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    Does anyone know of a top spiral bound 3x5 notebook that has perforated pages? Thanks in advance!

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    Default Re: Top Sprial Bound 3x5 with perforated pages?

    If you can find it where you are the Maruman Mnemosyne N192 fits the bill perfectly. I use one as an additional paper in my ink reviews and have a couple of spares. It is fabulous paper for fountain pens and I would recommend it.

    If you're in the US then have a look at Jet Pens
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    Default Re: Top Sprial Bound 3x5 with perforated pages?

    So funny, was going through my notebook stash and found some N192A's. I only have a couple and think I got them from JetPens. Thanks - I'll order some more. I think these are in a class by themselves as far as 3x5 notepads go....

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    Default Re: Top Sprial Bound 3x5 with perforated pages?

    Quote Originally Posted by MABuckeye View Post
    So funny, was going through my notebook stash and found some N192A's. I only have a couple and think I got them from JetPens. Thanks - I'll order some more. I think these are in a class by themselves as far as 3x5 notepads go....
    Yes, they are definitely in a class by themselves. I'm not sure what the difference might be between N192 and N192a but mine are N192's.
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