Average Customer Review
6 out of 7 people found the following review helpful
The pricing is for 2...
, July 19, 2011
The pricing is for 2 notebooks... And they are very very good notebooks at
Don't pay attention to any pretentious rants here about capitalism. Especially
if the person who wrote them cannot be bothered read the product description.
5 out of 5 people found the following review helpful
Previous reviewer disparages...
, June 20, 2011
Previous reviewer disparages the Ivy league, yet fails to comprehend the "bundle
of 2" concept. May be a sign to switch to the black version of this terrific
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful
Suggested retail price...
, April 23, 2013
Suggested retail price for these notebooks is $25.00USD each, they are not
locally available anywhere I've been and the best prices I can find online are
generally at least $6.00 more for two and shipping is additional of course.
Rhodia notebooks are on par with Quo Vadis another brand that uses
Clairefontaine paper and these two brands are the best notebooks I have found
for use with fountain pens and various inks. If you do not use fountain pens you
may not be as hard pressed to pay so much for a notebook as Moleskine is
sufficient for pen and ballpoints but the craftsmanship is far superior with
Rhodia and they are fairly priced here.
2 out of 24 people found the following review helpful
I love this notebook,...
, May 13, 2011
I love this notebook, actually I don't believe there is a better one out there.
But Jetpens is OUT OF THEIR MINDS WITH THIS PRICING. I buy them over priced at
the Container store for $18.00. That is a total of $36 for 2. Is Jetpens really
selling 1 for almost twice as much and then trying to give you a deal for
charging more than anywhere else for 2 and posing it as a good deal. I am really
disappointed. Almost enough to not buy from them again. I believe this is taking
advantage of there customers who might not know of this product and therefore
don't look elsewhere. Yeah I know it is their stupidity and not Jetpens
responsibility. F-that I believe companies need to be ethical in order to be
worth anything and they need to only sell something if they are being of service
and improving the lives of their customers. Capitalism doesn't mean rip off your
customer, that is why people are believing socialism is the only way, we can't
trust people will do the right thing. Leave it up to a few Ivy league wanna be
business people to be the rip off artist. Good luck with your successes.