When we saw how fast our Unobtainium notebooks sold out after our Kickstarter, we knew we'd have to make some more pocket size notebooks. Considering their smaller size and the atomic theme of the rest of our notebooks, we positively had to start making subatomic particles.
The first one up is Proton, and hopefully before long Neutron and Electron can get printed too. Proton, as well as all notebooks we're planning to make going forward, uses the same 68GSM Tomoe River Paper we debuted in Iodine. The thickness of 68 instead of 52GSM makes a huge difference in a pocket notebook where you're not always writing in the most ideal of locations.
Protons are usually drawn in Red, so we've chosen a really sophisticated wine red for the outer cover which is stitched with a dark grey thread adding some nice contrast.
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 grey thread, you get to celebrate Stitch Day instead of Staple Day.
Tomoe River Paper
With 72 pages of 68GSM Tomoe River paper in Cream 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
A model of the quarks and gluons that make up a proton and a periodic table are printed inside the front cover and a P+ 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.