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High capacity hardcover notebooks?


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For journals I've been using Rhodia's hardcover goalbooks, dot grid, approx 224 numbered pages, a5. I would love to get something with even more pages, like 300-500. A lot of high capacity notebooks use the 52gsm Tomoe paper, but this is too crinkly for me especially since I also use my journal for pencil sketching. I've noticed Odyssey Notebooks has 400-page hardcover notebooks with Tomoe's 68 gsm, which I'm considering. Anyone else making 68gsm or above hardcover notebooks that are good for fountain pens and have hundreds of pages? Thanks!

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I'm curious to see what you'll find.  That kind of page count along with hardcover is going to be tough.  

 

IIRC Hippo-noto made some very high page county notebooks, but softcover.

 

The "new" (as of 2021) Tomoe River 52gsm has a texture, improved showthrough, and "non-crinklyness" similar to the 68gsm.  Which is perhaps why a lot of people didn't like the change.  I have always preferred the 68gsm because of those attributes, though, so I thought the new 52gsm was an improvement.

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On 7/2/2022 at 5:31 AM, tim77 said:

Midori's paper is similar in weight, thickness and texture to Leuchtturm's.  I wouldn't call it crinkly.

 

I have to say that Midori MD paper comes across in use as very different to Leuchtterm's standard paper, being, IMO, significantly higher in subjective quality and ink handling than the Leuchtterm stuff. 

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