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Review: Piccadilly Primo Journal ...

Discussion in 'Gear Reviews' started by speedmaster, Nov 10, 2009.

  1. speedmaster

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    Review: Piccadilly Primo Journal
    "Specifically, this is a Piccadilly Medium Primo Journal w/ 288 lined pages. "288 lined pages, 100 gsm cream paper, elastic closure, page ribbon." This journal was sent to me by the fine people at Piccadilly. I first heard of the brand maybe a year ago or so. They seemed like a cheaper Moleskine alternative. I've used on in the past and been happy with it. A couple weeks ago I was at Border's killing some time and I picked up the Piccadilly journal that appears to be an 'homage' to the classic black Moleskine."
    http://amateureconblog.blogspot.com/2009/11/review-piccadilly-primo-journal.html
     
  2. xxecatxx

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    nice find!
    wish i could order those on the borders website. i have a gift card there. i guess i'll just have to get it next time we go to borders.
     
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    Thats the first time I've seen the elastic band go horizontally around a notebook. Interesting. Still a little awkward to clip a pen but better than the vertical bands. Thx for posting. I love notebooks!