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Clairefontaine Classic Hardcover Notebook - 8.5 x 11.75, Lined Paper - Assorted

Clairefontaine Classic Hardcover Notebook - 8.5 x 11.75, Lined Paper - Assorted


 
The Clairefontaine Classic Hardcover notebook features consistent 90g pH neutral acid-free paper. An exceptionally white and ultra smooth satin finish makes this simply the best paper in the world for writing.

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Clairefontaine Classic Hardcover Notebook - 8.5 x 11.75, Lined Paper - Assorted

The Clairefontaine Classic Hardcover notebook features consistent 90g pH neutral acid-free paper. An exceptionally white and ultra smooth satin finish makes this simply the best paper in the world for writing. This hardcover notebook has 96 lined sheets and the hard laminated covers protect your pages.

Please note: We often display an assortment of colors that are available, but you are purchasing only 1 notebook. These arrive in random assorted packages from the manufacturer, and these are picked to ship to you in the same way. If you have a specific color request, we will do our best to honor it, but we cannot guarantee that your preference is available.

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Great Notebook! June 3, 2015
Reviewer: Lance Green from Rowlett, TX United States  
Identical paper to the other Clairefontaine lineup. I enjoy this notebook more than the softer bound notebooks because I enjoy having a robust cover.

This is more expensive than the stable bound or spiral bound variants, but it is worth it if you want what I think is the worlds best paper and a notebook that will last a very long time.

As a student I have used most of the Rhodia and Clairefontaine lineup. After trying this, I think I prefer it over the rest of the lineup. I just cannot get over how easy to store in a shelf and robust it is. Spirals tend to get bent, while tablets are more for using the pages as separate units.

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