Code & Quill Origin Notebook Review

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192 pages; 100 gsm paper; 5.5 x 7.7 inches, 14 x 19.5 cm;
5mm dot grid – 6mm ruled paper


Disclaimer: I was provided with a sample for my review, however all opinions expressed are strictly my own. Amazon link is an affiliate link


Hello everyone, today I’m doing a review of this notebook made by the company Code&Quill and this notebook is called the Origin. So, let’s check it out. This is how it comes in this nice little packaging and let’s take this off, let’s get the notebook out.

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It is a hardcover notebook and it has this interesting texture. As you can see, here’s the logo stitched onto the cover code and quill, has rounded edges. Here’s the spine, finding, there’s the back. It’s stitched and bound.

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IT has 192 pages and there’s only like a millimeter or so overhang with the covers. So the paper lines up with the cover quite nicely, and it is 100 grand paper.

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Here’s the cover page. It is this pinkish red, it’s more like a red. Have 192 pages I said and they’re interesting thing about this notebook is that one side is dot grid and the other side is a ruled. It’s actually an indentation rules lines. So here we have five millimeter dot grid. As you can see, and then here you have six millimeter lines and I said six about six times.

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The dimensions are 5.5 inches by 7.7 inches or 14 centimeters by 19.5 centimeters and as I said, it’s 192 pages.

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What is great about this notebook is that it lies super flat. So it’s a really nice feature. I always like notebooks that lie flat, see, can open it anywhere just stretch it out a little it’s my is really flat, it’s really nice.

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Le’s check out the writing sample. I did performs pretty well the paper uh since it’s a hundred grand paper here is the pencil, ballpoint pen,  4 Milimeter gel pen, there is a 7 millimeter gel pen and then there is the fountain pen, medium nib and there’s just a wee bit of feathering with the fountain pen. But it’s not that at all.

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Then you need to turn the page over. There’s some ghosting there also with the fountain pen. You can see the gosu, but there’s absolutely no bleacher, which is great and so expected with 100 grms paper. So since it’s some little sticker paper and the paver feels really nice, it’s some soft really soft to the touch, so it has a really nice feel it, and it feels also good to write on it.

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It is a very minimalistic notebook. There is no elastic enclosure, notebook mark no pocket in the back, so it’s you know really just about using it and writing it in a set. The special thing is about having doctorate. Here we can sketch and be more free on the page and then here having the lines for taking notes. So it is, I think, a notebook for a creative people that like to have a bit of freedom and the way they used your notebook, and

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I think it’s a pretty high quality notebook, it feels really high quality, only thing that I probably would change, but that’s just my personal taste is  that i probably remove the logo from the cover, because I don’t know I like your really clean looking cover. But that’s just me personally and it’s a really small thing. All in all know, I think this is a great notebook .

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Those are my two cents on the origin made by the company Code&Quill. If you have enjoyed this entry, please give a thumbs up for more notebook entries subscribe to my Blog and thank you so much for reading.

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