Based on 48 reviews
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- Great for fountain pens
- Smooth paper
- No bleed through
- French ruled
- Comes in three sizes
The Greatest Notepad
Clairefontaine notepads are by far my favorite notepads. I have them in all sizes, and they are the only notepads I use. The paper is top quality—no bleeding through. The cover on this particular notepad is soft/bendable. I prefer the ones with harder covers, but they are more expensive. Amazon’s pr...
Clairefontaine is the highest quality, smooth paper
I love these notebooks. They are sturdy and high quality, and the paper is very smooth and easy to write on, even with a fountain pen.
High quality paper.
Because it's French ruled and that's slightly bigger than American ruled when my instructor allows a piece if paper (half of one) to be used on the final I have more room to write. Otherwise the paper is high quality, don't have to worry about unnecessary ripping or accidental ripping off the pages....
Good product, sub-par packaging and listing
I just received this item today, and the packaging was very sub-par. They just simply put the three notebooks I ordered in the standard orange Amazon envelope package, with nothing else keeping the notebooks in place, which allowed one of the metal rings keeping the notebook to bend out of place, wh...
Clairefontaine (& Rhodia) is the best paper for fountain pens
Clairefontaine (& Rhodia) is the best paper for fountain pens! No bleed through at all! I highly recommend these notebooks. Note: I used fine & Japanese medium nibs only.
Clairefontaine remains the best quality paper in a spiralbound notebook
As always, Clairefontaine remains the best quality paper in a spiralbound notebook.
Update: still the best notebook when all things are considered.
The quality is expected from a reputable house of paper. The construction is just mediocre. The here is ok. One book was damaged. I took a closer look of pages. There seem to be quite a few cosmetic blemishes on random pages. My guess is that these books may be manufacturer's rejects. Only the selle...