven't explored a huge range, nor gone beyond my EFP). But it does take longer for the inks to dry in the Leuchtturm and smearing is a risk (I handle this with a blotter page cut to fit the notebook). There is show-through on the inks, though, about the same and maybe even a very tiny bit worse than the Moleskine -- could be the lighter paper color?
All in all, my own feeling is that the Leuchtturm is an alternative to Moleskine worth exploring. I don't think it's the slam-dunk victor in the comparison. Depends on what features are important to you. For me, the pros and cons of each, where they differ, makes them roughly equal for me and my needs -- which is to say that they are both very good for my uses. They both get top rating from me and I'll probably use both (I don't worry about price difference though Leuchtturm is a better bargain -- at the rate I go through a notebook, I hardly feel it anyway). Leuchtturm seems to be made by a family-run company and that's appealing, too. If they would stiffen the cover, use a more off-white color, get rid of the hump so it lies flatter, and drop the perforations I would give them the clear edge over Moleskine. For now, it's really nice to know of two brands that I find pretty close to perfect, each missing that perfection in their own minor ways (and none that bother me).
With some of my really wet pens & inks I will see feathering and bleed-through. Especially with vintage flex pens. But those are fringe cases. The paper in this notebook is resilient to most reasonable fountain pens, even with broad nibs (though there's not much room to write with a B nib in a pocket notebook).
I wish Leuchtturm's Master was made this well.
I love the index because I use one notebook at a time for everything: lists, journaling, random character notes. The index and page numbers transforms the chaos.
I have filled several of these and will keep buying as long as they are available.
I'd buy it again.