Nava, whose pencil we looked at in 2006, of course makes many other stationery items. A new entry is their Nava Notes notepads.
The pads come in variety of sizes and colours, either side or top folding, hole punched or not. The covers have interesting colours and distinctive textures – they are definitely not from the big box office supply store.
The paper is finely perforated for removal. It also has a very interesting date system – years, months and days are marked, so you can circle or highlight the correct date. It certainly encourages (in a fun way) accurate date keeping. The paper is thick, though not as white bleached as Clairefontaine paper, for example.
I would have no hesitation recommending them.
7 Replies to “Nava Notes notepads”
Cool – certainly like that date system.
Very nice! The date system is great!
these are fantastic!
I have A4 Nava Notes. The pages are hole-punched in a 4 hole design. Does Nava Notes have a ring binder for this product? I want one!
Jane, Exacompta makes a four hole binder.