❉ Our newest range highlights fragile ecosystems from around the globe threatened by human activity. Each notebook has a hardcover bound with pearlescent PU leather (100% vegan) with a Serengeti debossing. Printed on the inside cover of the notebook is an infographic spread for you to explore more about the national park, its threats and how we can help save it
❉ BONUS FEATURES: 2 bookmarks, 184 numbered non-perforated pages, 16 micro-perforated pages, 3 index pages, 2 key pages, future log, expandable pocket, elastic closure and last but not least, a pen holder, just perfect.
❉ NEW FEATURE: page tabs is a new concept we're introducing to the notebook market, a guide is also available inside the notebook to explain how to get the most out of it. Refer to the imagery as well to see how they look!
❉ Our paper? Well, we are the oldest established paper company in Lebanon and the region, we know a thing or two about paper. Each page is of 100gsm coated cream fountain pen-friendly FSC-certified paper with a total of 96 sheets or 192 pages. And our notebooks open as flat as a pancake.
❉ The paper used is acid-free, a depiction of longevity, archive-ability and preservation.
❉ Check out our dedication to the environment here
❉ Useful tip: space between the dots is 5mm
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Amazing quality and great size even for notes in HS/College
Absolutely love it! I'm half Kenyan and have family in Tanzania, grew up going on safari so the notebook is a little slice of home! Using it as a bullet journal for the academic year and can't wait to buy more from Dingbats!
High quality paper and I love that it comes in different options of lined, dots, etc.
I've tried a bunch of dot grid journals and Dingbats is a top contender if not my favorite. I'm not a huge fan of the cream colored paper, but the combination of their materials used, concerns for the environment and the deliciously yummy feel of their paper, they're what I've gone back to recently. I've tried Leuchtturm, Rhodia, and Archer & Olive to be specific and while there are attractive traits of each of these, I prefer Dingbats. The paper weight is thick enough to handle some material variety, but not so thick to make it bulky. I often use felt tip pens my journals and found that Dingbats smooth paper finish is less damaging to the tips of the pens and is more pleasant than the more textured papers of other journals. I would like more color options, but honestly am not bothered that much when combining eco conciousness, quality and experience. The end :)
It feels great to hold and use. The color is vibrant and adds a pop of joy to my desk.