Dingbats Wildlife: notebook review

2023-07-28 00:00

In my current project of finding a better setup for my bullet journal and productivity setup I got a tip from a reader about these notebooks and gave them a shot.

The notebook itself is mostly similar to a hardcover A5 notebook from Leuchtturm1917 and the rest. But all of the Dingbats products are both vegan and eco-friendly. A good thing, and I know very important to many.

I haven’t noticed any issues with the paper, something that usually shows up as I run through my regular carry of pens. Like my Lamy 2000 or the music nib on my Pocket 66 usually highlights any paper that isn’t great fast.

This is one of those A5-ish” notebooks. For some reason this always drive me nuts. Not for any particular reason. Just because: why not follow the fucking standard?!

The aesthetic of the notebook is interesting; not really my kind of things; but still interesting. Instead of the Moleskine / Leuchtturm1917 minimalism everyone are copying they have their own unique look. And I like that they are doing their own thing, even though it isn’ really my cup of tea.

But if you like their thing or want something eco-friendly I’d check them out, because they’re really good.

Made with ❤️ in Bergen, Norway by Eivind Hjertnes