Tuesday, November 6th, 2007

Rhodia ePure update

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This just in. Exaclair, the exclusive US distributor of Rhodia products, will not be importing ePure notebooks in 2008. The US dollar is taking a beating from the Euro, which, imported, would come down to $45 a book.

However, there’s a UK site, The Writing Desk (thanks, Maria!), that sells ePure online, and a closer one I found in Canada, Papeterie Nota Bene (scroll down to the “Boutique Rhodia Notebooks”), which sells them at about US$30 and US$21 for the two sizes. You may call the toll free number at 877 993-2527 or email them at info@nota-bene.ca for more info.

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More on Rhodia ePure
Read a reader report on ePure from Hong Kong


6 thoughts on “Rhodia ePure update

  1. Milton, I could really put your question in perspective if I know how much these ePures cost before the currency adjustment. Let me try to find that one out.

    But currency conversions aside, I’d say that the Rhodia ePure would *most likely* appeal to a Rhodia user or at least a notebook afficionado who values a good one when he sees it, even if he pays premium. At the end of the day, it’s still about getting what you pay for.

  2. Milton, I could really put your question in perspective if I know how much these ePures cost before the currency adjustment. Let me try to find that one out.

    But currency conversions aside, I’d say that the Rhodia ePure would *most likely* appeal to a Rhodia user or at least a notebook afficionado who values a good one when he sees it, even if he pays premium. At the end of the day, it’s still about getting what you pay for.

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