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Discussion in 'Pens, Pencils, Notebooks, and Notebook Covers' started by mooshi, May 26, 2013.
This seems an appropriate place to show this off.
Oh it holds a knife too
New issue at work, shame its just a bit big
Super cheap, super quick to make, super convenient note pad that goes in my back pocket which has conformed nicely to my left cheek.
The other is one my wife got me. It's nice but a little large to carry on me so it goes in the bag.
So what kind is the nylon cover? Would like to find one.
@Chazcotton canvas rather than nylon / cordura but I don't have it around to verify.
I love that cover!
Maxpedition makes a cover. Though, it's not custom. Maybe you could tell me where I can get survey books? Need refills for my Maxpedition cover I have.
Here are mine:
Hellbrand Leather Field Notes cover on the left, Saddleback Moleskine cover on the right:
While I'm at it, a few of my lesser used pocket notebooks:
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I recently made a heavily modified Midori style notebook for a Rhodia staplebound I have a couple of... no elastic, rather gutted orange paracord with one of those press type plastic slide-locks, same material for the book band (which has the knot at the spine, not in the middle of the back) and bookmark. With the chocolate brown matte leather, the shiny orange Rhodia cover and bright retina-searing blaze orange cordage looks really good IMHO, and the black slide lock brings it back to understated and classy. I cut the corners of the leather at 45 degree angles (inspired by Franklin Christoph's leather products) and it's currently in my drawer anxiously awaiting its first use... I haven't worked through my current journal yet so I haven't used it.
Oh and... no pictures available. I'm a tease I know
Couple of new books I picked up last week. A standard Canadian Forces FMP (field message pad) which I've carried for over 25yrs in a cordura cover. A Leuchtturn 1917 soft cover slim journal, about the same size as a Moleskine but 2/3rds the thickness with numbered pages. A Clairefontaine pocket book, same size as a Fieldnotes but twice as thick. Last but not least, and I love this little book, a Leuchtturn 1917 extra small calender book that fits right into my wallet. Each set of pages shows a whole month and while I wouldn't use it as a scheduler it is great for helping keep track of days that I have plans on.
I recently switched to Leuchtturn for my EDC carry briefcase/desk office notebook, actually like them better over Moleskines having used the latter for last few years. Like the medium soft cover light and flexible looks Proffesional in a meeting but not too much weight to my briefcase. Fits slim to he hand if just carrying they and my iPad into a meeting.
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I've also found the Leuchtturn paper much more fountain pen friendly then Moleskine. Less bleed through and feathering.
waiting for the age to start setting into the leather.
I used to use one of these to keep a hard-copy record of my various IDs and PWs. It was so small I could keep it in my wallet. Neat little notebook!
Mini & tiny !
just got this beautiful cover
Actually found it after a quick search. Tnx
Here is my pocket notebook and cover. I use a green military Memoranda notebook, and a cover mad by Renaissance-Art leather.
IMG_0531 by airmechqa, on Flickr
Just received my RECYCLED FIREFIGHTER Inspector notebook cover, so far I'm really loving the look and design. I've never used Field Notes before, I've always used a plain old 3 x 5 spiral notebooks. Thought it was time to try them out.
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I mostly use these lined Moleskines or the gridded ones for designs.