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Genuine Kraft 48-page memo books
Aaron Draplin made the very first Field Notes by hands, as a Christmas present for allies. At the time we founded the firm, we only had one thing, a 3-pack of kraft memo books with millimeter-inserts. We anticipate that these will always be at the core of our line of products.
The 48-page notebooks, available in three versions, Graph, Ruler or Plain, and a mixed pack of 3, each containing one copy. Every Genuine Kraft Memory Book is 3-1/2" in width and 5-1/2" in height and is binding in a robust three-needle saddlestitching method. By the way: Our Power Memos can have your own logotype, your own personalisation, your own personal favourite or your own cut on the back.
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I have to take notes often and for several reason as a novelist and shopkeeper. I have used it for notes, but somehow I have a preference for analogue - normal old stationery and crayons or pencils. Compared to Moleskine I soon realized a number of discrepancies. This moleskine is ideal for use with a nib or nib.
Moleskine is a little thicker and has a deeper shade of cream or yellows, which is easier on the eye and, in my view, more pleasant. Feldnotes are a simple Caucasian. Of course, the papers are better than the dimmed storage pad. Not the Moleskine grade.
There are not many pages of field notes. The Field Notes are of course only stitched and not the top of the range Moleskine products. But I find the moleskine pads too cumbersome to hold around in my little pocket and handle when I'm out and about. Well, I'll take the Field Notes book and it works well.
No customer notes or stories, item suggestions or advertisements. I' m going to Moleskine for that. While I don't see myself archiving the field notes, I keep my Moleskine books from year to year. Maybe a customer memo or a memo I made at a certain point in it.
Now, you may want to keep your notes that way. But as I said, I would rather use a pencil if I really want to bring my thoughts down. That' s why I suggest Field's Notes as a plain, easy-to-wear notepad. But if you really want a guardian of your thoughts and thoughts and a pleasant, eye-friendly typing adventure, then take Moleskine.