2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful
Fantastic Idea created...
, September 16, 2011
Fantastic Idea created by a company strong on quality. The dots offer the same
divisibility of graph paper without the lines to get in the way. I use this
paper to create Celtic knots. Since it doesn't have lines in it my ideas are
very easy to see with noting darker than a .3 mm 2H mechanical pencil line. It
is easy to erase and inks well. The paper seems to be the same used in the other
notepads in the Rhodia line.
I can't recommend this paper highly enough!!
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful
Unique, ingenious design....
, April 21, 2012
Unique, ingenious design. Its like graph paper without lines. I am artistically
inspired every time I use this cool little dot grid notepad; it offers the
guidance of graph paper without confining you to a bunch of boxes. Its not just
about straight lines either, drawing curves, circles, symmetrical designs, and
so on, becomes simple with the unobtrusive lavender dot grid there to help. It
works for handwriting too (like those pre-dotted Campus notebooks that everyone
My only complaint is the sizes. There's only this 3 & a quarter by 4 &
three-quarter inch size and the 5 & three-quarters by 8 & a quarter inch which
is basically A5. But nothing bigger :-( I don't know if that's just what Jetpens
carries OR if Rhodia only makes those two small sizes.
Dot grids are so neat, and they seem fairly simple to design, so I wonder why
more companies don't make them?
(In my Jetpens dreamworld, Maruman makes a Mnemosyne Dot Grid notebook 8-) and I
just bought three 8-) lol don't wake me up yet, I have more imaginary shopping
to do... )
Dotpad in any size is...
, August 19, 2013
Dotpad in any size is superb alternative to costlier Unlimited or bulkier
Webnotepad of similar size. Cover is durable without getting in the way or
adding considerably to the cost. Paper is lovely for all inks and fountain pens
I've tried. Dot grid is wonderful alternative to solid lines. Thank you,
Because of the rigidity...
, April 28, 2013
Because of the rigidity of the cover and the staple, most of the top of the
paper gets unused or is hard to access, but the paper itself is very soft and