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CopyGuru from the Fountain Pen Network recently reviewed the new Rhodia Planner.
“For starters, the planner is not made in France by Rhodia, it is made by QuoVadis in the USA for Rhodia with the 90g paper- which is heavier than the 80g used in the Rhodia Staple-Bound pads. *Editor’s Note: Similar to the pocket/large Quo Vadis Habana journals, the pocket Rhodia Planner uses 64g paper and 90g in the large- all Clairefontaine paper.
I would have liked it if the Webnotebook and the Planner were the same size- like the Mole planner and notebooks. It just looks cleaner when they are used together.
Not only are the sizes different from the Rhodia planner to the Webnotebook, but the cover on the planner is much softer than the cover of the Webnotebook. You can tell they are made by two different companies.
I’d say the 2010 Large planner is basically a softer-covered QuoVadis Habana with a Rhodia logo on it. This is by no means bad, QuoVadis planners are awesome- especially the Notor Habana.
On the rear, the elastic band “web” sticks tight to the rear of the planner if not in use- which I prefer to the loose web of the Mole or the Webnotebook.
Overall- I will use the 2010 Rhodia planner this upcoming year… I gave up on the Mole planner 2 years ago for the Notor by QuoVadis.
Size of Rhodia 2010 Large Planner: 6”x9”, made in USA by QuoVadis- for Rhodia. Price is $19-20″