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NID and NNBD- Got some beautiful orange-red ink for my 580 ALR, along with my first Tomoe River paper notebook: Nanami Seven Seas “Writer”. Can’t believe this thing has 480 pages! [R]1 year, 2 months agoImGrate posted submission on fountainpens.
Sept. 9, 2018
Sept. 10, 2018
I use this: https://www.amazon.com/Kokuyo-Systemic-Refillable-Notebook-Cover/dp/B0049KD4LE/ref=sr116?ie=UTF8&qid=1536587608&sr=8-16&keywords=kokuyo+notebook+cover+a5
I currently have my Writers journal and a Midori MD journal in it. Both A5.
Those of you who use books that take refills, what paper sizes and brands do you use/prefer? [R]1 year, 8 months agosarasa177 posted submission on notebooks.
Feb. 27, 2018
Often when I go bargain hunting for books with interesting paper - I like to use fountain pens and mechanical pencils, which don't always like the same paper, and prefer smaller grid-lined (smaller grids) formats - some of the more interesting stuff I find is in paper sizes not standard to North America (A4, A5, B5 and I even have some B6 sized books that have pretty sweet paper for fountain pens).
I had to find binder hardware to make my own B5 binder because I couldn't find any I liked (and nothing locally).
And then finding refills for other books has begun to look pricey or challenging. (Anyone ever see a notebook cover for B5 or B6?)
So if I'm going to buck up and order online, to boot, I'd rather have an idea of what I'm getting.
So what are you using, refill and binder-wise?
March 2, 2018
I have Kokuyo Systemic in A5 and it's really nice. The one I have it's a bit different than the one linked there though, mine can be filled with two notebooks (edit: link). It's available in B5 too. I use it with a Midori MD A5 and a ring notebook that comes with it.
Kokuyo Smart Ring binder looks pretty nice but it can only hold 50 papers (25 for the one with CamiApp feature). The idea of binder with only 50 papers is kind of seem pointless to me, I'd rather buy a notebook or other generic binders IMO.
Tri-Fold Cover Recommendations [R]1 year, 12 months agotwinklekit posted submission on notebooks.
Nov. 13, 2017
Hey all, I'm looking for some good Tri-Fold Notebook cover recommendations. A5 or A6 probably, though a B6 would be great too (not too picky as long as it's no larger than A5).
Bonus points for: snap closure, triangular (envelope shape) flap, and/or non-leather. Not deal breakers though.
Need help finding a new planner [R]3 years, 1 month agoBreren posted submission on notebooks.
Oct. 11, 2016
For quite a few years I have been using a "compact" size planner. It's by "At a Glance". The current one is vinyl, and holds a 5X8 planner insert. The insert shows 1 week across 2 pages, if that makes sense. I have been getting "House of Doolittle" inserts, because I like the layout, and they are cheap. It also holds a small legal pad (5X8). I write my notes there, and it works for me, because I tear out a page now and again. There's also spaces for business cards. These all seem to come with a zipper closure around the edge, which I never use.
So, I am thinking I would like something a little nicer, maybe a leather cover. I have looked at Filofax (binder seems too bulky), and Hobonichi (I like this one, just wish it had space for a pad), any other suggestions? The 5X8 size is big enough for me, but I guess I could go to A5, that would let me use the Rhodia pad, which is quite nice. Currently using just cheapo "office supply store" mini legal pads.
Edit: Ok, so I see Leuchtturm makes a planner in A5, also Moleskine. I've heard better reports about Leuchtturm as far as bleed through and ghosting, but the planner will mostly be used with gel pens (my fountain pens are pampered babies who stay home in a holder). They both make a format I like. Sooo....I guess I could try and make a cover, that's within my skill set. Just wondering if I really need the notepad. I would also like a pen loop.
How do you carry your pens? [R]3 years, 4 months agoJuly 6, 2016
July 7, 2016
The ones I really want to protect go into pen Franklin Christoph pen pouches. Durable/cheap pens I don't mind scuffing a bit go in the front of this: https://www.amazon.com/Kokuyo-Systemic-Refillable-Notebook-Cover/dp/B0049KD4LE
Actually, the notebook cover isn't too abrasive and does a good job of protecting things.
BuJo Planner Pouch [R]3 years, 7 months ago75footubi posted submission on bulletjournal.
March 24, 2016
I really wanted a planner pouch because I covered the front of my bujo in puffy stickers, and some of them were coming off due to being tossed about in my purse. I also wanted enough space that I could put my zillion beloved pens or crazy stickers or washi or a random spare notebook or literally whatever into the pouch as well.
The pouch turned out to be the perfect size: I can fit the BuJo in the front pocket, and the big pocket perfectly fits my fiction planning notebook and my writing notebook, so the planner pouch is like a movable life and dreams station, haha. And it even matches my BuJo. :) Gives me a smile when I peek in my purse.
Does anyone else have a planner pouch or use one?
What Other types of notebooks are recommended that include a pen holder ? [R]3 years, 10 months ago75footubi posted submission on bulletjournal.
Jan. 11, 2016
Jan. 11, 2016
Notebook cover, but highly useful so far: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0049KD4LE?psc=1&redirect=true&ref=ohauidetailpageo06_s00
Let's put together a collection of our simple bullet journals. [R]3 years, 10 months agoJan. 3, 2016
Jan. 4, 2016
It comes with a small notebook inside, but I just took that out and use it as scratch paper at work.
What should my next notebook be? [R]4 years agoGloriousAtom posted submission on notebooks.
Nov. 10, 2015
It looks like I'll finish off my current notebook just in time for the new year and I want to be more organized about my bullet journalling (it's kind of BuJo light now). My requirements:
Grid or dot grid
Sturdy enough to hold up as an EDC
I can hack a pen loop on top it for my bullet space pen, or it has a pen loop without feeling like I'm destroying a work of art or some such nonsense.
Right now, I'm thinking of making a cover to hold one or two of these (http://www.doanepaper.com/products/utility-notebook-large-pack-of-3) but if anyone has any other suggestions, I'm open to hear it.
Nov. 11, 2015
One of my EDC notebook setups is a 6 x 8.25 Clairefontaine in an A5 Kokuyo Systemic Notebook Cover. The cover has a pen loop, two bookmarks, and lots of little pockets for daily ephemera. If you can find any ol' gridded A5 notebook, the cover can take care of your other requirements.