Ogami-notebooks, and especially the so called stone paper (which is a non-wood, limestone based product) that these are equipped with, are fairly interesting products – but they are also discussed ambivalently in the stationery-community. While the notebooks are not all too expensive and have a quite lovely design, the stone paper has some characteristics that allow for certain use cases more than others. Check out the video review below to see what these are!
I would like to also take the opportunity to express my gratitude to the kind people of landofpaper.es in Spain, who were kind enough to send me some Ogami notebooks so that I could actually put them through their paces and shoot the review. Check their site for more info – they also carry the quite new Parisienne Soumkine-notebooks and some interesting Travellers-notebooks from a manufacture in Vienna.
The video review of the Ogami notebooks is, as always, preceded by some quick facts. Again, I hope the review is helpful and that you enjoy watching it!
- Stone Paper-notebook
- Special characteristic: the tree-pulp free stone paper
- Available in hard- as well as softcover and a number of different sizes and colors
- Cost: Around 8-14 €, depending on the size of the notebook
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