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28 of 28 found the following review helpful:
Always in my pocketFeb 12, 2009
By W. Cox
This notebook is always in my pocket.
Over here electronics (pda's) just don't hold up long.
If you need to keep info you write it down.
The paper quality is excellent and I don't have to use 100mph tape to keep the cover from comming off.
The pocket in the back is great for keeping info given to you that you don't have time to write down until later.
24 of 25 found the following review helpful:
The best notebooks aroundNov 13, 2008
By A. Manning
moleskine is VERY expensive but VERY good quality. I carry my notepad everywhere, sometimes in my pant's back pocket and it is in great shape. The paper quality is good and it would definitely surpass your expectations. I personally prefer the Moleskine sketchbook (lavander tag) because the paper is 4 times thicker. You can write on it with ANY kind of pen/ink and it will not bleed !
It is definitely worth the price
42 of 49 found the following review helpful:
I feel like a detective with this thingJan 27, 2012
By Jeff Aski
Watch Video Here: http://www.amazon.com/review/R11PYCOTW9UCMZ I try to carry this notepad with me wherever I go. It's a little bigger than my iPhone4S, but there are a lot of times where I find it easier to write something down on paper rather than type it into a note app on my phone.
16 of 17 found the following review helpful:
Worth ItAug 12, 2010
By M. Anderson
It's not actually expensive if you use it right, and it's made my life as a reporter much easier. It's tough as nails, both the cover and the paper, so it takes a lot of abuse. Disposable notepads don't fair well in my purse (or my life), but this does. The other reporter notepads (the disposable ones) have only 70 pages, while this has 192. With thicker paper and hard covers front and back, it's easy to flip it over and start using pages from the back forward once the front pages are filled. I would go batty if I had to do that with TOPS or whatever (and it would get torn up, be hard to read with thin paper written on both sides). So, I actually get 384 pages for 9.60, which is $0.025 per page. The cheapest TOPs on Amazon comes out at $0.029 per page since I would not use both sides of the thin pages. So, I get a bargain, always have a hard surface to write on, the covers protect my pages from various mishaps, and it looks classy too.
8 of 8 found the following review helpful:
perfectNov 13, 2007
By robert J. Therrien
i've owned little canvas pocket notebooks with the little elastic bands and all sucked. poor quality. anyway.......moleskine rules. this is my first moleskine but this reporter notebook is so cool. it fits in my back pocket like i've got 2 wallets but very sturdy and bendable. quality. and to my surprise there's a little pocket in the back to store little reference materials. i like making comics and writing songs and designing t-shirts and it all goes here including grocery list and when this fills up then i'll get another. write down your goals here. this is like finding the perfect pen, which for me is the "pilot precise V5" but that's another review.
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