|Item Weight||1.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.2 x 6 x 0.8 inches|
|Sheet Size||A5 (5-7/8 x 8-1/4)|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1709|
Miquelrius Soft Bound Medium Journal, 300 Sheets/600 Graph Pages, Blue
|Price:||$17.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $25. Details|
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- Durable soft flexible bound leather-look cover with rounded spine
- 300 graph/grid/quad (sheets) / 600 pages with 4mm squares
- Extra-opaque 70 gr/m2 paper
- Glue-bound, Made in Spain
- 6 x 8.25 inches
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Simple and durable, MiquelRius's soft bound journals are perfect travel companion to write or sketch out concepts and ideas, anytime and anywhere. Each of the 300 graph paper sheets will keep your writing neat and organized. These leather-look journals are glue-bound and squares/grid line pages measure 5mm per square inch.
Top Customer Reviews
But as far as the book itself goes, it's great. I have 27 of them 😁 yeah. 1 for daily use and 26 on backup (exact number that fit on my this end up shelf)
As far as I'm concerned it's the last notebook I'll ever need and I bought more than enough to get me from my ADN degree to Nurse Practitioner. And all of them cost less than taking my boards 😊
The first 182 pages were all that was needed to get me through all of medsurg 3. I really wish I had stumbled on these prior to my last class of Nursing school.
Set it up as a book with a "Omnidex" in the front and a "microdex" for each system related subsection and cross link the info with an infinity sign and the pg number with a rectangle around it and it'll be the best study resource you've ever had (this from a person who used to take his MacBook to every class...)
Also the lihit lab smart fit cover fits it perfectly.
Fine point sharpies bleed through the page on the opposite side to one you're writing on but the sharpies do not bleed through to the next blank page as long as you don't write extremely heavily. I scribbled over one spot over and over, and then the sharpie bled through the next 3 pages. Copic also bleed into the next 3 pages if you hold down to let the ink release a lot. Not particularly a good notebook for coloring. Watercolor also bleeds through but surprisingly does not pill or wrinkle the page much. Very interesting, can be useful for that if you don't mind the 2-3 pages being bled through afterwards.
Overall this notebook is a champ, and I love the cover feel. My first thought after a week of using this..."why waste my time with a moleskine when I could have this?" I could add my own pocket if I liked that element of the moleskine but I don't really care to.
That being said, I love it! The paper is very smooth and can handle my Sharpie Pens and my Papermate Flair M pens, which a lot of my other journals couldn't handle. (If you write hard, go over your lines, or leave the pen in the same spot it'll bleed through almost every paper I've encountered.) The binding seems durable and would only seem to crack if you were to try to force the pages flat, though I'm not that far into it so I'll update if I have issues.
My only complaint is how thin the covers are. 300 pages, and flimsy covers like these? Guess I'll have to buy a journal cover to protect it.
Overall, it's worth it. I plan to buy more to stock up.
Softcover, perfectly bound with what feels like good quality quadrille paper leaves. Haven't used it yet but I'd guess that the paper will bleed inks.
I usually use pencil in these kinds of book, and I keep a large index card inside the book so it can be inserted between pages I've already written on when writing on the other side of the top sheet. That way the lead only transfers to the card, not the previously written pages. I guess you could resolve to use only one side of the paper and use the same trick to stop two-page bleed with ink too, but I haven't done so.
The book had no odor I could detect, and the spine could be deformed quite abruptly without pages letting go.
If I get less than a five star experience from this book I'll come back and say so, but as of now I'm satisfied.
[EDIT 4/16/16] I just found this exact same item in a Barnes and Noble for half the price, which makes the book a very attractive deal. A wise shopper will check their local B&N first.[/EDIT]