- Series: Classic Notebooks
- Hardcover: 240 pages
- Publisher: Moleskine; Ntb edition (August 22, 2008)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 8862930046
- ISBN-13: 978-8862930048
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- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.6 x 8.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (183 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,251 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Moleskine Classic Notebook, Large, Ruled, Red, Hard Cover (5 x 8.25) (Classic Notebooks) Hardcover – August 22, 2008
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Top Customer Reviews
I have used Daytimer, Franklin Covey, and Rolodex in the past. I have also been formally trained in the Franklin Covey time management systems. In the end (after 10 years of "fighting" to make them work), I am finally @ peace.
By the way, our 8 year old uses a Moleskine as a journal. She writes stories, play's, songs, and even does mind dumping into it. We simply label each Moleskine with the year and keep them bound on an office shelf.
From a technical standpoint, the paper is top of the line as is the cover. I use Levenger pens with mine and found writing to be a pleasure in an era of countless keyboard clicks.
These are tough notebooks. The cover is particularly nice if you live in a humid place, as it's a oilskin material that doesn't mold. A had a look-alike notebook from another company and the cover molded in 6 months. Moleskine stay nice for years.
I love the back inside pocket for holding onto tickets, coupons, business cards - you name it.
My favorite part is the elastic strap that keeps your journal closed. I love taking it off and closing it back up with a "snap". This is another feature that the imitators can't get right. Their strap gets stretched and looses elasticity. Moleskine's stay nice and tight.
Go for the best, go Moleskine.
I got this hoping it would encourage me to start writing more, to jot down my thoughts as they come to me. Instead, it's still pristine. I'm afraid to sully it with my pathetic, plebian dribblings. It was supposed to turn me into Jane Austen or Dr Seuss, instead it has me cowering in the corner, pen clutched in my shaking hands, muttering to myself about how I am no Hemingway, what was I thinking, somewhere Neil Gaiman is laughing at me while sitting on his piles of money and bats or whatever it is he does.
In other words, this is the nicest, most well-made notebook I have ever owned. I am not worthy.
Ink pens had a fallibility that we were able to avoid by using pencils: Ink pens could run and destroy our notes if even a drop of water got splashed on a page. God forbid that we get caught in the rain with notebooks that got wet when we were out in the boonies. The ink from pens could run and ruin our notes, thus preventing us and the profs from deciphering our handwriting.
Because the use of pencils was required, I -- except when writing personal letters and the like -- got into the habit of never using ink pens, neither for lab notes nor for my personal journals. That means I do not have to worry about writing with ink pens that bleed through to the back of a page. These wonderful notebooks are perfect for my needs, and i recommend them highly, whether for personal journals, daily reminders, essays, blogs or the like. When I am not using my journal, I keep it in a Ziploc bag to keep it clean and dry. These notebooks are worth the extra care.