B5 size Fountain pen friendly notebook
Note: Image is only for reference purpose | Each book shipping cost is 60(MH)-80/- (Out of MH)
- Hand-bound (hard bound)
- Black elastic closing
- Brown kraft cover
- Thick yet lightweight cardboard
- Opens flat
- Book mark ribbon
- 100 Pages / 200 Sides
- No margin
- 8mm line gap
Shipping starts on 10th December 2020.
Reviewed and used by many users. We would like to list a few nibs and inks that have been used on this product.
- Kaweco M nib | Diamine Pumpkin Ink
- Sailor M Nib | Sailor Jentle Blue Ink
- Wing Sung EF Nib | Diamine Imp Purple ink
- Montblanc B Nib | MB Irish Green Ink
- Pilot B (Stub) Nib | Krishna Moonview Ink
- Platinum M Nib | Platinum Violet Ink
- Parker F NIB | Parker Quick Ink
- Sheaffer M Nib | R & K Verdigris
- Montegrappa M Nib | CP DD Blue
- Wing Sung F Nib | Monteverde sapphire
- Bexley M Nib | MB Golden yellow
- Spectrum Noir Classique marker
- Kuretake Zig mangaka flex
- Sakura Pigma micron pens
These are only a few that were tried and tested I’m sure many users have used various inks and nibs.
I had purchased Ayush paper A4 sized notepad and got an A5 sized notebook too.
Got this parcel today and the packaging was really nice. The 2 diaries were enclosed in translucent butter paper (not sure this is the right term) envelopes and they were accompanied by a hand-written personalized note by Ayush Surana Ji.
I got down to trying this paper using the two beastly nibs that I have (absolutely no mercy); the A5 pad with my MB 149 Broad nib pen (inked with Sheaffer Blue) and the Pierre Cardin President fitted with Kanwrite BB Oblique nib, dipped and not inked with Sindhoor RC Series Krishna Inks.
The results were amazing. The A5 paper worked like a charm, feeble ghosting and I can also. live with it, considering how cost-effective this option is. The A4 had comparatively more ghosting..but might be due to the fact that it’s the last page and the support page was the hard back-cover. I then tried writing with the same pen on the first page and there was still some minor ghosting. That led me to believe perhaps the issue is with the nib..it’s a BB after all. So I decided to try this nib on the A5 sheet too and pleasantly, we are back to that feeble ghosting. Almost not noticeable..even with a BB nib which is all wet with ink. I think I am settled for my paper needs until unless I find a pen with even more wet juicy nibbed pen but I am sure..they will come out with more suitable paper by then and this will be a suitable paper for my EDC pens I am going to have many more orders from this website.
ANIEL GIDWANI (verified owner) –
Hello Friends, This review is for B5 ruled book. Now its 3 months that I have been writing on this 8-mm line gap 100-gsm natural finish paper. Pen-Jinhao X750 medium nib with Sulekha Swadhin Black Ink. (natural dye ink) The combination of this nib and ink is simply awesome, the flow is very wet and dark, it dries very fast and the glide of tip and paper is very smooth. The other pen used was again Jinhao 150 with M nib, now this pen has weight and it balances very well in the hand, the ink used was Waterman Tender Purpllikee ink. This is one of the best wet inks available in the market at a cost effective price. This ink wrote lhosyingike butter on the Ayush paper. Being 100-gsm paper there was no ghosting/bleeding etc.
PS: My only suggestion to Ayush that the paper needs to be more on the mattier side, one side of the paper is perfect , but the other side tends to be bit of glazy which make the nib slip and the ink flow also effects. Otherwise kudos to Ayush Paper for bringing such wonderful product- Make in India we salute you.
Hii thank you so much for a detailed review.
Yes we are working on having both the sides look alike or feel alike.
Thank you for your constant orders.