Waterproof Notebook - Pocket Sized
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Waterproof Notebook - Pocket Sized

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Description

Suitable for most writing tools. For multiple use, a pencil and rubber are recommended.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 64 pages
  • 85 x 126 x 10mm | 54g
  • Fernhurst Books Limited
  • Fernhurst Books
  • Arundel, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1898660808
  • 9781898660804
  • 67,411

Review quote

'These are just about what they say on the cover - waterproof notebooks. The pages are plastic paper, I can write on them dry or wet! The pages seem to take pencil, ballpoint and felt-tip well. The smaller pocket-sized notebook has blank pages, the larger version has lined pages. I carry a paper notebook in the camera bag which comes fishing. It gets damp, uselessly damp. Easily replaced with one of these. Utterly simple, handy products'. (flyfishing-and-flytying.co.uk Nov 2015) (On the newer, larger lined version ISBN 9781909911444):'While the waterproof notebook isn't a new idea (Fernhurst Books published its first one 15 years ago), the latest offering is an answer to requests for a larger, lined format. In both notebooks the paper is sufficiently thick that pages can be turned easily when wet. They can be written on using standard desk stationery.' (Canal Boating Times, Sept 2015) Popular since it was first launched in 2000, the waterproof notebook has been a bestseller for 15 years, the original book has the new title Waterproof Notebook Pocket-sized. The convenient size of the smaller version is ideal for note-taking and sketches. Printed on plastic waterproof paper which can be written on using most writing tools, the pages can be re-used if writing with a pencil or chinograph. The spiral binding allows the book to be opened flat / folded back. The book is great for making notes near water or when it might rain. (Towpath Talk, January 2016)show more