Rite in the Rain RITR746BKIT, Kit di Sopravvivenza Unisex – Adulto, Nero, Taglia Unica
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Include RITR710cm 6 cm 10 x 6 superiore a spirale rilegato notebook con coperchio Polydura nero e grigio di 50 fogli di carta con reticolo universale pagina,coperchio di chiusura a libro in Cordura nero e metallo RITR97 nero tutti i Meteo clicker penna con "iostro nero; caratteristiche di rito sul giornale di pioggia che respinge l'acqua e consente di scrivere in qualsiasi condizione atmosferica; boxed con appeso sulla scheda
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This notebook is the perfect size. It fits easily in my jacket pockets, my cargo pants pockets, and even my jeans pocket in a pinch (although it's a tight fit and only slides halfway in), and I've even opened it up and stuck one flap through my belt while I was climbing through a boulder field. At the same time the 4" x 6" notebook it holds provides a surprising amount of writing space, much roomier than my previous 3" x 5" notepads, and it's nice to have the capacity to hold the larger notepads because it allows greater flexibility in notepad choice. I still load this notepad holder with 3" x 5" notepads when I'm not going to be in the field and it works equally well. It's nice that the holder provides space for 4 writing implements. Besides the All Weather Pen I keep two mechanical pencils in here, and there's a flap under the writing implement holders for further storage. I keep a full eraser in there, but you could keep a pencil sharpener, or replacement leads in there no problem. This holder has in one fell swoop become my one-stop-shop notepad + pencil case and has made writing on the go extremely convenient.
The cover is good quality nylon that keeps water out and protects against abrasion, but even if it becomes submerged it holds up very well. The holder is durable and the stitching is nice with no loose threads or frayed ends, and it holds up well to abrasion. I've dropped my notepad on rocks and it only takes peripheral damage. The pen feels really nice and solid, it's a little heavier than you'd expect because it's metal. The pen is fairly simple in design and the refill cartridges are available online or from office supply stores for reasonable prices. The notepad is very nice, it is standard Rite in the Rain quality with plastic covers on the front and back and the somewhat waxy water resistant pages inside. I have had no issues writing on the pages with both pen and pencil.
All included items are highly water resistant. The first thing I did when I got this notepad holder was take the entire thing and dunk it in a hot tub. The notepad was resistant to the water, but eventually soaked some up and became wavy, but the paper remained strong and I was able to write on them easily without damaging the paper. After the notepad dried out you couldn't tell it had ever been wet.
I use this notepad every day, in good conditions and bad conditions, and the convenience of having not only a notebook, but also pens, pencils, and an eraser close at hand has solved a slew of artificial shortages that I otherwise previously endured. I would encourage everyone to get one of these as it makes note taking fast and easy, and easily stores away in your pocket. The fact that you can order custom Rite in the Rain notepads of any size, color, and page markings, or even just refill it with cheap 3 for $2 3" x 5" notepads makes the re-usability astronomical both in diversity of function as well as frugality of cost.
This set is still going strong and shows no wear and tear in spite of daily (sometimes rigorous) usage. The main reason I'm now writing this is to make a suggestion. I greatly expanded the usability of this notebook holder by purchasing a 4x6" acrylic clipboard and placing it in the pocket for the notebook back. This has several advantages: reduces strain put on notebooks, provides a universal hard surface on which to write, provides a clip to attach loose paper on the fly, and provides a small hanging point to which a lanyard can be attached or the rig can be hung on a nail in the wall. I strongly suggest that anyone buying this notebook cover spend the extra $5 or so on a similar such 4x6" clipboard as it further improves the usability of the notepad holder, and allows you to use 4x6" memo pads which are very cheap, but otherwise too weak to be placed here (they are held together only by glue, so the strain of being held up by their cardboard backing tends to cause them to fall apart).
The following are my supplemental purchase suggestions.
Cheap, but effective 4x6" clipboard:
Example 4x6" blank notepads (12 pack of 100-sheet pads):
You could even fill this with 4x6" ruled post-its (4 pack of 45-sheet pads):
Or with 4x6" grid post-its (2 pack of 50-sheet pads):