|Item Weight||0.81 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.5 x 0.5 x 5.5 inches|
|Item model number||S04940|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Number of Items||1|
|Sheet Size||5.5-x-3.5 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||QP413|
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Moleskine Cahier Journal, Soft Cover, Pocket (3.5" x 5.5") Plain/Blank, Kraft Brown, 64 Pages (Set of 3)
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- MOLESKINE CAHIER: This 3.5 x 5.5 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.
- ICONIC NOTEBOOKS FOR EVERY PURPOSE: The story of the iconic Moleskine notebook collection has expanded to include a whole variety of sizes and colors, textures and layouts, and even flexible covers.
- MOLESKINE VERSATILITY: Writers, students, artists, professionals & travelers love our notebooks, planners, pens, bags & accessories. From journals to backpacks, there's a Moleskine product for you.
- MOLESKINE QUALITY: We're dedicated to culture, travel, memory, imagination, & personal identity—both physical & digital. We bring this commitment to our notebooks, bags, apps & smart pens & notebooks.
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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 kraft brown 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: 3-1/2" x 5-1/2"
- Color: Kraft Brown
- Pages: 64; 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||3.50 x 0.50 x 5.50 inches||8.30 x 5.50 x 1.00 inches||3.75 x 0.75 x 5.65 inches||5.25 x 0.63 x 8.25 inches||2.63 x 0.50 x 4.25 inches|
|Paper Size||5.5-x-3.5 inches||A5 inches||—||5-x-8-inch inches||—|
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I'm a senior controls engineer and keeping things in my large notebook has become difficult with all of the moving about that I do. Carrying a small notebook in my backpocket has been the best option I've found so far. I was a long time lover of Moleskine (for personal use), but mixed it up with this assortment of purchases.
1) Field Notes - when I got all three notebooks, this was my favorite at first. The paper is possibly the highest grade (shocking, right?) but the giant "FIELD NOTES" printed on the front wore on me over time. Now I use these for carrying during a hike. I record a few key things just for fun and tracking. I can't recommend these highly enough for outdoor use. They're super rugged, the paper is ultra-high-quality, and they size is perfect. Workers perfectly with my Sharpie Pen with no bleeding or show-through.
2) Moleskine Journals - This is what I ultiamtely ended up carrying for work. Paper is second only to the Field Notes notebook and even there it's close. The pages are perforated and the notebook has a tiny folder in the back for holding loose pages. This makes carrying it all the nicer. I don't have to keep a grand organizational scheme; I write and then sort it out later. Sharpie Pen doesn't bleed or show-through. Cover is unmarked (apart from a small bit of embassed text on the back). The cover is pretty durable, but not nearly as rugged as the Field Notes' cover.
3) Rhodia Pocket Notebook - I wanted to like these but the size is slightly too small. The cover is plain paper. And, althoguh some disagree, the paper quality was the worst. I had slight show-through from my Sharpie Pen but not bleeding. I don't have much else to say about this one since I've used it so little.
Compared to the extra large cahiers and the volants that I normally use, the paper quality is far superior for some inexplicable reason.
Make sure you check what type of paper the book has when you order it, as moleskine offers several types, including blank pages, lined journal pages, graph paper ...
I can't think of anything negative to say about these books.
Anyway, these books are exactly as advertised, and if those leather Moleskine covers ever come back, they make a perfect accompaniment.
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I love a blank page, particularly a plain note book; it is so versatile and full of possibilities.
The paper quality is excellent and it feels great to write on either with a roller ball or a fountain pen.
I generally keep the books for separate and discrete functions. Prayer diary, things I read and want to capture, writing ideas etc. In this way, these journals become works of art and memory in their own right. Something to keep and treasure.
The back 16 pages are perforated which might be useful for some.
The back page also has a useful pocket which can hold other paperwork - business cards and flyers you might pick up whilst out and about.
If I heard that Moleskine were discontinuing this notebook, I would purchase a lifetime supply!
Worry not. I also bought a leather notebook cover (Gusti Genuine Leather Wrapper Book Notebook Cover Pad P24) and made a pen loop out of some 50mm wide elastic stitched on to some folded black card which slipped into the leather pocket along with the notebook. The pen is a space pen which is fairly compact (and I have had for years and years) so the whole ensemble isn't too bad. OK it is slightly bigger than a passport, but it fits in my pocket and is always to hand. It won't be long anyway before mobile phones are bigger than this and clothing design has to change to accommodate them so I think I'm 'future-proof'.
The cahier is fairly thin and I have always used squared paper of all sizes for non presentational stuff as it helps me keep things neat and tidy. Once one becomes full it will simply be swapped for a new one with the pen holder staying put in the cover.
I have overcome the problem of the seam of the note book pockets creating a lump down the page (which only affects the early and later pages of the book generally) by placing another piece of folded card in the front pocket - the pen loop card does the trick at the rear. These effectively create two extra pockets in the cover for tickets and the like.
Great little notebooks - if only the contents weren't so mundane bread, milk, biscuits, stamps, call grandma............
I currently use one for a to-do list for studies etc. Another one I use to keep track of things to do with my acting work.
Small enough to fit in a back pocket, I keep them in the smallest pocket of my briefcase/bag.
The construction is stupendous, the binding is secure, the cover is flexible yet durable, and the pages are well rounded and a great colour.
Ich verwende es beruflich als to-do Notizheft, neben meinem A5 Notizbuch.
Leider, wie alle Moleskine, ist es praktisch nicht für Füllfedern geeignet. Das wusste ich aber beim Kauf.
Ich habe alle Füllfedern getestet und siehe da, mit der Kaweco Sport EF geht es sogar ganz gut.
Für alle die mit Kugelschreiber oder Bleistift schreiben ist es natürlich perfekt.
Für Füllfederschreiber ist das Sigel Conceptum A6 wahrscheinlich besser geeignet.
If you’re looking for something that will last, then buy this.