Freeleaf Yellow Annotation Ruled Pads Letter
Really, really good paper
I write a lot of notes at work. I have been spoiled by using Levenger pads. I don't even care anymore about co-workers teasing me about my purchases from Levenger. These are the best and if you like writing notes the way I do, there is absolutely no substitute.
January 11, 2015
Have used them for years
More expensive than run-of-the-mill pads but better quality paper holds up in the file and boxes at the top encourage good record-keeping when you're making notes during a meeting or phone call. And a little personal treat to enjoy an upgrade on an office supply used daily.
October 30, 2014
Freeleaf Yellow Annotation Ruled Pads, Letter
The staff in our office cant life without this product! A+ product!!!
September 25, 2014
Better, but not perfect
I bought the paper in a pack of 5 in Washington, DC because I loved the way the fountain pen worked on it. When I returned home and started using it the fountain pen ink was skipping. I called and they exchanged it with a new pack. The new yellow pad was better, but not perfect. It still skips a little. Apparently only the white is Fountain Pen friendly.
August 28, 2014
Ink Beads on Surface
I've bought products from Levenger for more than 20 years and this is the first time I've been disappointed. I use a fountain pen that normally lays down a smooth line of ink. With these freeleaf yellow pads, however, the ink is not absorbed by the paper. It beads up on the surface as if the paper was coated. The paper quality in other pads and notebooks from Levenger, such as my Rhodia Circa notebook, are outstanding. This one, however, was a disappointment. If you use a fountain pen I cannot recommend this pad. See close up image.
April 23, 2014
Best pad hands down
This is how good these pads are: I happened upon a half used pad that someone left and my work and started writing a new novel in it. I feel love so much with the pad that when it ran out I ordered more online and didn't start writing again until I received the pads!
March 6, 2014
Great pads for Scientific users
The quadruled pads are a great extension of the letter pads for users in the sciences. I can jot diagrams, list info as tables, etc. A perfect compliment to my Lab book as it allows a seamless transition to Project meetings. Value is 3 stars due to how expensive these pads are; still, well worth the extra expense. In fact, the quality and format tend to make you a better notes/actions taker.
January 27, 2014
Customer Service - 5 Stars
Update to my issue with the new Freeleaf yellow pads. Satiah from Levenger Customer Service came through with 5 Star Service. Instead of simply giving me an RMA to send the yellow Freeleaf pads back, she did some investigating on her own. She found that the issue I had with the new supplier affected only the yellow pads. The white ones should have the usual high quality. I am exchanging the yellow pads for white ones. Satiah went above and beyond to help me out.
October 31, 2013
Great product ruined by change in supplier
I've used Freeleaf pads for years. I ordered 10 yellow pads on 10/5/13. The new pads look the same as the old, but ink smears on the paper. The writing experience has been spoiled -- no longer does the pen flow across the page. It now scratches across the page. Didn't anybody test this paper?
Customer Service says that Levenger has changed paper suppliers recently. Levenger, to their credit, agreed to take my order back. But I have lost the paper I relied on for years! Please get this issue resolved as soon as possible!
October 28, 2013
The only writing pads I use
It's true. And I stock up on 5 packs of lined pads at every opportunity. The paper is heavy. It has a substance that's worthy of my words. :)
The lines are just the right width. And I love the left-hand column for notes and jots of a disjointed mind.
And the different-colored pads allows me to organize subject. I'm never without one or two pads. And they work equally well with pencil (Palomino) and fountain pen. My writing implements seem to fly across the page.
And that's the opinion of one hooked writer.
October 12, 2013