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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful.
Colors are Misleading, Sheets Separate Easily, but Cheap Price
The colors are not as vibrant as the photos would lead you to believe. If you look at my close up of the blue and purple, even in different lighting, you can see they almost look the same. This is a little disappointing.
I use these at work. I like different colored pads for notes and ideas, and like using various colors for various projects. These are small, they're not full legal sized pads, which I knew from the dimensions. Each page is perforated at the top, which is a must-have; however, these are so perforated, even a bump in the wrong direction of the page will result in it detaching. This is frustrating to me...
Additionally, the lines are not perfectly uniform as you'll see in the photos. For me, this wasn't as big of a deal as the separation from the pad and the lack of diversity of the colors. For that reason, I give them 3 stars because they're still a good value.
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful.
The product arrived earlier than expected, and was exactly what I expected, 6 nicely binded jr legal rule pads, 2 of each color. I posted a picture to show you what it looks like (or what it should look like for size and color) it's very similar to the picture displayed for purchasing. I also put a standard size mechanical pencil next to them so you can compare the sizes if you are unsure about the measurement in the description. unlike other reviews who unfortunately recieved not so good product, I can give this 5/5 stars hands down!
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Take Them With You In The Car
By Dora Benley
I have taken these junior legal pads with me on innumerable trips over the years. They fit inside a leather notebook made just for them, and I keep it in my purse. When riding down the interstate I write down the odometer readings every morning and every night to determine the mileage for the day. I write down the odometer at the beginning and ending of the trip, too. I never rely on the car to spit out the right mileage. We tried this once in Germany last summer when we were renting a Ford Mondeo, and the kilometers started over again with 0 and 1 before our trip was finished! Any thought that comes to me during the trip, any chore I might have forgotten I write down. Also I observe what's at important exits in case I come back this way again. Last summer for the first time ever I experimented with using my laptop in the car to take notes instead of using paper. This worked for writing down essays on my thoughts about what I was seeing, but it didn't work for making notes on fast-changing road signs. Apparently the hand was quicker than the keyboard! So I don't suppose I'll be abandoning my junior legal tablets any time soon!