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Rhodia Reverse Book - 8.25" x 8.25" - Graph - Black

Rhodia Reverse Book - 8.25" x 8.25" - Graph - Black

$14.00
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4.5 (4 reviews)
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Use this versatile Rhodia Reverse Book any which way you want—have the spiral binding off to the side or up top. With its square dimensions, this notebook is easily used either way. The notebook is durable, with a double-spiral wire binding and flexible heavyweight cardstock covers that are coated and waterproof. There are 80 sheets of smooth, acid-free 80 g paper, printed with Rhodia's trademark pale violet grid lines. The sheets are micro-perforated for easy removal.

Dimensions: 8.25 x 8.25 inches (21.0 x 21.0 cm).


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Customer Reviews

Solid notepad for me,...
February 3, 2015
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Solid notepad for me, I find it very left handed person friendly.
2 people found this helpful
jessejordan0
Sometimes it's weird...
February 6, 2015
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Sometimes it's weird not using a not pad that's not longer than it is wide, but I dig the symmetry.
1 person found this helpful
dylantrott
After using two different...
June 29, 2016
Verified Purchase
After using two different Rhodia products -- this book and a dot grid pad -- I realized I don't like them at all. My major issue is that the 5mm grid spacing is too small for my writing. This applies to all the 5mm grid/dot papers available, in all brands of paper, not just the Rhodia.
connierose0218
Great Book! I use it...
March 6, 2016
Great Book! I use it for my Japanese studies and being able to have the rings on top is very convenient. Paper quality wise, I'd say the Rhodia Dotpad is better, though not by a significant margin. The ink dries slower on this paper, but this posed a problem for me only temporarily - it just caused some ink smears in the earlier pages. The graph really helps (lines are darker and more defined) with studying Japanese because the dots on the Dotpad are so faint I often veer off the lines.
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