The pocket Moleskine Cahier notebook is a beautifully made Moleskine exercise book. It’s a soft-cover notebook with a flexible cardboard cover and visible thread-bound stitching.
The word cahier (pronounced ‘ka-yey’) is from the French word simply meaning ‘an exercise book or notebook’. The plain notebook is the perfect art notebook, university notebook or personal journal, with simple blank pages.
This set of 3 individual Moleskine journals is perfect for students, designers and creative people who take a lot of notes. Each is has 64pp, 16 perforated pages and an expandable inner pocket.
SIZE: Pocket (9x14cm)
PAGES: 64 (per journal)
COVER: Cardboard, Flexible
FEATURES: Acid Free Paper, Wide inner pocket, Final 16 Perforated Pages, Moleskine History, Thread Bound
SOURCE: Designed in Italy
- My return to Moleskine Review by Mark
- OK, the colour name was what first drew my attention - coffee. I'd really gone off Moleskines because I prefer to use fountain pens and the paper quality, despite what some have said, has deteriorated over the years. I bought a set of these notebooks and I'm reasonable impressed. The paper is not as good as the Midori MD Notebooks I just discovered (but can't buy at Notemaker!), but it is OK for a quick, every-day-carry notebook. There is slight feathering with a Lamy 1.5 italic nib, using dark brown ink, but no show-through, so I can use both sides of the page! Also, the pages after the stitched binding (the second half) are all perforated for easy removal if required. (The front pages will stay in place.) Bottom line: I like these for quick notes, not for journalling - but they're not designed to be journals. (Posted on 24/05/2017)