|Item Weight||14.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.3 x 5.7 x 0.7 inches|
|Item model number||344800|
|Number of Items||1|
|Sheet Size||A5 (5-7/8 x 8-1/4)|
|Manufacturer Part Number||344800|
Leuchtturm1917 Medium Size Hardcover Dotted Lemon
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- EXECUTIVE NOTEBOOK OFFERS LOTS OF ROOM FOR JOTTING DOWN NOTES, MEMOS, AND LISTS to help you stay organized
- NOTEBOOK HAS A DURABLE HARD COVER, so you can toss it in your briefcase or bag without worry of bending or damage
- TABLE OF CONTENTS IN THE FRONT OF THE NOTEBOOK lets you organize the notebook's contents for fast reference and the built-in bookmark saves your place
- INCLUDES 249 NUMBERED PAGES, so you can use it for an extended period of time
- LAY-FLAT DESIGN MAKES READING THE CONTENTS EASY and adds efficiency to note-taking
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Designed in Germany this Medium sized notebook by Leuchtturm 1917 measures 5.75 by 8.25 inches and contains 249 numbered pages of bleed-proof, acid free dotted 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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|Item Dimensions||5.71 x 8.27 x 0.74 in||3.54 x 5.91 x 0.66 in||5.7 x 8.3 x 0.87 in||6.42 x 8.19 x 0.71 in||0.67 x 5.75 x 8.25 in||5.71 x 8.27 x 0.74 in|
|Paper Size||A5 (5-7/8 x 8-1/4)||A6 (4-1/8 x 5-7/8)||5.875-x-8.28-inch in||A5 in||5-7/8 x 8-1/4||5.75 by 8.25 inches|
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This one has a pre-printed index or table of contents
Still has the back pocket
It is actually two "dot columns" wider on each side for a total of one extra inch per spread which is sweet for BuJo addicts like me!
I don't notice a ton of difference in "bleed thru". Meaning neither had true bleed thru but you can see the ink somewhat once turning the page. It is very marginally less in this one. (Almost no difference)
The pages are numbered!
This also has 2 bookmarks sewn in and comes with labeling stickers for archival when you have exhausted the pages. Until then just keep them in the pocket! The pocket easily holds my protractor and another small ruler without making the journal feel bulky. Will purchase again!
** note- one of the pictures made me think you could tear out all pages along a perforation. You cannot. Only 8 of them in the back I believe.
The paper feels thicker than the LT917. Lemome has more of an off-white color while L1917 has a creamy color. The ivory pages, thick enough to handle a fine-point sharpie or quality gel-tipped pen, as well as regular ballpoints. I can use my darkest ink and there's nearly no bleed through, only minimal ghosting, and the stuff I'm used to seeing ghosting with, I see NOTHING. The paper is that thick! Also very smooth and wonderful to write on. I was worried, but have trust in this journal..... it's a classic, hardbound numbered dotted paper journal that's a staple for whatever you wish to write.
I strongly recommend that you try to use a thicker paper bujo instead of LT1917 thin paper and you will not regret it!
By the way, they gave me a lot of other little gifts. As it showed in the pictures, it’s not important to me, but my son liked them very much.
Outside of this, the notebook is great, I use a fine point Sharpie pen as my writing instrument of choice and although you can see writing through the opposite side of the page, it doesn't bleed through.
Everything else about this notebook I love, but the fact that the binding came loose, I can't give it higher than 3 stars. I'll post pictures.
Update : 16 Feb 2014.
I felt compelled to update this review and add another star because I absolutely love this notebook! Although the binding did come apart at first, it has held up like a champ after a few months of solid use. I abuse notebooks, they are not hipster accessories to me. I will not go back to Moleskines, I see no reason to. I underestimated how much I appreciate the dots even, they provide guidance so that my notes are not all over place, but are not in the way as to be distracting. Very happy with this notebook!
- Durable seeming cover. I can't truly say "durable" yet, because I felt the need to post a negative review after having the notebook for a week.
- Strap, double bookmark, and pocket features are all nice touches.
- The paper is THIN
- Ink GHOSTS like CRAZY right thru each page, almost completely without regard to what pen I use.
- Even if you don't write on the front and back of each page, YOU WILL CLEARLY SEE content on pages behind whatever page you're writing on.
- For a product whose aim is for people who want to make beautiful, well-organized, clean notes... it shoots itself right in the foot.
I REALLY wanted to like this notebook. I did a good amount of research & spent the money to get what I thought was going to be a premium-level experience... instead I'm sitting here with a $20 notebook that I don't want to use. I should not have to honestly consider the merits of only writing on every 3rd page so that I can have notes that aren't ruined by what's behind them.
I should have stopped to consider, "how could the possibly jam 250 pages into such a small space while still maintaining paper quality?" The answer is they didn't.