Cover Your Bases
The “Prodigy” bundle comes with three different styles of notebook. Can you master all three challenges?
Let’s start small (literally). Our smallest test is the gray Scribe notebook—a 3-pack of them, to be precise. However stylish and pocket-friendly, a Scribe is undeterred by the harsh elements. And it might be simple and compact, but that’s what makes it deadly… and you’ve got three of them here.
Next up, our gray Traveler notebook. Might be a familiar size—and oh, what a thick and lovely leatherette cover!—but don’t be fooled. That notebook is as mobile and damage-resistant as a ninja wearing Kevlar. On the inside, its pages are mixed dot-grid and indentation-rule, so it adapts to your daily needs as it moves with you.
The final test is one of the newest: the big, bad Monolith hardcover in white. This one has the lined indentation rule on both pages, so get ready to cram your face with details and information. It’s nearly twice as thick as your Traveler, so it’ll last a while. But we bet you’ll want another when you’ve finally conquered it.
|1. Monolith||White - Indentation Rule (both pages)|
|2. Traveler||Gray - Dot Grid (left pages) / Indentation Rule (right pages)|
|3. Scribe||Gray - Blank (both pages)|