What is the difference between a loose leaf notebook and a regular notebook?



The main differences between loose leaf notebooks and regular notebooks are as follows:

1. The loose leaf notebook is fixed with a binder, which is sturdy and reliable, and can be flipped and closed repeatedly. Ordinary notebooks, on the other hand, are mostly bound in adhesive or thread, and may come off after multiple folds.

2. A loose leaf notebook can be easily torn off one page, while a regular notebook may damage the structure and use of the entire notebook after tearing off one page.

3. The loose leaf notebook is flexible to use and can be disassembled, replaced, or combined with paper at will, meeting the user's DIY preferences. However, ordinary notebooks cannot replace paper.

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