Freeleaf Yellow Annotation Ruled Pads Letter
Freeleaf Product review
I have been using the Levenger Freeleaf note pads for at least 8 possibly 10 years now and have discovered that there is no true substitute for quality.
First the quality of the paper itself is worth the price then there is the weight of the paper and its finish allowing your pen or pencil to flow across it with ease.
The way the pad is designed for free thought and a business approuch to taking notes and the ease of which to organize ones ideas.
The produce is outstanding and there is no substitute my only suggestion would be to reintroduce the single sheets of this note pad paper which Levenger once offered.
Then if levenger were to work with a software apt person to render a software apt that would print on those single sheets within the lines for those times when ones notes must be shared that would be a useful tool to have in addition to the pads themselves.
I plan to continue to use the Freeleaf yellow pads as long as I need note pads (the rest of my life) I must admit to being a little daring on my last order of yellow pads I also ordered and selection of colored pads, I added a litlte color into my button down white shirt and tie world.
February 29, 2012
Works great for fountain pen users
I love this new freeleaf paper. I write in this pad with my Levenger pens all the time and am impressed that there is no bleed when using my fountain pen. You can even write on both sides of the page. I also use a highlighter with no bleed on this paper. The paper is true high quality...ink glides smoothly on every page.
August 20, 2010
Mine keep disappearing
I have been using these pads for years. The yellow color makes the pages standout in a file otherwise filled primarily with white paper, the annotation column allows me to make side notes to myself or follow-up points and the quality of the paper keeps most ink from "bleeding" through. I have to order the pads often because my co-workers are constantly walking off with them.
November 19, 2008
They just come easier,
the words, that is, on these elegant pads where I've written my last six books. It's in part the texture of the paper and in part the yellow color, but it's mostly, I suspect, that tempting margin that allows not only corrections and additions but a convenient way to add footnotes to a manuscript text. My only complaint is that I am now constrained to keep a certain fellow scribbler supplied with them if I expect her to pay any attention whatsoever to me.
July 15, 2008
I use these everyday at work and I love them!
May 14, 2008