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5-1/2" X 8-1/2" Or A5 Paper For Junior Size Binders.


Anne-Sophie
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After having punched pages of thin, recycled paper from a notepad, break the away from the rings of my Junior Agenda/Notebook and fly all over, I have decided that this year was the end of flimsy paper.

 

 

I now use pre-3 holes punched, 100 sheets of Neenah Conservation grid paper, it's 100% recycled both printed on both sides.

 

I also punch A5 pages of Rhodia notebooks.

 

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The company I buy those from http://www.tombihn.com/accessories/TB1950.html also offer, 100 sheets of college ruled Neenah Conservation.

And, packages of 100 blank sheets of Crane's Crest 24# 100% cotton paper.

 

They also make the three ring binders, I use as notebooks/agenda/journals... called Field Journal Notebooks.http://www.tombihn.com/accessories/TB1910.html

 

 

Just wanted to share since I am into Junior refillable notebooks but could not get into Circa or other multi-ring binders.

 

 

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One can also get vinyl 3 ring binders in that size at most well-stocked stationary stores, Walmart, or Amazon. One can also get tabbed dividers and sheet protectors in that size too.

 

The Tom Bihn Field Journal Notebook looks pretty cool. You can carry just about everything you need in it.

 

I found the rings in ring binders got in the way of my hands when writing on the back sides of the pages. That's why I went to disc-bound systems. I guess one could get smaller ringed binders, but I find that option is only available in the full letter size binders. With the 5.5" x 8.5" binders I saw, the rings were 1" in diameter.

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