RITE IN THE RAIN
Rite in the Rain Tactical Pocket Notebook 3"x 5"RITE IN THE RAIN
Rite in the Rain Tactical Pocket Notebook 3"x 5"
"Rite in the Rain" is an all-weather writing paper specifically designed to shed water in a any weather condition. From the jungle in Africa, to Alaskan winters, to the sweat and grim of Iraq, "Rite in the Rain" ensures your data survivies!
Dont flag your position with a standard white paper notebook. Instead, protect yourself and your notes by using the "Rite in the Rain" Tactical Notebooks with all-weather paper. These spiral bound notebooks have 100 Universal pages (50 sheets) in green or tan. With the Universal Pattern you can use this text for notes and scaled drawings. Useful reference material is also printed on the back and inside covers.
- Size - 3" x 5"
- Page Pattern - Universal green
- Binding - Top wire-o Spiral
- Cover - Polydura (green)
- Pages - 100 (50 sheets)
- NSN - 7530-01-498-2080
- Weight - 0.13 lb. EA
Not a lot to review here. It's a notebook. You can write on it in the rain. Exactly as advertised. Fast shipping.
What can you say? It is what it is.
Haven't tried writing in the rain yet, but I expect that it will work as described.
Lives up to it's name.
What can I say other than, It works like it's supposed to.
Looking forward to writing in any situation when I need too.
My issued memo pads turn to mush in the humidity. These are a perfect solution.
i've had one go through a washing machine and just come out a little softer. use pencil, Sharpie, or a good pressurized cartridge pen with waterproof ink and the writing will last through any wet conditions. the jacket materials are also surprisingly tough and now seem to have even more handy conversions printed inside. the 3x5 size is a good pocket notebook size - it'll fit in just about any typical pants or jacket pocket. they're also great for tucking in to survival or trauma kits (remember to log trauma treatment to hand off to the medics!), range bags, car doors (for the quick hit & run plate jot-down), etc. note that the coils are smaller on the 3x5 pad, so most pens & pencils won't fit through them. however, with a bit of fiddling you can clip a Sharpie nicely to the front of it, between the coils.
Not much to say here other than it is exactly what it claims to be. Rite in the Rain makes a well made notepad that allows wet weather use. It is pretty much the benchmark for this type of product.