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Rhodia Notebooks

Rhodia Staplebound Graph Notebook

New York Times review:

“The Rhodia notebooks are a step above many other notebooks thanks to their smooth paper, which works well with almost any writing tool (including fountain pens).”

Featured in New York Times’ 2017 Gift Guide.

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$ 5

Rhodia Staplebound Graph Notebook is a graph book that is known all over the world for its iconic cover, grids and smooth, ink-friendly and acid-free paper. The unique covers of the Rhodia Staplebound Graph Notebook make the notebook instantly recognizable and iconic.

To provide you with the context, the name ‘Rhodia’ comes from the river Rhone that flows by Lyon, dividing the Massif Central from the Alps. The company moved from Lyon to Sechilienne in 1934, and the production of the notepad started that very year.

The paper does not have grid lines but lines in a soft grey that makes your writing stand out in striking contrast. The lines are spaced wider 8 mm, more of a standard rule. The use of a bright blue or red fine-lined marker complements the grey and white paper.

The notebook has a pliable yet durable outer cover that is made from high-quality plastic, making it robust yet bendable that can easily fit into one’s back pocket. The grid paper, with excellent paper quality, makes it easy and uncomplicated to draw upscaled sketches promptly.

Unlike other field notes that measures 3.5 inches x 5.5 inches, the Rhodia Staplebound Graph Notebook measure 3 inches x 4.75 inches. The notebook comes with 48 sheets as well as 80 g of extra white paper.

At the price of USD5.14, the Rhodia Staplebound Graph Notebook offers great value for money and is a must-have for people who love to write.

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