|Item Weight||1.57 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.5 x 0.75 x 9.88 inches|
|Item model number||S05033|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||S05033|
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Moleskine Cahier Journal, Soft Cover, XL (7.5" x 9.5") Plain/Blank, Black, 120 Pages (Set of 3)
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- MOLESKINE CAHIER: This 7.5 x 9.5 plain journal has a flexible heavy-duty customizable cardboard cover, a pocket for loose notes & visible stitching on the spine. The last 16 sheets are detachable.
- CLASSIC DESIGN: The Cahier Journal is a favorite among avid notetakers. Its cardboard cover makes it ideal for customization—script a favorite quote, sketch a portrait or simply give it a name.
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Cahier Journals are flexible paper companions for everyday notes and ideas. Available in handy packs of 3, they allow you to catalog and develop different projects, tasks and plans.
Cahiers are lightweight, flexible, everyday journals with customizable covers.
Visible Singer stitching, natural colors and tactile raw cardboard add a handcrafted feel to your writing.
The last 16 sheets are detachable and there is a pocket for loose notes.
|Cahier Journals||Volant Journals||Classic Notebook Collection||PRO Collection|
|Ideal For||Note-taking, Journaling, A daily diary, Sold in packs of 3 or 4||Note-taking, Journaling, A daily diary, Sold in packs of 2||Note-taking, journaling, daily diary||Increased productivity, Efficient note taking|
|Layout||Ruled, plain, dotted or squared||Ruled or plain||Ruled, plain, dotted or squared||Custom professional layout|
|Size||Pocket: 3.5" x 5.5", Large: 5" x 8.25", XL: 7.5" x 9.75"||XS: 2.5" x 4.25", Pocket: 3.5" x 5.5", Large: 5" x 8.25"||Pocket: 3.5" x 5.5", Medium: 4.5" x 7", Large: 5" x 8.25", XL: 7.5" x 9.75"||Large: 5" x 8.25", XL: 7.5" x 9.75", XXL: 8.5" x 11"|
|Paper Grade||70 G/M²||70 G/M²||70 G/M²||100 G/M²|
|Cover Type||Flexible cardboard cover||Soft cover||Hard cover or soft cover||Hard cover, Flexible cardboard cover|
|Number of Pages||Pocket: 64 Pages each, Large: 80 Pages each, XL: 120 Pages each, XXL: 120 Pages each||XS: 56 Pages each, Pocket: 80 Pages each, Large: 96 Pages each||Pocket: 192 Pages, Large: 240 Pages, XL: 192 Pages, Reporter: 192 Pages, Expanded: 400 Pages||Large (Hard): 240 Pages, Large (Soft): 192 Pages, XL: 192 Pages, XXL: 192 Pages|
The Moleskine Cahiers are journals with a flexible heavy-duty writable cardboard cover in black with visible stitching on the spine. The last 16 sheets are detachable and there is a pocket for loose notes. Each set of 3 pieces includes the Moleskine history. With acid free paper and plain pages.
- Layout: Plain Paper
- Dimensions: 7-1/2" x 10"
- Color: Black
- Pages: 120; last 16 Pages are detachable
- Flap with space for collecting loose notes.
- Paper Weight: 70 gsm/47 lb.; FSC Certified Paper; Acid-Free (pH Neutral)
- Set of 3
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|Item Dimensions||7.50 x 0.75 x 9.88 inches||7.63 x 0.50 x 10.00 inches||5.20 x 1.00 x 8.20 inches||8.50 x 11.00 x 0.50 inches||8.50 x 0.83 x 11.75 inches|
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For example, I'm a literary studies major and one of my profs requires a reading journal. I have to turn in the whole thing several times a semester. I had purchased a Moleskine planner (because it had Peanuts characters on it, mainly) and fell in love with the smooth, supple paper and narrow ruled lines. I thought I might try the cahier journals because they are not terribly expensive in the kraft paper version. I had my husband, an artist, decorate the covers.
They are perfect notebooks. Great size, sturdy, well-sewn, lay flat, the lines are beautifully narrow, the paper is luxuriously smooth and thin without being too thin, and in general they are a joy to write in. Definitely worth about $5 a piece or more.
I use a Bic Atlantis pen which is extremely smooth-writing so these two together - each stroke of the pen is like a stick of buttah.
I was on board until I actually started working in it. Unfortunately I sketched out a number of pages in pencil before doing any ink work. And that's where things crumbled. This is one of the worst notebooks for ghosting. A simple ballpoint pen not even pressed hard ghosted terrible. Forget about using any coloring or non ballpoint pens. These wound up being absolutely worthless for me.
If you want clean pages where you can't see the previous page's design clear as day avoid these!
I typically use pencils or gel pens with these journals, and although there is no real bleed-through I do see “shadows” of the previous page's work on the back of the paper. I don't necessarily want much thicker pages though since that would add a lot of bulk to the whole journal.
The graph paper on this for some reason makes me feel more sane when studying (I have used it for language study). If you need an affordable set of three, these are great, though. I'd rate them 5 stars overall, but lower stars compared to Mnemosyne.
The issue I have is I write with G2 gel pens I don’t think I can mention the specific manufacturer, but they are a top brand. The pens work fine on most every media I’ve used...but not on the Moleskins.
You’ll be writing along just fine, then your writing disappears like you’re writing on wax or something. I thought maybe it was finger prints or something I was doing so I took out a fresh journal & put a spare piece of paper under my palm placement. Same issue.
Your mileage may vary with other writing utensils, but I’ve got 6-8 moleskins that are useless too me.
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I'm a fountain-pen user, and Moleskine's notebooks are never wonderful from that perspective - but this paper holds up relatively well (depending upon colour) with only a modest amount of bleed-through. If these notebooks used paper of a similar quality to Clairfontaine, Rhodia or even Leuchtturm, then it would be a five-star. It's surprising that Moleskine appear to almost entirely ignore the community of fountain-pen users.
I wish I'd come round to these sooner. They are a rich navy cover which has lovely soft texture and a great smell (surely I'm not the only one who sniffs these things). The paper is a lovely cream colour, thick enough to stop bleed through of most of my pens, including my inky Staedtler Triplus Fineliners.
I would recommend these to anyone. They are ideal weight to carry around and are really good quality.
In addition, the plain cover means I am not prone to *saving* the journals for something special for fear of spoiling it by just using it. Some more ornate notebooks discourage casual usage by their beauty. This is workmanlike and practical.
They don't easily wear and have enough space for substantial notetaking.
I use these for taking ALL my notes in my law degree. I use one per module and each one has lasted about a term despite being super lightweight and thin.
Will definitely be using these for the duration of my studies.
Their real strength is their size. A large notebook allows you to get plenty of details onto a single page, but can be inconvenient to cart around. A small notebook is convenient to carry, but not so convenient when you need to record plenty of details.
These cahiers get the trade-off about right: plenty of paper to get the details down yet small enough to remain convenient in tight places like a crowded bus when you want to revise.
I have had the brown covered cahiers in the pasand loved them.I had thought that all of the pages of this new type were perforated which would have been so useful. I bought 6 altogether thinking that they would be! I have bought a MOLESKINE ball pen and it is great to use. I would love to use my LLamy fountain pens but the ink goes through the paper - which is fine if you don't mind writing on just one side of a sheet.
I wonder if MOLESKINE would make a notebook with perforations throughout?
Nice ruling that's pretty close together; lovely colour paper; and great quality that even with my italic fountain pen and wrt ink is only just visible when you turn the page.