Next up on our Subatomic Particles Pocket Notebook series is Electron.
For Electron we picked a sort of Royal Navy Blue for the cover and then proceeded to carry that blue through on the end sheets as well as the ruling on each page.
At long last for many of you, this notebook comes with lines rather than dots. It's a 6mm spacing between lines and for some added usability we subtracted (pun intended) a small dash from each line every 6mm. This gives the page a sort of negative (sorry last pun, we swear) space grid.
Standard Pocket Size
No reason to reinvent the wheel here. Special notebook sizes don't feel so special anymore when you want to buy a cover for them. (3.55" x 5.5")
Bound with Silver thread, you get to celebrate Stitch Day instead of Staple Day.
Tomoe River Paper
With 96 pages of 52GSM Tomoe River paper in White color, there's plenty of space for you to work on anything from your own theory of relativity to the arguably as important grocery list of relativity.
These notebooks use a soft leatherette cover to provide a pocket-friendly blend of durability and style
The electron shell configuration diagram and a periodic table are printed inside the front cover and an E- is stamped on the cover of each notebook. It's a conversation piece if you want it to be, but subtle enough if you don't.