Friday, May 23rd, 2014

Let’s Talk Flat: NEW Landscape Webbie


Landscape Webbie

The new landscape Webbie notebook both opens flat to the page and lies flat when you are leaning on it to write. To me, that’s a pretty big deal because I don’t like losing precious real estate in the fold.

How important it it to you that your notebook lie flat? Can you give specific examples of when it might be particularly necessary for the book to lie flat?

Landscape Webbie

Opens flat: The paper needs no hand pressure for the pages to reveal a flat writing surface.

Landscape Webbie

If you lean on the book as you write, the spine folds neatly upon itself.

3 thoughts on “Let’s Talk Flat: NEW Landscape Webbie

  1. Will it come in a lined version? Black? When will it come to the States? Consider us enticed!

  2. I tend to draw rather than write in my journals (even if the paper is lined or dotgrid). It’s vital to have flat pages, especially if I want to do a double page spread. That slope that often occurs in the middle of a book, can make it impossible to get a good scan or photograph for sharing my work online, so that’s a second reason to need the flat pages.

  3. Oh, please tell me that these Webbies will be available in the U.S. Landscape format is one of my very favorites for notebooks, because it provides tremendous flexibility for organizing information across the spread. (One, two, three columns, images, side notes, etc.) Flat is also very important to me.

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