The Soft Cover Pocket Squared Moleskine Reporter notebook has a cover that flips opens at the top, 24 detachable pages at the back for quick notes on the spot and can be used both horizontally and vertically. Every Moleskine product is thread bound and has a cardboard bound cover with rounded corners, acid free paper, a bookmark, an elastic closure and an expandable inner pocket that contains the Moleskine history.
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72 of 75 people found the following review helpful.
By Dirk J. Willard
This moleskine has a square grid, which is ideal for engineering. I’ve used this particular moleskine for graphing data and organizing. I go through one every 2 months on a job transfering permanent information to records. I transfer information to the next book.It is important to equip the book for your use. I keep a reduced 3-year calender in the front. In the back flap I keep a small ruler, a couple of business cards and some reduced charts for use.I cut the ruler from my old day runner ruler.This is an ideal organizer because it fits in nearly all shirt breast pockets. This is so much easier than the bulky dayrunner and much more convenient than my blackberry.If this review helped, please add your vote.
16 of 17 people found the following review helpful.
By Brian A. Lee
This is the small notebook that will barely fit in a shirt pocket or pants pocket. It’s great for taking with you on trips where the hard cover will keep it from falling apart or getting soaked by sweat. I like the graph paper (instead of the lined or plain paper available) as it is easier to draw maps and sketches. I do wish they were a bit sturdier, but I’ve found nothing better in 10 years of looking.
18 of 20 people found the following review helpful.
Lines are too dark
Within the same order, I purchased a pocket sized “ruled” moleskine, a pocket sized “squared” moleskine, and a large sized “squared” moleskine. Unfortunately, the lines in both the squared moleskines are too dark. They are noticeably darker than the lines in the ruled moleskine (I compared them very closely to ensure that my analysis was correct). Indeed, the lines are so dark that it’s difficult to read what is written in black pen. The only upside is that if someone is trying to read what you’ve written, over your shoulder, they will have a difficult time doing so.This is unfortunate, because my friend’s squared moleskine (which he purchased “several years ago”) has lines that are much lighter in color, like the lines which appear in the “ruled” moleskines. I’m guessing that I had a bum production batch, or they’ve amended the product from its previous form.Also, with the squared moleskine, the lines are too close together. They are closer together than the lines in the “ruled” moleskines. This makes it difficult to write quickly if you’re writing one line of text per line. You have to write so small that it’s difficult to keep up your writing speed.Overall, a disappointment. But generally I love moleskine notebooks. Just sucks that the “squared” version (or at least the ones shipped to me) are so flawed.
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