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ロイヒトトゥルム ノート A5 横罫 ブラック 300612 正規輸入品
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- 【サイズ】横14.5×縦21cm 【罫線幅】6mm
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ドイツ生まれの実用性を追求したノート ロイヒトトゥルムのノートは、「継続性と精巧さが他との顕著な違いを生み出す」という哲学に基づいたものであり、 シンプルなデザイン、細部まで極限までこだわり抜いて作り上げられた精巧さ、実用性を追求した優れた機能に、 世界中のファンから愛用されています。 使うほどに手に馴染む極上の使用感をお楽しみください。
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Amazonベーシック ノート クラシックノートブック Lサイズ 横罫
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I filled up the journal a few days ago, and ordered another one because of how pleased I was with the first one. On the second book, I immediately noticed that the texture of the cover felt very different. When I opened it, I discovered that it had a completely different table of contents and different font throughout the book. This one also has 251 pages instead of 249. It doesn’t look like a leuchtturm, honestly. All in all, these are very minor differences, and they will not compromise the functionality of the journal. But I am annoyed, because I do not like the look of this particular font AT ALL. I chose this brand over others because I preferred the font style. I also ordered from the exact same link I used the first time, and I am at a loss as to how to obtain the kind that I’m used to.
The original journal deserved five stars. And if it had been the same book when I reordered it, the second time would have gotten five stars as well.
Cons: Thin pages
On September 22nd, 2015 I decided to order this journal. I was in the market for one and had my heart set on one from the "White Lines" series, but couldn't see paying extra for shipping since it isn't readily available in the US. This journal was the next closest thing, and I received it on September 24th; two days after as promised by Amazon Prime.
My first impression upon unboxing was that it is a very simple journal; pleasing to the eye. I hate when there is a glaringly obvious label on the front or back, but Leuchtturm has placed a small and unremarkable stamp on the back cover. It is the small details that make this journal appealing. The journal lies somewhat flat when opened to the middle, and they have included two cloth bookmarks attached, as well as labels for the outside. I am an organizational junkie and this thoughtful touch really pleased me.
Throughout the course of the day, I decided to test multiple pens on the pages. The pages are very soft and thin, and as expected, when I used my favorite pen there was quite a bit of bleed-through. I also had an issue when I closed the journal as the ink had not yet dried and left smears across the opposite page. However, when I began to use gel pens, I had no bleed-through, but I was still left waiting a minute or so before closing this journal. As you can see in the attached photos, there is still a visible shadow of the ink when you flip the page, but not enough to interfere with my writing.
Despite this flaw in the formulation of the pages themselves, the journal itself holds up quite well to wear and tear. My purse is a vortex of doom that has mutilated many journals in the past, and yet this one has held up remarkably well. The pictures I am attaching have been taken after almost a month of abuse in my purse.
If you're someone who needs to take notes in a hurry, I would not recommend this journal as the ink will smear extremely easily, but if you're willing to take the extra minute to let it dry, this journal is very beautiful and well crafted externally and will travel with you.
When you first open the book you come to a cardstock name/address page, followed by a blank page (which is really nice because this first page would be hard to write on, as first pages are often attached to the cardstock page, which this is), and three table of content pages, with 26 vertical cells per content page. IMMEDIATELY, you notice that you CAN see the printing from the other side of the page, which is REALLY ANNOYING! Ill get to the paper quality later. I also dislike that every printed word is translated into at least two languages, usually being just English and German, which I understand because this is a German company. After that, it has 249 numbered pages with 31 lines per page. The lines are thinner than college rule and printed in a gray color, which looks very nice. Each page also has a Date space at the top, but because the date headers on the two sides of the book aren't symmetrical it looks bad. the book does lay flat which is AWESOME. The back of the book has a sizeable pocket, and a sheet of stickers to help you label the inside and outside of the book so you can archive it when you are done with it. Though, because of the perfectly smooth faux leather outside, I have no idea how well these stickers will stick in the long run. It also has 8 perforated pages at the back of the book, which is convenient for some people, and totally unnecessary for others. Luckily, the perforation is hardly noticeable, so you can also use these as normal pages.
For my use: I purchased this with the intent of starting a creative journal. If you are someone who glues or tapes tons of stuff into your journal, this will not work too well for you because there is no extra space in the binding for extra paper bits to be glued or inserted even every few pages. If you are someone who only uses ticket stubs, washi tape, and the occasional sticker/photo, etc, this will be ok because you can remove those last 8 perforated pages to give yourself a bit more room while sacrificing 16 pages (including front and back), and the elastic band is stretchy enough to keep the book shut. But like I said, this is not a journal that you can stuff with papers. If you plan on just writing, this will be great for you if the paper meets your standards.
Now for the paper quality, which is my biggest concern with any journal. I hate that it ghosts, even with its own printing, and I dislike that the paper isnt white, but its a soft ivory, which is easier on the eyes than stark white is. As I mentioned earlier, the ruling is thinner than college ruled paper. The paper is very thin and smooth. I was really worried about the ink test because of how thin and transparent it is. With a G2 Gel pen it wrote very smoothly, but because the paper is so thin it took a while to dry and will for sure smudge if you dont wait long enough. It did ghost fairly badly. Now for the real test: a Fountain pen. For this test I used a Cross Century Classic with a medium nib and Cross Violet Ink, which is a very wet ink, in a very wet pen. If this paper was going to bleed, this pen would do it. It wrote very smooth, dried surprisingly fast, had some awesome shading that i've never seen this ink or pen do before, and ghosted LESS than the gel pen! I even went over the same area over and over to pool the ink and try to make it bleed, and it just wouldn't. This may bleed with a very wet calligraphy pen or if you dump ink onto it, but other than that, I am really really surprised that a fountain pen only had a bit of ghosting. This did ghost quite a bit with wetter stamping inks that I tried.