Computation notebook. Perfect binding with brown flexible cover. Green eye ease paper. 150 numbered pages. 4 x 4 Inches quad ruled. Green Eye-Ease paper makes reading easier on the eyes and helps avoid eye strain. Recycled paper with a minimum of 30% post-consumer content.
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37 of 39 people found the following review helpful.
Excellent notebook, slight page width loss
By W. K. D.
The manufacturer’s description of the notebook is accurate. In addition, the cover protects the interior quite nicely and the paper weight is heavy. A cloth spine binds the notebook together and appears to be fairly tough.I purchased two of these notebooks initially to test their usefulness as a note taking medium at the Naval Test Pilot School. After one week of class and homework, I have used the first 50 pages. The paper is truly a joy to write on. The quad rule lines are perfect for writing notes, drawing graphs and charts, and using equations. I have found that my handwriting has improved noticeably as I try to use not only the horizontal lines but the vertical lines to aid letter and word spacing.The cloth spine binds the pages closely together, making the last inch of the left page unusable in the first 30 pages. Since the right side of the notebook has more pages and is heavier, it tended to lay flat while the left pages curved away from the table to meet the binding. This problem may be visualized by trying to read the beginning of a large paperback book that is laying with the right side flat on a surface. I was able to compensate for this issue somewhat by creasing the left page as close to the spine as possible, but still wound up with the last inch of the paper without a solid surface under it. This problem will likely diminish as I near the center of the notebook and then switch to the right side as I get near the end.Despite the issue with the unusable space, I really enjoy using these notebooks. After seeing how fast I am going through my first one I purchased 4 more, and intend to keep using them throughout my year at the school.
21 of 21 people found the following review helpful.
The best notebook for engineers. Ever.
I started using these back in the late ’90′s (*gasp*) when I was an undergraduate. I have at least 20 of them on my shelf – each from a different class – and I still refer to them from time to time. They have held up exceedingly well.Now that I’m doing my grad work, I’m glad to see they’re still available. I just bought a dozen of them, to use for school and for other projects. They are perfect for engineering, math or science notes and projects. The pages are larger than 8.5×11, so you can easily staple or glue handouts into them. The front and back cover are sturdy and tough, and the binding is strong but flexible. The 1/4″ grid spacing is great for drawing schematics or charts or graphs or whatever you need to do. Good quality paper too.I have a few Ampad computation books too, which I bought when I couldn’t find these, and they (the Ampads) are inferior. The paper is rough and pulpy, and the spine _much_ too stiff — it won’t lie flat on the table. One of the nice things about the Nationals (used to be called Avery, but still #43648) is that you can “crack” the spine and the book will lay flat.If you’re an engineering student, this is the book you want to buy.
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful.
Simple, Functional, Affordable
I use these notebooks for my lab work and I think they are great. I wanted several things without pay too much and this has it.* The green color is easy on the eyes* the pages are already numbered* the size allows you to paste a full 8 1/2 x 11 printout into it when necessary* the binding holds through lots of abuse and lays open* enough pages to last but not be heavy (part of why I prefer a soft cover)* paper is thick enough that writing doesn’t show through to the other side* at $7 a piece, this also happened to be the cheapest notebook that came close to what I wanted.If I were to wish for one thing different, it would be 5×5 squares per inch instead of 4×4 but that is seriously difficult to find and not everyone’s preference.
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