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Alwych Notebooks have had the same design since the 1930s and features an all-weather cover that has been a lasting signature of the Alywych books. Alwych notebooks contain light cream opaque ruled pages with green lines and blue edges, section-sewn and housed in an all-weather cover. Its flexible all-weather cover is constructed to keep the pages safe by providing strong, durable protection that's to withstand the elements. Having ruled pages on ivory paper increases the opacity of the paper which makes the notebook easier to read while reducing eye strain. The pages are traditionally sewn into 16-page sections before being welded into the all-weather cover. Made in Scotland.
Recommended in the UK by police, tanker and delivery drivers, walkers, gardeners, mountaineers, golfers, archaeologists and explorers (durable Alwych books are a standard feature of past British Antarctic expeditions).
- 3.25 inch x 5.25 inch - 80 sheets/160 pages
- 4 inch x 6.4 inch - 80 sheets/160 pages
- 4.5 inch x 7 inch - 96 sheets/192 pages
- 5 inch x 8 inch - 144 sheets/288 pages
* Multiple cases may be shipped per package in order to minimize the charge for shipping.
Alwych Notebooks (AL)
- Fits: 1-3/4 in. thick doors up to 36 in. wide
- Country of Origin: United Kingdom
Note: Specifications are those given by manufacturers and are not tested for accuracy.
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