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    • Hi Mike!

      I know it’s a year later, but I figure for anyone else reading…

      I have the A5 cover and it doesn’t quite fit. It’s just a smidge too fat (the notebook). What I do is cut about a quarter of an inch off the front and back covers, and then it fits perfectly! Without doing this, the cover won’t quite close all the way. I’ve done this with a Writer and a Crossfield, and it’s worked beautifully.

  1. Tanya Lam

    So lovely! I may save up for one one day. How well does the book stay in the cover? I find my non Midori cover causes some shifting and bending of the cover pages. Makes me sad face.

    • wonderpens

      I don’t find that there’s any problem with the book shifting with either the Midori MD Notebooks (that the cover is designed for), or the Stalogy A5 notebook I use. I think if the notebook is not a good fit, you might find some shifting – this leather covers takes a true A5 notebook with a paper cover quite well!

    • wonderpens

      Sorry for the late reply!

      Yes, it will – the MD leather cover is a “standard” A5 cover, and will fit any notebook that is A5 like Clairefontaine’s A5 My Essential Dot Grid, etc. It will not fit notebooks that are a bit loose on A5, like the Quo Vadis Habana, or some notebooks that have a hard cover already, like the Rhodia A5 Webnotebook.

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