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    Quote Originally Posted by hillview View Post
    Have read through the entire thread with interest! I am currently using this Leuchtturm1917 for my daily work notebook.
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    I would like something similar but with a calendar. I take 3-4 pages of notes a day. I love the Hobonichi look. Any suggestions from the experts?
    I use a Hobonichi A6 Avec - two books for the year so you are only carrying half as much- and a Hobonichi 5 year book cut into thirds as a supplementary notebook. Because of the binding this stays together when cut up.

    This works well for me but I wish Hobonichi made a book with the monthly calendar, daily pages and lots of blank pages!

    There are other tomoe river paper books with blank pages that I have tried, but mostly they are 67gsm not 55gsm ( may have precise weights wrong). I realised it is the thinness of the Hobonichi pages that I love and I have not found anything like a blank Hobonichi yet.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirri View Post
    I use a Hobonichi A6 Avec - two books for the year so you are only carrying half as much- and a Hobonichi 5 year book cut into thirds as a supplementary notebook. Because of the binding this stays together when cut up.

    This works well for me but I wish Hobonichi made a book with the monthly calendar, daily pages and lots of blank pages!

    There are other tomoe river paper books with blank pages that I have tried, but mostly they are 67gsm not 55gsm ( may have precise weights wrong). I realised it is the thinness of the Hobonichi pages that I love and I have not found anything like a blank Hobonichi yet.


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    Sounds like you’d like the Stalogy notebooks

    https://www.jetpens.com/Stalogy-Edit...Black/pd/17562
    Last edited by tebnewyork; 08-04-2018 at 06:09 PM.

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    I tried them but they just didn't feel the same to me - the paper is different and somehow it just wasn't right. Which is weird because the hobonichi is not right either - not enough blank pages - but somehow I can live with that rightness where I can't live with stalogy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tebnewyork View Post
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    Sounds like youíd like the Stalogy notebooks

    https://www.jetpens.com/Stalogy-Edit...Black/pd/17562
    I bought a Stalogy a few years ago. I cannot read the header - font size is too tiny and font color is too light. The grids are printed on the front of each page only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hillview View Post
    Have read through the entire thread with interest! I am currently using this Leuchtturm1917 for my daily work notebook.
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    I would like something similar but with a calendar. I take 3-4 pages of notes a day. I love the Hobonichi look. Any suggestions from the experts?
    This might not work for you but Taroko Shop on Etsy is a very good shop and items arrive very quickly. It's the closest I've seen to what you are looking for. I personally don't use a paper calendar, so for journaling /drawing I buy previous year's Hobonichis cheap, and cross out the dates. I get them for the paper. I've not used the enigma, but friends have and they love this notebook.



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    In case people haven't seen yet, the full line-up will be revealed on Friday.

    In the meantime, there are a few teasers here, with more to come each day until Friday.

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    If anyone has one of the 2017 silicone covers around that they are sick of or hate, I’m all ears.

    Or longshot 2016 or 2017 Porter weeks (was japan only)

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    Quote Originally Posted by marytattoo View Post
    This might not work for you but Taroko Shop on Etsy is a very good shop and items arrive very quickly. It's the closest I've seen to what you are looking for. I personally don't use a paper calendar, so for journaling /drawing I buy previous year's Hobonichis cheap, and cross out the dates. I get them for the paper. I've not used the enigma, but friends have and they love this notebook
    I tried that too. Definitely a nice choice. A lovely notebook which made me realise how much I like the 57gsm Hobonichi paper. :-)

    I am going to try a Nanami cafe A6 this year - fingers crossed it is the blank 57gsm tomoe river notebook I am seeking. Meanwhile buying my partner a mega weeks so I don't totally miss out on Hobonichi-ness.

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    I adore Taroko Shop. (They’re on Amazon, too!) I use their Passport-sized Graph notebook as my Collections Notebook with my A6 Hobonichi. The Taroko notebook slips nicely into any cover I happen to use, or just tucks into my tiny purses with my Hobonichi if my bag is too small for a cover. I love it, and I think (fingers crossed) that one is going to last me the whole year!
    If you take lots of notes every day, however, one of their bigger/thicker notebooks might be better.

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    I'm thinking of switching to a Weeks for my edc planner next year, does anyone know if it would fit in a (pretty fullish) ballistic Side Kick? Right now I have an A6 and it fits perfectly in a Travel Cublet but I know a weeks would be too tall for that.
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    The Weeks would fit fine in a SideKick with some stuff in it.
    I just put mine into the Travel Cubelet and it fit and zipped closed. Barely but it did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiviander View Post
    The Weeks would fit fine in a SideKick with some stuff in it.
    I just put mine into the Travel Cubelet and it fit and zipped closed. Barely but it did.
    Awesome, thanks!
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    When people put their hobonichi into the travel cubelet... is that with or without a hobo cover?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mandalei View Post
    When people put their hobonichi into the travel cubelet... is that with or without a hobo cover?
    Mine (A6 size) has a cover, and has quite a few extra things stuffed inside so itís pretty bulgy. But it fits in the TC with room to spare, even with the seven pens I also keep in it.

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    This is really good to know. I have a couple of travel cubelets, and I’ve been considering carrying them as ultra-light belt pouches, but I wasn’t sure if I could fit everything in there. (I still may not be able to - I have a pretty big phone.)

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