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What is the difference between a loose-leaf notebook and a notepad?

Updated:04-02-2019
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First, a loose-leaf notebook; from the word "loose page […]

What is the difference between a loose-leaf notebook and a notepad?

First, a loose-leaf notebook; from the word "loose page", we can know that the inner page (core) of a loose-leaf notebook can be removed or added at will,

Loose-leaf notebooks are currently used in corporate custom high-end gifts, consisting of cover, loose-leaf iron clips or coils and paper. It is usually fixed by two rivets on the cover, and you only need to gently open the binder when removing the paper. The biggest difference from ordinary notepads is that they are strong and reliable, and can be repeatedly flipped.

The inner page of the loose-leaf page can be used to tear off one of the pages. It is flexible to use. The paper can be disassembled, replaced, and conveniently arranged. It can also be combined according to your own preferences. As shown below:

Paperback Notepad is also called a hardcover notebook:

It is a kind of cardboard or leather material as the cover, so the protection is not easy to be stained, which is conducive to long-term preservation. The biggest feature of the paperback notebook is that the cover is strong and can protect the inner page very well. The inner page is generally locked with a thread. Then stick the inner core together with a cloth strip to reinforce the connection between the inner core and the envelope, as shown below:

 

 

 

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