This classic casebound book features sturdy hardback covers, offering life-long protection of notes coupled with sewn pages – ideal for permanent records and archiving. It incorporates a stylish red ribbon for page marking and referencing important notes, a date planner to highlight appointments, handy colour maps and travel information and a contents page for quick referencing.
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111 of 117 people found the following review helpful.
Great notebook in all regards except paper longevity
By Darin Bellisario
EDIT: according to a couple replies below, the notebook *may* be acid-free. Other archival properties I’m unaware of. I do not vouch that it is acid-free or archival though, since that claim is not made anywhere on the labeling, packaging, or website. I will say however that I have a Black n’ Red from 2008 that does not show any signs of deterioration, so at least for 5 years it is fine.I’ll preface this review saying that I’m a bit of a notebook freak, I really do love stationary especially notebooks, and have way more than I could ever use. I know what I like in a notebook and what I feel is useful in a notebook and when I see it I grab it up.I’ve used Black n’ Red notebooks a number of times, for class notes when I was in college, lab notes at work and in graduate school, and personal notes for one of my older journals. I’ve got a lot of good things to say about them:- Good binding: sturdy, even (no fluctuations in paper, except for one of the smaller versions of the Black n’ Red I had), and lay-flat covers & paper through the entirety of the pages (not just the middle pages, this is very important for real usage)- Solid covers- Good paper size- Good paper weight, not much bleed through even with dark ink pens- good lining, a nice soft grey that is not obtrusive so if you choose to draw a diagram or do anything else that crosses the lines, the contrast of the pen is far greater than the line, preventing the line from being a disturbance (also surprisingly important, you see these only in a couple places, like the Peter Pauper notebooks or Staples’ eco-friendly composition notebooks with hazel lines)- bookmark, always a plusThere’s no numbered pages or ToC pages, but that’s no big deal for many uses.My big complaint is the *paper quality*, it is not archival quality and is not even Acid Free. This is really a shame for an otherwise wonderful notebook. Many people think “what do I need acid free for? I don’t need this to last a hundred years.” But the sad reality is that many papers with low pH’s (high acidity) may last more like only 20-30 years before yellowing and decaying. If you’re taking valuable notes or writing thoughts you’ll want to access later in your life, even just the next few decades, you really want to go for acid-free or even better archival (lignin free etc.). Non-acid-free notebooks and paper are good for things that you’ll only need the next few years and then will throw away anyway, but for a notebook like this that you may want to access for decades, there’s no excuse for it’s beautiful, high-weight paper to not be acid free.Hope that helps.
48 of 50 people found the following review helpful.
The best journal I’ve found
By C. Ebeling
For years I used composition notebooks for journaling, but then I met this. The size is comfortable to write in, the paper surface takes ballpoint and gel pens nicely. It is well-crafted. Mine has an attached scarlet place-marker ribbon. The inside boards are noisily papered with odd maps and information. I kept the maps but covered what I did not need with vellum to make a place for jotting down quotes. The sheets are not perforated, which means no threat of a page growing ragged or falling out from use. Given its size, it fits okay in a tote or laptop bag, but may have problems being slipped into a backpack.
29 of 29 people found the following review helpful.
My favorite standard notebook
By A. Dent
Black n’ Red happens to be standard issue in my office. I always preferred the casebound notebooks because most of the notes I take I want to keep and a casebound, hardcover is what’s proper for me.I always expect quality and convenience from Black n’ Red and this is what I am getting with these notebooks. In addition to the 192 lined sheets you get a date planner, 3 year calendars, a personal info. sheet, various conversion tables, maps, time zones info., even the subway maps of 4 major US cities.Another positive: it fits well inside my laptop case.I am happy that my office supplies me with these notebooks. They look stylish and they are, in fact, well made, of good quality materials.
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