Rite in the Rain Spiral Notebook- Black- 4x6
Rite in the Rain Spiral Notebooks are made with a black Polydura cover (durable plastic- as the name suggests), with a strong spiral wire binding. This is the classic "go-anywhere, anytime, in any weather" spiral bound notebook from Rite in the Rain. This top-spiral notebook has 50 sheets (100 pages) of light grey paper with the "universal pattern"- 1/4 inch rules with a faint 1/4 inch grid, printed in dark grey ink. This format makes writing easy on the eyes with soft page color and ink. Use a ballpoint pen or pencil for notetaking in any environment. If you are looking for a durable, waterproof, near-indestructible field notebook, then look no further. Give one a try- take some notes, then take it in the shower and see how it fares. You'll be surprised! This notebook measures 4x6 inches.
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One of our recent blog posts relates how, for someone who really needs a solid field notebook, Rite in the Rain products just can't be beat:
"Rite in the Rain notebooks come in many different sizes and page formats, but I tend to use one of the originals- the 3 by 5 inch, spiral top notebook. It fits easily into any pocket and with its plastic cover, it is virtually indestructible. But the key feature that makes Rite in the Rain products so important to someone who spends a lot of time outdoors is that the pages are waterproof. I have swam with my notebooks, used them in monsoon rains where I have been soaked through, taken notes during archaeological fieldwork sessions in dripping Central American jungles, and used them for years while in the military. I cannot say enough about the quality and functionality of their products. "