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    Default Re: Best refillable note books?

    I use an A5 size roterfaden taschenbegleiter, its very flexible with inner pockets and clips so you can put a combination of notebooks, plastic wallets, note pads etc inside. Great if you want writing paper and sketching paper in the same place

    They will also do custom versions https://roterfaden.de/

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    I have one of the A5 leather covers that Ruitertassen made for Cult Pens, filled with staplebound notebooks and sketchbooks. Few complaints.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tjphysicist View Post
    I bought an A6 sized leather cover from etsy (there are some great options), it's handmade and full grain so tough as nails (I got a distressed leather one for $40, the look is not for everyone though, it looks fairly beat up and ragged already, as it's supposed to)
    Just bought something like this myself, an A6 goat-leather cover from Gusti Leder.



    Fits an A6 Seawhite cahier, but...



    ... I had to trim off about 10mm vertically and horizontally for that to happen.



    It's something I'm willing to do, though it's probably best used with 90x140mm cahiers or softcover notebooks.

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    Default Re: Best refillable note books?

    I recently bought one of these: https://www.fahrneyspens.com/Item--i-53201

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    Default Re: Best refillable note books?

    Clairefontaine produce nice (lined) 90x140mm notebooks.

    William Hannah https://williamhannah.com/products/b...-pocket-refill and Fabriano (Cult pens) produce nice blank ones.

    I have found the Moleskine ones to be adequate too as long as I stick with inks that are not very wet. Quink, Platinum and Mont Blanc inks work fine. Waterman doesn't work.

    I flip my notebook 90 degrees so I get longer lines - also being a leftie it means I'm writing down the page, rather than across.

    It's something I'm willing to do, though it's probably best used with 90x140mm cahiers or softcover notebooks.[/QUOTE]

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    Default Re: Best refillable note books?

    I found out the hard way that Moleskines aren't perfect for any wet media, though I have a Clairefontaine book on the next Cult Pens shopping list. See if it slots in beside the Seawhite.

    I wasn't aware of the William Hannah option. Thanks for that.

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