Author Amanda Fleet recently did a post at Nero’s Notes revealing her favorite pocket notebook: the Clairefontaine 1951 collection!
She lists the reasons why she loves these notebooks so much, including the amazing paper that works well with all her writing utensils of choice. And she loves the covers:
There’s something delightfully retro about the 1951 covers. The pop of colour, the school exercise book look… And the card cover is sturdy enough to withstand some bashing about in a bag or back-pocket. I like the space on the front for labelling the book (and I generally do label them, even though I don’t archive my pocket notebooks the way Stu does).
The Clairefontaine 1951 notebooks have colorful covers with a vintage look and contain 48 sheets (96 pages) of smooth, 90 gsm, fountain pen friendly bright white Clairefontaine paper, world-famous for being the best paper for writing. And they have a fantastic low price! They are a great choice for everyday use.