Word. Notebooks are quite unique in that they are specifically designed for making lists. The notebooks are pocket sized at 3.5″ x 5.5″ and contain 48 pages of acid free paper.
The white flowers and skulls against the blue background makes for an excellent cover design.
On the left margin at the beginning of each line you have a circle within another circle designed to be used with Word. Notebooks’ standardized symbol system (see the use guide below).
The paper is thicker than you find in a standard Field Notes notebook but it seems to feather and bleed when using fountain pen ink. This paper seems work best with ballpoints and fine point gel pens.
I have been using the Word. bullet point system for a few weeks now and I have to say that I do like it quite a bit. If Word. Notebooks were to improve their paper I believe I would use them for my daily to-do lists but for now I have been using them to keep track of the reviews I need to complete for THE UNROYAL WARRANT.
Word. Notebooks are sold in packs of three for $9.99 and if you are not a fountain pen user, I highly recommend these notebooks; the design inside and out is fantastic.
Please note: this product was provided to me at no charge by Word. Notebooks for review purposes.
Here are some great reviews of the Word. Notebooks:
(I have no affiliation to the sites linked below)
Pencil Revolution – Review of Word. Notesbooks.
Ed Jelley – Word. Notebooks Tan Camo – Review
Gourmet Pens – Review: Word Lined Notebooks – Swedish Camo
Pen Paper Ink Letter – Word. Notebooks Review
The Pen Addict – Word. Notebooks Review