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Dot Grid Journal Refill/Insert

Dot Grid Journal Refill/Insert

The most elegant refillable journals deserve a unique Dot Grid Insert. Your refillable Epica journal will cradle this Dotted Notebook insert perfectly. Simply replace your insert with a new one and plan away! 

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Perfect for use with our quality pens and pencils, this high-quality dotted paper insert is true and tested. Made from lightweight 22lb acid-free archival writing stock.

IMPORTANT NOTE: This is an insert without covers. Refill/Inserts fit into Epica Refillable Journals and are intended to be replaced when filled. They may not fit into journals of other brands.  Browse Epica Refillable Journals for the finest quality leather covers, all handmade in Florence, Italy. 

Some Product Details:

  • • Medium size is approx. 6x9 inches (A5 – 145x210mm) 
  • • 3 satin bound-in bookmarks: black, white and one matching the creamy flyleaf color
  • • 256 creamy white writing pages (128 leaves), about 1-inch thick (2.7cm)
  • • Dots are spaced about ¼-inch apart (5mm)
  • • Perfect for any and all pens/inks, including dip/fountain pens (22lb archival paper pages)

Exact inside dimensions:

53/4x 8¼ inches (A5)

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Dennis L.
United States United States

Preeminent Service and Product

Shipping was expedient and product packing excelled. Major companies that I won’t name, and that regularly ship products, could—should—take lessons from Epica on how to pack and protect products for the hurly-burly of transport. I ordered multiple products and each was individually wrapped and well protected. The order arrived quickly, and as always the products were high quality. I will not hesitate to order again from Epica and would encourage anyone interested in fine journals to give Epica journals a try.