Freeleaf White FullPage Ruled Pads Letter
Nice quality paper; unfortunately, for the pads I received, the cardboard backs are badly curved (see image) so the paper stacks don't lie flat. This means that when I go to write, the entire stack 'undulates' or 'wobbles' as my hand applies pressure, providing am
uneven and unstable surface. For me and the way I write, this makes the pads unusable. Sad....
February 27, 2015
Best for Editing
This paper works well for creating an editing outline. I always use the sidebars when I discuss my clients' future requests -- to add their comments or note changes needed. And the high quality of the paper allows me to use both art markers and rollerball pens, as needed. Thanks, Levenger!
September 6, 2014
Excellent Note Taking & Planning
The quality of Levenger products is always excellent! These notepads are wonderful for planning and note taking. The paper is superior quality. I also purchase these notepads for friends and professionals. Highly recommend!!
June 19, 2014
These tablets are just so classy, and writing just flows on them. At a client's they make a much nicer presentation than the while or yellow ruled pads from the national chain supply stores. Both sides are usable. While a bit on the priciey side, I find them an outstanding value.
April 1, 2014
Great Quality, High Regular Price
These are fabulous notepads, but at over $6/pad at the regular price (plus expensive shipping if you are not located near a store, which is pretty much most of the country), they are hard to justify over quality pads that you can get at Staples. On sale, and with free shipping, however, they are a justifiable luxury if you write a lot on note pads. Very heavy, high quality paper that does not bleed, with a very thick/stiff backing that will not bend. I buy lots when I can justify the price, and they are wonderful to use. I recommend them, but you are paying a premium for these.
December 30, 2013
I won't use anything else
Once you've experienced the sheer pleasure of Levenger paper - especially in these pads - you won't be able to bring yourself to use anything else. You'll look at those cheap dimestore yellow legal pads with a tinge of sadness and pity, believe me. The paper itself stands up to any kind of ink or writing implement, and it seems impervious to wrinkling or accidental smudges. I won't use any other kind of paper for sketching out my novels, ever.
December 28, 2013
Best Paper Ever!
I like good paper. I write alot and my pen seems to move more smoothly over good paper. It could be my imagination but I write small, use very fine point pens, and my writing hand seems to get less fatigued when writing on smooth paper. The Levenger Freeleaf pad is not only smooth but opaque so it is easy to use both sides without any show through even using felt tip pens. And the little boxes at the top facilitate my filing by clearly highlighting the area here I write the topic and where to file.
I tend to buy the pads in bulk during the sitewide sales so I also consider them a great deal (value).
September 23, 2013
This product is absolutely the finest notepad I have ever used. The sheets, with a useful set of headings, are of high quality. They take fountain pen ink well and are sturdy. The paper's stock keeps the sheets from curling up, and have a nice feel in your hand. A treat to use!
September 15, 2013
I use pads all the time, and am a total convert to these pads. The best I have ever used, and perfect for fountain pen users
September 15, 2013
Levenger Pads...style additions
I have been using Levenger pads for nearly 20 years and I cannot say enough about the quality of these pads. That said, I would love to see these pads in full page yellow with 3 hole punch (pads not loose leaf.) I rarely, if ever, use the annotation margin and often mix yellow and white paper when note taking as a way to organize information. I have recently been purchasing inferior quality pads because the style fits my needs...I would love to combine levenger quality with traditional yellow pad style. I have used Levenger pads in a variety styles as my needs required, I hope to continue to do so.
April 18, 2012