Leuchtturm 1917 Jottbook

I am kicking off my return to blogging with a quick look at the Leuchtturm 1917 Jottbook an alternative to Moleskine. Leuchtturm is by no means new to the stationery world with over 90 years of experience but it is the first time I have ever purchased one of their notebooks. It was on offer (30% off) and was the last lavender one in store – so how could I resist. It is 90 x 150mm – so it is still bigger than my iphone (Part of me continues to want a notebook I can strap to my iphone but more on those ponderings another day).

Recently I have become more addicted to Squared Paper which seems to appeal to my scribblings more. So I was thrilled to find out that it came with squared paper. This will be my Monthly Notebook for May and I shall report in again at the end of the month.


Key Facts:

  • Squared Paper
  • 60 Numbered Pages
  • Blank Table of Contents
  • 32 Perforated and detachable pages
  • Thread bound notebook opens flat
  • Stickers for labelling
  • Ink Proof Paper
  • Acid Free Paper

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