Thursday, November 4th, 2010

Rhodia dotPad Sizes and Format. Looking for more?

Stephanie

As of right now, Rhodia dotPads come top staple bound in the following sizes:

3 3/8 ” x 4 ¾ ”
6 ” x 8 ¼ ”
8 ¼ ” x 12 ½ ”
16 ½” x 12 ½ ”

I know you all would love a dotWebbie, so aside from a hard cover version that would mimic the existing Webbie sizes, what kind of dotPad products would you like to see? Staple bound in different sizes? I think I’d like to see a 6×8″ spiral bound book myself, oh yes.. definitely.


26 thoughts on “Rhodia dotPad Sizes and Format. Looking for more?

  1. I would really like to see the top spiral bound versions of the dot pad re-introduced. I bought a couple of these but then learned that they have been discontinued.

    Are there any plans to re-introduce them again?

    It would also be cool to see the dot grid format introduced in the Rhodia Reversebook line.

    Also, rounded corners on these.. Those sharp corners stabbing the heel of my palm as I write. I had to buy a corner rounder to smooth off the corners. That should be standard.

    Thanks.

  2. I would really like to see the top spiral bound versions of the dot pad re-introduced. I bought a couple of these but then learned that they have been discontinued.

    Are there any plans to re-introduce them again?

    It would also be cool to see the dot grid format introduced in the Rhodia Reversebook line.

    Also, rounded corners on these.. Those sharp corners stabbing the heel of my palm as I write. I had to buy a corner rounder to smooth off the corners. That should be standard.

    Thanks.

  3. I’d love to see the dotpad grid on 3×5 cardstock–loose cards rather than the bound paper pad. Great if you use “pocket briefcases” and the like.

  4. I’d love to see the dotpad grid on 3×5 cardstock–loose cards rather than the bound paper pad. Great if you use “pocket briefcases” and the like.

  5. Count me in for an A4 dot spiral. That would be my ideal work notebook. I use a whitelines now, but prefer the smoother Rhodia finish with a fine point fountain pen. Lotta folks on Fountain Pen Network would be all over this.

  6. Count me in for an A4 dot spiral. That would be my ideal work notebook. I use a whitelines now, but prefer the smoother Rhodia finish with a fine point fountain pen. Lotta folks on Fountain Pen Network would be all over this.

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