Friday, June 19th, 2009

Introducing: BLANK PAD, our weekly forum post

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We’re introducing a new feature this week. Blank Pad is a forum to discuss topics about our latest products, your comments and themes related to our obsessions – pen, paper and such. To start off, we’ d like to ask:

How did you discover Rhodia?


22 thoughts on “Introducing: BLANK PAD, our weekly forum post

  1. I started using Clairefontaine notebooks in grade school. The school I went to followed the french curriculum and we were required to use séyès-lined notebooks. Ever since I’ve been fond of them.

    While buying a replacement Clairefontaine notebook at one of our local store (Nota Bene) I was introduced to the sleek orange pads. I liked the #12 and #16 pads in 5×5 best for notes ever since. Since I drag my hand on the paper, the lack of a gutter with spirals makes it much more comfortable to write in.

  2. I started using Clairefontaine notebooks in grade school. The school I went to followed the french curriculum and we were required to use séyès-lined notebooks. Ever since I’ve been fond of them.

    While buying a replacement Clairefontaine notebook at one of our local store (Nota Bene) I was introduced to the sleek orange pads. I liked the #12 and #16 pads in 5×5 best for notes ever since. Since I drag my hand on the paper, the lack of a gutter with spirals makes it much more comfortable to write in.

  3. I was in England with students…they’d lose me every time we passed a stationers. In one of them I found my first Rhodia.

    It was the Reverse notebook I found later on, though, that cemented the love. I’m known for “the square notebook” at meetings. I’m also using the stapled notebooks in lieu of Moleskines for journals–super durable, great paper. Now, if only they came in blank…

  4. I was in England with students…they’d lose me every time we passed a stationers. In one of them I found my first Rhodia.

    It was the Reverse notebook I found later on, though, that cemented the love. I’m known for “the square notebook” at meetings. I’m also using the stapled notebooks in lieu of Moleskines for journals–super durable, great paper. Now, if only they came in blank…

  5. I’ve read, heard, seen it on websites, specifically Notebookism.com, from Fountain Pen Network, and from friends from overseas who got their hands on a Rhodia notebook. But I haven’t really gotten into owning/using one as it is not available here in the Philippines. :( Hopefully we can have them later on.

  6. I’ve read, heard, seen it on websites, specifically Notebookism.com, from Fountain Pen Network, and from friends from overseas who got their hands on a Rhodia notebook. But I haven’t really gotten into owning/using one as it is not available here in the Philippines. :( Hopefully we can have them later on.

  7. Through Black Cover and then patiently awaiting the delivery of the newly papered Webnotebooks.

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  8. Through Black Cover and then patiently awaiting the delivery of the newly papered Webnotebooks.

    david boise ID

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