There are a lot of notebooks out there, but as far as “premium, black, hardcover” notebooks go, there are three big brands. Moleskine (arguably the most well known), Rhodia (who have a lot of variety) and Leuchtturm1917, which are a German brand which have a more serious, functional approach to the notebook.

I have reviewed one of Leuchtturm’s “Master” notebooks Here and really liked the size and composition, so when I was contacted by the Australian Leuchtturm1917 supplier who offered to send me some of their other range to review I was quite excited. Little did I know the treasure-trove I was going to recieve!

I am in the process of reviewing a few of the notebooks I got, but in the mean time I thought I would give you a bit of a preview. Here is some eye candy:

Now, if you can’t wait for the review and you want to pick some up for yourself, Leuchtturm1917 is avaiable from LarryPost online, or in one of the retailers listed on the Leuchtturm1917.com.au page. I can’t wait to dig in!

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3 Responses to Leuchtturm1917 Notebooks

  1. Lilly says:

    Just found your site and as a staitonery lover it is going to be very useful. I really love these Notebooks – I already have far too many but what the heck!

  2. Lilly says:

    Oh that is funny I just read your About section only to discover you were in Brisbane. I am from Melbouren but currently in Brisbane. I am glad to find other Australian blogs. i will add you to my blogroll.

  3. Kay says:

    Is that the dotted version of the Master notebook you have, can you describe how your writing experience on it was? Was it extremely smooth, or was the paper somewhat thick? Also, what store in particular did you buy it?

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