Black n’ Red A7 Polynotes

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I was looking for a notebook that I could carry in my pocket at work. People have a habit of grabbing me at work while I’m walking around doing other things or simply getting a cup of tea, and asking me to do a bunch of things. Away from my desk, I’ve no notebook to note down quickly what they want done and I’m usually doing so many things at once, that if I simply try to memorise it, I usually have to go back later with a few questions.

Hence the need for a pocket notebook that I can carry around to make the appropriate notes and gather my thoughts. Surprisingly, as you write things down, you remember other questions that you need to ask to enable you to do that task – it reminds you of what is missing.

The notebook from Black n Red is a good sturdy little thing (A7 in size (105x74mm)) with a polypropylene cover which means it doesn’t stain, get marked or take a battering. It maintains it’s clean cut look and shape. Although as you bend it open and back pages do become a little loose. But not to worry there is a tight red elastic strap to keep it all together.

The pages are plain (90gsm) although I believe there is also a 8mm lined version. Inside there is a name page, and a conversions table the rest of the 192 pages are free for your scribbles.


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