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Quo Vadis Habana - 6.25 x 9.25, Blank Paper, Anis Green
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Product Code Q449-3
This medium-sized anis green leatherette cover Quo Vadis Habana notebook features 80 blank sheets of 85g Clairefontaine ivory, super smooth paper, an elastic closure, and an inside pocket for notes and cards.
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Quo Vadis Habana - 6.25 x 9.25, Blank Paper, Anis Green

This medium-sized anis green leatherette cover Quo Vadis Habana notebook features 80 blank sheets of 85g Clairefontaine ivory, super smooth paper, an elastic closure, and an inside pocket for notes and cards.

Availability
Usually Ships in 1 to 2 Business Days
Rating
4.95
Condition
New
Brand
Quo Vadis
Type
Notebooks
Binding Orientation
Side
Binding Type
Hardbound
Cover Color
Green
Ruling Type
Blank
Width (mm)
149mm
Width (in)
5.87in
Height (mm)
235mm
Height (in)
9.25in
Overall Size
A5
Paper Color
Off-White/Ivory
Paper Weight
85g
Perforated Pages
None
Sheet Count
80
Special Features
Elastic Band, Inner Pocket
Weight
1.200 lbs
Length
1.000 in
Width
1.000 in
Height
1.000 in
Quo Vadis Habana - 6.25 x 9.25, Blank Paper, Anis Green is rated 4.95 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Best Notebook Yet I've used Molekine and Leuchtturm notebooks for years and have always loved them. I have been using fountain pens exclusively for the past two years and have found some problems with the combination (feathering, bleed, strong shadow) so I was looking for a new notebook for my daily use. I viewed the Goulet's review/comparison of the different notebooks that they offer and was interested enough (and trusting enough after purchasing a few pens and ink) to try the Quo Vadis Habana. I have used it for the past few weeks and am thoroughly impressed with all of it. I can't wait to purchase the next one, or a few in different sizes for my different needs.
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Habana classic Sweet notebook, in a yellow/green color, an elastic strap (same color) and Clairfontaine paper. What more could you want? The strap is snug, but not overly tight (Rhodia has tighter straps), and the cover is flexible, unlike other notebooks with rigid covers. As you'd expect, there's a generous pocket for loose papers on the inside of the back cover. This is a nice contrast to my Rhodia Webbie - or more accurately, a nice complement. Because of the flexibility of the cover, I'd pin this as a very good travel notebook. Sometimes the rigid ones can be difficult to pack in small spaces.
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome paper. A little con, though is not too much bad imo, is that the elastic is so tight that it can bend the sketchbook (I bought a plain paper for sketches) a bit. But the paper, as everybody told me, is quite fantastic. No bleed through and no feather with Namiki Black. Fast dry (wich is helped by Namiki's ink). It's a bit larger than Moleskine Large that I use a lot, and that is also fantastic for me. It's a tiny bit more flexible than Moleskine's covers too, and it's an add for me.
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect notebook for EF nib freaks My favorite pens have Japanese EF nibs, so my writing is fine and tiny, and looks lost in most FP notebooks, with their wide rulings. I accidentally bought the blank version of this notebook, but I adore it. The paper is amazing, the notebook lies neatly open, despite me throwing the thing in my purse every time I go anywhere, there's no sign of the ribbon fraying; I will be buying a LOT more of these over the years.
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from blissful This was my first journal in about 35 years, and at the end of the very first line my brand new pen dropped a big, shimmery blob of black ink. It took me a moment to get out my blotting paper, so the ink had plenty of time to soak through. But it didn't -- and that's impressive. I was concerned that my favorite blues would look a bit sick on ivory paper, but to me they look just fine. The surface brings both somewhat dry and somewhat wet nibs into ink nirvana. I'll buy more of these journals as soon as this one gets full.
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Ultimate in Notebooks Quo Vadis Habana for me is the ultimate in fountain pen friendly notebooks. With the smooth ivory paper, the lay flat design, the different colored covers, they are what you can wish for in a notebook. I really love these notebooks and the price after the discount is great if not exceptional. But they make up for it in the excellent packing and shipping. I got the books in mint condition even though it had to travel from US to India. Great product backed by exceptional service.
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quo Vadis Habana - 6.25 x 9.25, Blank Paper, Raspb I had used Moleskine for years. Then I got into the fountain pens. I had trouble with some ballpoints bleeding through the Moleskine paper, and the fountain pens did so much that I could really only use one side of the page for any writing I wanted to be sure and preserve. I chose this one over the Rhodia because I wanted to try the cream color versus the white paper. I have not regretted this purchase at all and use it several times daily. NO bleeding through the pages! Yay!
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quo Vadis Habana, 6.25x9.25 Blank As a normal Clairefontaine notebook user (white paper with 90 gpm), I must say the Habana is impressive. The fact that the notebook lies flat is a big bonus. The paper quality although lower in weight than the normal Clairefontaine notebook performs similar to the heavier 90 gpm paper. My only minor issues are the colour - prefer white paper and the weight - since its Clairefontaine paper why not use the same weight as the Clairefontaine notebooks?
Date published: 2014-10-20
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