Clairefontaine "My Essential" Notebooks (3-Pack)

Clairefontaine "My Essential" Notebooks (3-Pack)

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The perfect companion for travels near and far, the Clairefontaine “My Essential” notebook features the company’s super-smooth, fountain pen–friendly paper in a convenient new format. Its subtly textured cardboard cover recalls the leather grain pattern of a well-traveled piece of luggage—and inside, 96 sheets of acid-free 90gsm ivory paper offer an excellent writing surface Read More

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DocZZZ
233
Feb 8, 2019
i wish more companies started to do B5. Such a great size for notes. A5 is good for journaling but too small for extensive notes.
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KreepyKen
1
Feb 7, 2019
I use these for Bullet Journaling, so the 8mm lined ruling is a deal breaker. Any chance of getting the dot grid ruling added to this drop?
DocZZZ
233
Dec 29, 2018
how does this compare to rhodia? rhodia seems to get some pretty good reviews all around
Ghostwriter
99
Dec 29, 2018
Clairefontaine manufactures Rhodia's paper, along with Quo Vadis. However, the recipe is different. I personally find Rhodia to be a little smoother, and most of their offerings are off-white, while Clairefontaine's tend to be very white. This 'My Essential' offering from Clairefontaine however, is also off-white. Both papers stand up extremely well to fountain pens, etc. Recommended.
mamamiau
17
Nov 8, 2017
I love these notebooks, but prefer a graph layout. Would have joined drop if not for that.
Cyngus
2
Jul 28, 2017
Another drop for clairefontaine when the last one has not even shipped yet. From JUNE 2nd.
keybers
194
Apr 28, 2017
These need to come in blank and dotted. I find that there is no adequate replacement for Moleskine in the following combination: softcover, blank, with an elastic closure, at least 90 sheets. Rhodia have now started manufacturing softcover Rhodiaramas, but they are either ruled or dotted (dotted is a compromise I'm willing to make), and they are only 80 sheets. And, of course, no such combination exists in white paper. I'm just wondering what would cause "alternative" manufacturers to have such a persistent blind spot (I presume that since Moleskine manufactures those, they _are_ being bought).
keybers
194
Nov 9, 2017
Not softcover (one of the essential requirements), and paper is not white (a secondary requirement). Believe me, I've looked all over. Making do with various notebooks that don't meet these requirements. And a Habana is too expensive for something that doesn't reach the ideal ;)
awwsheepies
2
Apr 20, 2018
I know this post was from a long time ago, but I love the softcover B5 notebooks under the generic "artists loft" label at Michaels. Softcover, elastic band, plenty of pages, and the paper works well with fountain pens. They come in blank, dot, and lined. Check the coupons and you can usually score one for about $6.
Esteldin
59
Apr 27, 2017
Once again Massdrop screws a potentially good deal with outrageous shipping charges for something that barely weighs 1 pound.
A community member
Nov 13, 2017
Just get them from CultPens if you are in Europe. Even if you are not they have excellent shipping prices. Clairefontaine has great paper quality and they are my current go-to manufacturer for paper.
https://www.cultpens.com/c/q/brands/clairefontaine
I would love to see some French ruled (Seyes) paper in A4 here. I guess I'll have to order it from France!
it-man
720
Apr 24, 2017
These are great, have plenty, but Tomoe River blows it out of the water!! The colours of the ink pops, its way thinner ... it's almost unbelievabl.
mgepark
19
Apr 24, 2017
How much is the shipping?
choiceweb0pen0
276
Apr 24, 2017
$8.25 in U.S. You have to go to order page to find this information.
mgepark
19
Apr 24, 2017
Thanks. That ruined it for me. 😀
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