|Item Weight||15.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.3 x 5.7 x 0.7 inches|
|Item model number||344791|
|Number of Items||1|
|Sheet Size||5.75 by 8.25 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||344791|
Leuchtturm1917 Classic Hardcover Squared Medium Notebook Emerald
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- Medium hard covered notebook with squared paper
- Includes 249 numbered pages
- Lays flat and includes a table of contents
- Notebook measures 5.75 by 8.25 inches
- Color: Emerald
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Designed in Germany this Emerald Medium sized notebook by Leuchtturm 1917 measures 5.75 by 8.25 inches and contains 249 numbered pages of bleed-proof, acid free gridded paper. Made with the highest quality materials and an easy to wash hard cover, each book is thread bound and opens flat for easy note taking. Additional features include a blank table of contents, stickers for labeling and archiving, 8 perforated, detachable sheets, expandable inner pocket and page marker.
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Top customer reviews
Potential downside I can see is that the extra width and weight may bother some who carry notebooks in small pockets or bags, but this has not been a problem for me at all. In fact, I like the heft.
I also included a page picture, the square size exactly matches standard graph paper (same as Moleskine).
My first reaction to the Lechtturm was that it was a little bit wider and thicker than the equivalent Moleskine, the Lechtturm's finish on the paper is smoother which makes it feel nicer than the Moleskine, and the printing of the Lechtturm is clearly superior.
The grid size is identical between the two but where Moleskine just prints a grid covering the entire page in such a way that the squares along the edges of the paper are cut off to varying degrees, the Lechtturm is more precisely printed with a nice header at the top for the date and/or title of the page and includes page numbers. The slightly wider page isn't much of a difference but it does offer a little extra real estate for writing/drawing which is nice. The Lechtturm's ink is slightly lighter than the Moleskine's also. It's a minor difference and the poor lighting in the pictures I'm uploading don't do it justice but the Lechtturm's ink is easily dark enough to use as a guide but light enough that it doesn't overwhelm pencil and becomes almost invisible in comparison to writing in dark inks such as those from gel, felt tip or fountain pens.
I love that the Lechtturm has two ribbons. I regularly use one to mark the current blank page where my next notes are going to go while using the other to mark diagrams or notes I will need to repeatedly turn to for reference.
Since I generally keep my work notebooks for years, I love having the table of contents and the numbered pages. I also love that the Lechtturm comes with labels for the spine and cover of the notebook. I've generally been using a Sharpy to write notebook titles on the spine and cover when I archive them. The labels will look a cleaner and making writing neatly easier (hand labeling notebook spines isn't conducive to my best printing). The labels fit neatly in the pocket in the back of the notebook so I don't need to worry about losing them.
The only point where I find the Moleskine better is that it has a very slightly thicker cover. I still find I'm easily able to write in the Lechtturm while holding it (as opposed to laying it on a table/desk) with no problem and I don't think I would have even noticed it if I hadn't specifically compared the two covers.
Overall, none of the differences between the Moleskine and the Lechtturm are huge but all things considered the Lechtturm is definitely the nicer of the two and is a buck or two cheaper at the time of this review.
- Two page marker ribbons
- Slightly larger, but still compact
- A little less ink bleed-through
- Page numbers
- An index up front
- A few tear-out sheets in the back
- Slightly wider line spacing, which can be helpful if you need reading glasses
Overall, I like the Leuchtturm a little better. However, the line spacing in this notebook is more narrow which is tough for me. But that's not quite enough pop a reason for me to go back to Moleskine. Both great notebooks. Depends on what features (or not) you want your notebook to have.
Nevertheless, when it's time to replace my bullet journal, I will likely return to this one because I do so love the setup, size, and feel of the volume when I hold it.
Its a perfect size for carrying around in a purse, about the size of a kindle or iPad mini. I just bought the pen loop as well, because I'm tired of trying to find a pen when i want to jot down a few notes on the go. The small pocket at the back is handy for carrying a few sheets of paper, or a very slim 6" ruler.
Overall great notebook - very pleased and would purchase again.