Pukka Pads A4 Writing Pad Reviews
Product Type: Pukka Pads in Homeware
Description:Wirebound & feint ruled. Perforated for easy removal of sheets. 200 Pages per pad.
Newest Review: ... greens accompanying it. The cover also provides information on the pad. This pad contains 200 pages of 80 GSM high quality ... more
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Customer Pukka Pads A4 Writing Pad Reviews (41)
by - written on 16/09/13 (Very useful, 33 readings)
I have a lot of note pads lying around mostly from Ideas and listd I have written down about whatever it is I am doing at the time. I also have creative pads for art/music etc and other ideas, and am always writing. I have note pads from colleges, Open uni, courses and work so there are box loads of old notes, most of it complete rubbish, but useful at the time. USAGE I have a Pukka pad in front of me now, which I bought a couple of days ago in Tesco for £2, it is am A4 160 page spiral with a multi colour candy stripe front on it. I was unsure whether to get this or Tesco's own A4 pad which was bright blue with a hard plastic cover, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/09/13 (Very useful, 15 readings)
Right, so I'm a stationery geek - I like nothing better than finding a good pen (which are hard to find!) and writing on the first page of a pristine new pad. And its even better if its a Pukka pad. I am just coming to the end of my university course, and have used Pukka all the way through for my neat notes , and have also found their project books really useful with their removable filing tabs. Other types of pads are available, such as jotters and A5 notebooks, however I've only used the A4 spiral bound pads. I like to use the spiral bound pads, as it means you don't have to bend the pages and waste writing space when using the other side! The perforations ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/13 (Very useful, 14 readings)
Studying at university means I am always in need of a decent writing pad to keep all of my ideas and lecture notes together. Over the years through school, college and now university I have tried pretty much every notepad out there. I have to admit I am very fussy and hate really cheap paper that you can't use ink pens on because it tears the paper or shows through. So time and time again, I have gone back to pukka pads in between trying out other brands of paper. I bought the A4 version of this pukka pad about a month ago from Rymans. They RRP in Rymans for £4.29 but with my student discount I picked it up for just under £4. The A4 pad is wirebound with 5mm ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/10/12 (Very useful, 64 readings)
I first came across Pukka pads when I went back to college about 10 years ago, I instantly liked the look of them and was impressed that A4 pads had improved so much since I'd finished university. In the years since I haven't been tempted to change brands and have been using Pukka pads at both home and work. What makes a Pukka pad great? Back in my university days A4 pads were bound together with a sticker binding which allowed you to tear pages out easily from the top but not from any other point in the pad. You also had to tear a page out before you could write comfortably on the back of it, this would mean by the end of a lecture I could have several ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/12 (Very useful, 42 readings)
==Overview== Pukka Pads are a brand of notebook which comes in a variety of sizes. I have both the A4 and A5 size and use them both on a regular basis. The A5 size is my preferred size as it fits in my hand bag much better than the A4 but essentially there is no difference in the quality or paper or design between sizes. They are about £8 for a pack of 3 notebooks in size A4. The cover is always green with white spots and PUKKA PAD emblazoned boldy on to the front. Each Pukka Pad has a spiral binding and inside you can either rip the pages out via the spiral binding or the pages are perforated to allow you to pull the pages out without pulling at the ... Read the complete review
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