|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||10.5 x 0.8 x 8.4 inches|
|Item model number||05748|
|Cover Material||Paper board|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||Pack of 1|
|Lines Per Page||31|
|Manufacturer Part Number||05748|
Mead Three-Subject College-Ruled Spiral Notebook, 1 Notebook, Color May Vary (05748)
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- College Ruled
- White Paper
- 120 pages
- Customer will receive one notebook in any of the following colors: blue, red, green and light blue. Color is random and cannot be chosen at this time.
- White Paper, Three-Subject College-Ruled Spiral Notebook
- College Ruled notebook
- 120 pages per notebook
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A Mead® Spiral® notebook is an essential school item. It is a commonly used basic notebook as it appears on many back to school lists.
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I write fiction and still like to do it long hand. Based on that, I'm very picky about my notebooks, down the number of pages I prefer to buy in the notebook. I have a fit if someone tears a page out without asking.
I've tried other notebooks, but either this covers were made of plastic which cut me when I didn't expect it, which meant I had to cut off the corners, they had perforation that got in the way or made my precious pages fall out, they had holes that were hard to work around, or they had awkward and hard to kill dividers.
Since I like tearing out the brown dividers and the dividers are thin, really helps me out.
Since there are no holes in the notebook, my pinky doesn't crash into it.
Since there is no perforation on the pages, unlike most Five Star, the pages don't get pulled out. (And no one has a temptation to pull out the pages, especially when it has no holes.)
Since it's college rule, I save money for the page and the blue lines are dark enough so I can see them.
Since the pages in the spiral are punched evenly along the line and far enough in, the pages turn both evenly and don't start to tear out. When I do want to tear them out in frustration, they tear with a satisfactory sound. Also, I tend to hold up the notebook by the single page and they don't tear even then, making the paper fairly sturdy. (Mead has improved this over the years, much to my personal satisfaction)
And no offense to people who like recycled paper, but my notebooks wouldn't hold the pencil well on recycled paper. (I recycle by composting it these days instead.) Since I did math in my notebooks, I often had trouble with erasing on recycled paper and also getting it to hold the line. I also don't have a light hand when it comes to writing.
There was a complaint that these notebooks don't stand up to the test of time. They do. I have notebooks from when I was 13 when I was writing every day. While the writing in them now sucks in my eyes, the notebooks themselves have held up fine. The other notebooks I have had (Topflight) fell apart due to perforation, their pages clogged such that I couldn't turn them, the spiral part came apart, such that I had to transfer much of the material by hand to a Mead notebook instead.
The Five Star notebooks I have are bulky (Don't fit neatly into my purse/bookbag/carrying vessel), they have sharp corners that cut me when I used to fall asleep with my notebooks--so it was unpleasant waking up with a cut in the middle of the night. (I like writing at night and often would write in bed.) There were often extra dividers I really didn't need--such as a calendar, notebooks with pockets, which when I pulled out, ruthlessly, bent the spiral. And when they got abused--which I was apt to do with notebooks, often the large spiral would bend out of shape because it was too large for the notebook, making it hard to turn the pages. And I hated the plastic covers. (Seriously--paper cut is one thing, but getting cut with plastic is another.) My other complaint about Five Star was that often the lines would be faint, so when I was working on my homework at night, I couldn't see the lines, even by light--the lines also had a tendency to fade over time. (I have no idea if Mead fixed this at all in the newer versions, but it was a pain in the butt since I liked to buy ahead.)
I am now in my 30's and that makes for over 20 years of experimentation. I've seen every experimentation Mead has tried with their notebooks since I was little (They once sold bright pink covers on the 200 denomination, you know). And my only conclusion is this type of notebook is for me. It comes with me everywhere. It has been thrown, stepped on, rained on, and pummeled. I do have to say that I am sad that Mead has thinned down on the back and front cover over time (Mostly the back cover--a thick back cover is useful). It used to be much thicker and sturdier material. Also that the distribution of this type of notebook is harder to find these days--Office Max, Office Depot, Staples? Anyone? But, for me, it beats every other notebook I've tried on market--and I've tried them all.
And this notebook has white paper inside of it. Numbers could be written down on the paper like they sometimes are. Good price to buy to have in car or office. Handy notebook, so keep several for different topics. High quality pockets for all of the money that you can buy! Quality binding, good paper, plenty of pages.
These are good binders. These sheets are for those who like their notebooks to write on each side of the paper. These are well worth, nice, and are large. These are high quality and will last forever. They have other colors too. You can write a syllabus or handout. It is designed to be like a must for people like me.
These are well worth notebook prices. I like them for the money you will spend. If drawing some fashion designs or other designs in the notebooks, you will find a perfect one the price- so treat yourself! Or you can put some notes onto the pages like I use them for. You can use another of them pages to compose some music or for making upcoming project notes for you. Very good value for it. I'm sure you'll swear by these.
And check out their colors! Into them You can insert notes or drawings, both the same. These are well worth it, more than in some notebooks. You can sketch in these most interesting, helpful notebooks. The paper is good to make notes on. Or you can practice writing on the blue lines. It is perfect. It will keep nice and flat in a bookbag.