Flying Tiger Copenhagen is a random knick-knack chain store in most European capital cities. They have a random assortment of stationery including sticky notes, notepads and this bullet journal notebook.
- Size: 5.75″ wide x 8.5″ high
- Sewn binding
- 5mm dot grid
- Cream colored paper
- Pocket folder
Let’s take a closer look!
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Sturdy hardcover you typically find on sewn bound notebooks. There were a few cover colors to choose from.
Approx 0.75″ thick
5mm dot grid
The pages lay flat on their own
2 Ribbon bookmarks
At the back of the planner they give you a few suggested layouts / ideas.
And 1 pocket folder adhered to the back cover
I tried the usual ballpoint, gel, fine tip and erasable pens. All of them had some ghosting along with the stamps and highlighters.
Pros of the Notebook
- Portable size
- Cheap (approx $20 AUD)
- Multiple cover colors to choose from
Cons of the Notebook
- Paper prone to ghosting
- Cream colored pages, not bright white
Would I use this planner?
Yes. Can never have too many dot grid notebooks! While not the best paper quality, the notebook was cheap so to be expected. It would make a good first notebook if you haven’t yet tried bullet journaling.
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