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paper and pen test #3 - Filofax notebook

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hello and welcome back!

Here is my third test about "which pen to use on which paper?"!

My first test was on the paper of Inkwell Press hardcover notebook paper, the second one with the famous Leuchtturm paper.

Today I would like to show you the paper of the Filofax notebooks.

I guess Filofax is a name most of you recognize. The english company is well known for their ringbound planners, in all sizes, colors and materials.

Their planners are available in so many different variations that I like to leave the link to their webpage so that you can check them out. Beware of their multiple choices, once you are hooked it is hard to leave their page again :-) .

Today I would like to pick out one of their newer products: The Filofax Notebook

They are not, like most of their other products, ringbound planners, these notebooks have a twin-wire binding. As with the ringbound system and any discbound system you can remove the pages and rearrange them within your notebook, very easily with just one upward motion. So no hassle with opening and closing any rings (and maybe squishing your fingers..).

The covers of these notebooks fold back on themselves, therefore you can easily write on the left hand page with a sturdy cover beneath (or on the right side if you are left-handed). When opened up the notebook lies completely flat open.

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