Rhodia Webnotebook - 5.5" X 8.25" - 96 Sheets - 5 mm Dot Grid - Black - Bundle of 2

Rhodia Webnotebook - 5.5" X 8.25" - 96 Sheets - 5 mm Dot Grid - Black - Bundle of 2

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Bundle of two Rhodia Webnotebooks.

This hardbound leatherette notebook has 96 sheets of 5 mm dot grid, 90 g acid-free, pH neutral, PEFC paper wrapped in a compact and sturdy 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, so you can support sustainable efforts with each page you write on! Notebook measures 5.5 x 8.25 inches and is great for travel.

Notebook features:

- Soft, supple covers in iconic Rhodia design

- Discreet embossed logo

- Inside pocket for notes, cards

- Smooth ruled paper

- Elastic closure

- Slim and easy to carry

Products Included in This Bundle

Total price if bought separately: $49.00
You save: $11.00

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Can't believe there's...
April 19, 2012
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Can't believe there's not a review for this yet. Amazing notebook. Cover feels great.. paper is exactly what you'd expect from Rhodia (perfect for fountain pen users). The dot grid is non-intrusive and serves a nice subtle guide for writing straight lines. Excellent notebook. Better than anything else out there. I wish they made a slightly larger size though like the Quo Vadis Habana. The paper on this Webnotebook is also not as beige as other reviews have stated.
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This notebook has made...
January 23, 2014
Verified Purchase
This notebook has made a monster of me. I used to be okay writing in anything, then I bought these as a treat to myself. NOW I CAN'T GO BACK! The whole thing is very high quality (the cover is nearly pettable), but I can't say enough about the paper. The cream color is georgeous... perfect for fountain pen ink. I prefer a broader nib, so I'm used to ink feathering and bleeding through the page. No so here. The ink sits beautifully on the page. The dot grid really frees up the way you capture information. Graphs and charts are so much cleaner now. Again, simple lined pages have lost their appeal. Also, the binding lies perfectly flat. That rocks. The whole thing rocks. The only problem with these is the nagging paranoia I now have that they might one day stop making them.