Ah! I have a few Nock Co. cases, but I was most curious to try out the cute pocket notebooks they launched! Thanks to Nock Co. for sending these over for me to review!
Color: Yellow & White
Ruling: Dot Dash
Sheet Count: 48
Price: $9.00USD for three
Where to buy: Nock Co.
The top staple binding is great. The front cover flips up reporter-style and it folds back completely behind the notebook, if you don't want it flapping around. The cover is tough enough but flexible enough to be shoved into pockets without issue.
Pencils, ballpoints, and gel pens performed well on this paper. It feels nice to write on these pads. Rollerballs and liquid ink pens work fine, too, with no feathering. Not too shabby. Pencils also erase easily - the paper doesn't shred or fall apart. Markers bled through but did not feather.
I enjoy how these notebooks feel when the pages are full - nice and crinkly. I carry mine in a Nock Co. limited edition black and pink Hightower case, along with a some of my (rare) finer nib fountain pens. This is a great on the go set up for notes and scribbles. I enjoy this notebook a lot - the ruling is unique and handy, and it's affordable.
I received this item free of charge for the purposes of this review. I was not compensated monetarily for my review. Everything you've read here is my own opinion.