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November 5, 2007 8:58 AM   Subscribe

Where can I get a five-subject spiral bound graph paper notebook?

I prefer to take my class notes on graph paper, but it seems that you can only get graph paper in pads. If I could find a place that sold a big spiral-bound notebook of graph paper, I'd probably pay ridiculous amounts of money for it, but I'm not even sure if they exist. Do they?
posted by showbiz_liz to Shopping (10 answers total) 6 users marked this as a favorite
 
spiral bound graph paper notebook by rhodia (but not five subject) -- i love rhodia graph paper. good luck!
posted by boygirlparty at 9:03 AM on November 5, 2007


This?
posted by fondle at 9:04 AM on November 5, 2007


Ideally, I'd like something bound on the side, but these Rhodia ones look pretty good- I'll probably get some if I can't find what I'm looking for.
posted by showbiz_liz at 9:08 AM on November 5, 2007


hooray!! clairefontaine makes just what you're looking for.
posted by boygirlparty at 9:19 AM on November 5, 2007


Mead makes one-subject spiral bound graph paper notebooks in their Five-Star line. Try a college bookstore if your local office/art supplier doesn't pan out...

like this
posted by NikitaNikita at 9:23 AM on November 5, 2007


You could make your own.
Go buy a spiral bound notebook whose covers you want. Buy a few pads of graph paper, double-sided would be best.
Buy some subject dividers.
Peel off the adhesive gum at the top of the graph paper.
Take the whole works to Kinko's (or equivalent) and they'll spiral-bind it while you wait for $5 or so.

I have been thinking about doing this for a while, but I don't return to lectures until January...
posted by KevCed at 9:33 AM on November 5, 2007


As per KevCed, you can print your own. From a previous AskMe thread... Go to this link below and print out your own graph pages.

http://incompetech.com/graphpaper/
posted by HeyAllie at 3:25 PM on November 5, 2007


The Barnes and Noble where I work sells these at a not-too-ridiculous price--maybe $8ish? I love them. The page edges (and I think the lines) are color-coded. I can't find the one I have on the website, unfortunately, and I've taken off the sticker with the ISBN.
posted by Cricket at 11:35 PM on November 5, 2007


The ones cricket is refering to I believe are made by miquelrius; I have seen them and bought large amounts olf them at B&N when I see them, but they're not there all the time, and I can't find a source for this type of miquelrius book online.
posted by Soulbee at 8:36 AM on November 6, 2007


ah yes, using someone else's link, heres some yummy miquelrius products. i've been in love with these notebooks for well over a decade now: here
posted by Soulbee at 8:41 AM on November 6, 2007


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