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Es una libreta pequeña, con hojas a rayas con margen precortado, para desprenderlas con mayor facilidad. El color me gustó más en vivo que en las fotografías del producto. No es muy gruesa, tiene pocas hojas (80, como lo indica la descripción), pero está bien para lo que la necesito. Llego a tiempo.
Es una libreta simple, cumple con lo que dice en la descripción sin embargo la calidad no la vi tan buena y el color de las rayas no era el que esperaba, pedí mi reembolso y ya lo tengo, responsables en todo Momento
It's harder than it seems to find a solid 7x5 notebook. Top Flight used to make really good ones, but I can't seem to find them in stores these days.
I was hoping this would work, but it fell far short of expectations. The big problem is that because the spirals are so thick, you have to lift up your hand every time you get close to it. Effectively, this means you can write only half a width of a page before needing to lift your hand and jump over the spirals to finish on that line.
It therefore doesn't allow for fast note-taking, and it's quite annoying.
I wrote in this notebook with several different pens filled with different colors and brands of ink. They all bleed right through and the writing is extremely visible on the back of each page. It's even worse with any kind of felt or permanent marker. But ballpoint ink does not bleed through at all, so both sides of each sheet can be used. Good 5 x 7 notebooks are hard to find. Pen-Tab Pro used to make one with 100 pages which could be written on both sides with a fountain pen without any bleed-through.
I bought these tablets because they are made from recycled paper and they were the perfect size for me. My only complaint is that the ink from my roller-ball ink pen bleeds though the thin paper. So, I only write on one side. I'm sure that pencil would be fine, but any liquid ink bleeds through.
Great notebook, but pages are perforated on the wrong side. By that, I mean that they are on the outside of the pages, instead of near the spiral area. WTH?! It becomes a bit of a headache when you can't write to the end of the line.
Good little notebook, I'm using it for recipes I like but don't use often enough to remember. Lies flat. The pages are perforated, but paper is thick enough and perforation isn't such that pages are tearing away on their own. The cover is heavier stock, and sturdy. The first page is a little pocket page where I keep index tabs. Paper weight is good, I can faintly see pen written on obverse side, but not enough to keep me from writing on each side. The one photo is black ink from hard tip felt pen, the other is regular ball point ink.
This is the perfect size for sticking in your purse or carrying with you to jot down notes here and there. I like spiral notebooks because I can snugly fit a pen in there without losing it. I do prefer that the front cover was a little thicker, but it does the job and I haven't destroyed it yet!
Notebook came exactly as expected. As another reviewed posted, a pen fits perfectly in the spiral to make carrying it around easy. You cannot select the color that is sent. I received one in tan. The second time I purchased it, it came in dark grey. I like that it's non-descript, but any color would be fine for the purpose. Good quality pages, no bleeding so far and no issues with ballpoint pens. Also great that it's made from recycled materials in the USA.