Earlier on, I got lucky to have two Paperchase journals from Booksale. Booksale people said these notebooks are limited, so I'm really lucky to have gotten hold of two. For fountain pen users like I am, it is important that the notebooks and paper we use are friendly to our pens and their inks. Luckily, the Paperchase notebooks are super fountain pen friendly! I wrote on it with my pens, beginning with the finest to the broadest, including my calligraphy pens, and there was no feathering at all! There were minor signs of bleed though, but that's expected with medium and broad nibs like the ones from my Rotring 600 (B) and Schneider Base (M). The paper is white, smooth, and ruled wider than that of my Moleskine's, but that's okay, too. I'd need that if I am to use my medium- and broad-nibbed pens.
The inside pages of the notebook: white, large-ruled, fountain pen-friendly!
And just last weekend, another strike of luck came by while I was browsing shops at SM, where I found this Eagle notebook at Office Warehouse, the same place where I get my Schneider pens. Again, it's fountain pen friendly, but the best thing about it is its wire binding. And it's got an elastic band too. This notebook comes in A5 and a bigger version which is best for sketching despite its ruled pages.
Eagle notebook: 80 pages of ruled, white, smooth, fountain pen-friendly paper!
I tried writing on it and here's a sample page with scribbles of my fountain pens.