Rhodia Webnotebook - 3.5" x 5.5" - 5 mm Dot Grid - Black

Rhodia Webnotebook - 3.5" x 5.5" - 5 mm Dot Grid - Black

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This compact leatherette notebook has 96 sheets of 5 mm dot grid, 90 g acid-free, pH neutral, PEFC paper enclosed within a compact and sturdy hardbound cover. PEFC stands for Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification, and represents an international non-profit, non-governmental effort dedicated to promoting Sustainable Forest Management through independent third-party certification. You can support sustainable forestry efforts with each page you write on! This notebook measures 3.5 x 5.5 inches and is slim and easy to carry, making it great for travel.

Notebook features:

- Soft, supple covers in iconic Rhodia design

- Discreetly embossed logo

- Inside pocket for notes, cards, and memorabilia

- Smooth dot grid paper

- Elastic closure

- Ribbon bookmark matching the cover

This is the Black notebook. Photos of an unwrapped notebook feature the Orange notebook.

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Everything you want in...
September 14, 2015
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Everything you want in a little black book. Dot grid is so subtle that it's easy to forget it's there. Paper quality is fantastic for fountain pens and shows an amazing amount of shading and sheen (even when using finer nibs). Just be sure to account for extra dry time as the paper is pretty ink resistant.
This one is the best...
August 19, 2015
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This one is the best notebook that I have ever owned. I don't think I will ever go back to those cheap note books in which taking notes was a pain for me due to bleeding and feathering all around. I was not be able to use my favorite pens because of that, but now I can. I know it is expensive compared to other ones, but it actually 95 sheets and this is pretty much for me to finish anytime soon. Also, dot-grid is a very nice idea and better than lined and ruled pages for what I am doing. Recommended!

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