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Sometimes you just need to get things down on paper. Field Notes are there for when you’re out and about, whether that’s on a road trip, in a bar, or exploring a new city. With a vintage design inspired by agricultural memo books of the early 20th century, these journals are small and flexible enough to fit in a back pocket. The set also comes with a pair of colorful retro clic pens so you’re prepared whenever inspiration strikes.
This is not something I will ever use. Waste of a birchbox sample in my opinion.2
The notebooks feel like a moleskine knockoff, but are otherwise fine. The pens are incredibly cheap, with a flimsy feel.2
This product seems to be of nice quality and would probably be very nice for someone who is not as technically inclined as myself. With that being said, there are zero instances that I would use this product. I only carry my smartphone for note taking.2
I signed up for birchbox to get samples of grooming products, not pads of paper. I understand the "relevance" of back to school season and such, but it's gimmicky. In the digital eras, I personally take notes on my phone and my techie personality is indicated in my Birchbox profile. It's just a couple pads of paper and a couple pens. Nothing special.2
By far the most drab and ordinary thing to pop up in my Birchbox. While the pen worked well, little tablets with ironic things written inside them just isn't my thang.2
This would have been kind of cool in 1998 when we didn't all have smart phones with notepad apps.2
I thought this would be a cool product, but it turns out that it's just some pens and paper. These aren't real field notebooks.2
Maybe its just me but if i wanted a designer pen Id buy a Mont Blanc... If i wanted a hipster pen id go to Urban Outfitters, to me these are just pens.2
seriously, it's just a small pad and pen. the pen writes good enough, I'll keep it in my car, but again it's an $11 pen and pad; however, I am pretty sure this was once used in a Wes Anderson film, so that makes it more than just a pen and pad!2
If you want a notebook, get a moleskin. They are more functional and actually stylish. This is pretty underwhelming and not something I would actually use.2