❉ 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 Yasuni 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
I own two Dingbats journals and they are easily my favorite journals of all time! I use them for bullet journaling, and my most recent purchase was the Earth Lime Yasuni Journal (can I just say, the color is so beautiful), which I will be using for 2021. The quality is great, and they hold up super well; I am pretty rough and I bring my journal with me everywhere too. Personally, I don't really use the intro pages or the future log pages, but that is just my own preference. Overall, amazing notebook!
the cover is a different texture from the wildlife notebooks but that's not a big deal. otherwise same great quality!
Love that it is ethical. Love the colours, Love the quality. Perfect for bullet journalling.
I have been using this bullet journal now for almost a year. I love the future log pages in the front. A tip for students: I use the back pocket for study planners I get handed out. It’s a great way to store loose paper you use a lot. Personally I don’t use the ‘how to’, tab key, colour key and index pages. Maybe I will use the tabs even later on, but I’m not sure how. The paper isn’t very thick (popular bullet journals have 130gsm paper) so keep in mind that you can always see a little bit of the pens you used on the previous page. Overall I’m satisfied with the quality for this price.
It's just like any other Dingbats: smooth paper, nice bookmark, beautiful color. The ONLY issue I take is the index being pages first, description second. (I can't tell what pages I'm going to use for this description yet.) It's very minor and an awesome book.
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