Freeleaf White Annotation
It's a treat to write on good paper
I still have the True Writer ball point I bought myself when I became a journalist. While I was working, I always used cheap pads for my notes because I filled them so quickly. When I retired, I decided to treat myself to some good paper and I am so glad I did - it's a real pleasure to use for notes, lists and so on.
May 21, 2015
The ONLY Paper
I ordered these for my boss. It's the ONLY paper he uses and says it cannot be compared. He uses it for work, but pays for it out-of-pocket, so you know it must be true!
May 7, 2015
Great for lawyers
The pre-printed title boxes make filing a breeze for my assistant, and the heavy paper not only helps keep the pad looking neat, but is also useful for scanning. I've yet to have a jam, or an erroneous duplex page due to bleed through. Despite the heavy weight, pages are easy to remove. My new go-to pad.
April 9, 2015
These are well-designed notepads. The paper is very thick -- maybe thicker than is necessary, but I like it. My only issue is the price.
March 26, 2015
Sturdy Note Taking
My supervisor loves these notepads as they are great for note-taking - they are sturdy and stand up to day to day activity, moving from place to place, in and out of brief cases and folders. She especially likes the annotation format and the title boxes so we can organize notes by topic or meeting.
March 19, 2015
I received an Ambi folio as a gift and was urged to purchase this paper to go along with the folio.
I was very impressed with the function side of this paper. As a student, I take quite a few notes. The spaces at the top of the page made keeping track of the notes very simple and the margin on the left side was beneficial for adding side notes and reminders about things already written on the page.
I will use this for the rest of my career as a student and wherever life takes me!
March 4, 2015
Perfect for Client Notes
I appreciate the paper quality of these pads. Heavy enough to prevent most bleed through (even with my art doodles in the margins) and smooth so the ink flows, making note-taking easier.
I work with clients, mostly by phone or Skype, and take notes for each call. The boxes at the top are perfect for the client's name and the date of the call. I use the left column for special notes and follow-up actions. It is easy to tear the page out of the pad and put it in the client's file.
I would love to see a Prospect version of the pad, with the top boxes being: Name - Phone - Email on the left and Date - Source on the right (so I would remember to capture all of that critical information!)... and, ideally, a large bottom box for Follow-Up Action.
I only gave 4 stars for quality as the top stapling has often popped up when the bulk of the pages have been removed. However, it doesn't always happen, so I wonder if the process was improved.
November 27, 2014
Work and School
I love these notepads and will purchase then whenever I can. Unfortunately they are a bit expensive, but I use about one pad for each class I am taking and about one pad every three months at work. They are great for keeping mesy notes organized and the paper
November 7, 2014
Expensive but worth it
Been using the tablets for as long as Levenger has been around. The quality has varied from time to time probably due to changes in source. Seems like they are back to a good source these days. Still the only tablet paper you can use with a fountain pen or porous tip rollerball without it bleeding through.
October 23, 2014
Long time user
I have used Levenger pads for years because of the high quality of the paper. So smooth and easy to write on. I am disappointed, however, that the pads received in my last order no longer have the clean perforation at the top of the sheet. When you pay a premium price for writing pads, you should expect the better perforation. Hope you consider changing this before my next purchase.
August 27, 2014