|Item Weight||6.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.5 x 3 x 8.2 inches|
|Item model number||73703|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||73703|
Mead Spiral Notebooks, College Ruled, 70 Sheets, Assorted Colors, 12 Pack (73703)
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- Includes twelve, 1-subject, spiral bound notebooks with assorted color covers; colors received may vary
- 70 sheets of double-sided college ruled paper
- Spiral bound with spiral lock to prevent snags
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It's back to basics with this 12 pack of Mead spiral notebooks that you can take with you in or out of a binder. Each notebook is 1 subject, contains 70 sheets, and is college ruled. Covers come in an assortment of colors, color received may vary.
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Top Customer Reviews
So why only 3 stars?
(1) The paper is really thin, almost tissue- paper thin. Everything I wrote with noticeably dented the sheet underneath the one I was writing on. I could even see some slight dents in the next sheet down. Turn the sheet I wrote on over to work on its backside, and the surface is markedly dented.
(2) I would be hesitant to store these sheets in a 3-ring binder for fear that they would too easily tear out.
(3) A month or so ago, I bought a package of cheap notebook paper for taking notes on that I will like throw away, and the sheets of this notebook paper seem to be about twice the thickness as the Mead paper.
(4) The covers are also thin and floppy, including if you fold the front cover around to the back of the back cover. You still need a hard, flat surface to write on.
Bottom line: If you don't mind cheap, thin paper and do not plan on saving what is written on it for a number of years, I say go for it. On the other hand, if you refer thicker paper and want to preserve your notes, I would look for a better quality paper. You'll pay a bit more, but you'll likely be happier.
I go back ages with them and am still working through a stash of hard and soft-cover drawing pads I accumulated over the years.
Back in August I grabbed a bunch of TopFlight clones of these notebooks at the supermarket on sale for thirty cents a pop and I'm surprised to see they clearly beat these Meads where it counts most:
Both notebooks contain 70 sheets of three hole, tear out sheets (and both, fortunately, are not too easy to tear out).
The cover and rear cardboard of both brands are comparable in color and weight - although the Mead has a back coating similar to hard clipboards that may or may not resist liquid contact better.
The pages themselves appear similar in weight and overall dimension. Both books are standard 10 1/2 x 7 1/2. The TopFlights incorrectly say 8 inches on the cover for width.
But the TopFlights have 33 lines versus 31 lines for the Meads.
I suppose if you're a fan of large headers this is a plus, but I'm a list-maker so I'll take more lines hands down.
The page area to the right of the red border is about 1/4" wider in the TopFlights than the Meads.
But most decisive for me, the red vertical border and blue horizontal lines are considerable darker and sharper in the Topflight than in the Meads.
They're not ridiculously dark and distracting, as in some cheap brands, but the Meads are just too pale for my taste.
This is okay weight paper. One thing I don't like about it is that the lines are faint, but perhaps only to me. It's medium or 'college' ruled, which means that the lines are 9'32nds apart.
These are really useful for students that don't want to tote a lot of large notebooks around. At our schools students have to have a 2 or 3-inch notebook per subject. This can add up to a lot of weight. Our kids carry these types of smaller notebooks with them. Then when they fill them up they pull the pages out and put them in the larger notebooks.
To that end these pages are perforated and have holes.
I love buying things in bulk. There's no price given yet. If it's good they'll have my business in the future.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are your standard spiral notebooks. There's nothing wrong with them and nothing special about them either. They are college ruled with 70 pages. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Sumayyah
Great price for a great product! Will be buying next semester as well.Published 8 days ago by Shannon B.
Maybe it's just me, but paper quality seems to be going downhill in the notebook world. These seem somewhat thinner, and they are tougher to tear out cleanly. Read morePublished 1 month ago by LAURI CRUMLEY COATES
I like to have as many Notebooks around as possible because I take notes for everything in my life. These are really well made, they are sturdy and have enough pages in them to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shirley Priscilla Johnson
So, I'm not super fussy when it comes to notebooks (pens are an entirely different story). For the start of the semester, I tend to purchase Five Star 3 subject notebooks because... Read morePublished 2 months ago by endlesswonderofreading
These are great notebooks to use for each class your student might be taking. 70 perforated sheets per book. Quality paper and the binding is strong. Read morePublished 2 months ago by KMP
These are good notebooks that have spiral holes and perforated lined pages. Should do the job for students who want this sized spiral notebook for various subjects. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Craig Stephans
Mead Spiral Notebooks.
They are what you think they are: 70 sheets of college ruled paper, bound by wire, perforated at the edges. Read more
These are pretty great notebooks. I have several I use for work. They're sturdy, have lots of pages, and are quite affordable. Read morePublished 3 months ago by C R Swanson