Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

Hard Cover Rhodia

Stephanie

Every now and then, someone writes to us asking if there are any “true” hard cover Rhodia products available. The answer is yes, but they are not currently an item that Exaclair imports to the US. They do import a Clairefontaine version which contains 192 pages of white 90g paper, (versus the standard 80g Rhodia) are available in ruled (with margin) or blank paper, have several cover color options and retail for about $12-14 each for the A5 book. The Rhodia version has a black cover, 192 pages of white 80g paper but is currently only available in graph and lined versions. Each book is available in A4 and A5 sizing. (5.83 × 8.27″ and 8.27 × 11.69″)

We asked our Facebook fans if this is an item they would be interested in- from their responses and my own personal experience with reviewing journals, I know this is something that would be well received- though I know people would definitely want dot and blank versions. And orange covers. (Our fans are hard core faithful to the black & orange!)

I am a fan of the 80g white Rhodia paper and I know I’d love to see a blank version of this book…. If this product were available in the US, which version would you prefer and how would you use it?


26 thoughts on “Hard Cover Rhodia

  1. I saw one of these at a retailer yesterday. Unfortunately, it doesn’t come close to lying flat, and I had to wonder about the utility versus other binding formats.

  2. I saw one of these at a retailer yesterday. Unfortunately, it doesn’t come close to lying flat, and I had to wonder about the utility versus other binding formats.

  3. Would like to see a blank A4 version in black, but do they lie as flat as Moleskines? Flat is important. I’ve had trouble with Clairefontaine clothbounds. Love the Rhodia paper, although I prefer the wirebound versions, which are harder to find.

  4. Would like to see a blank A4 version in black, but do they lie as flat as Moleskines? Flat is important. I’ve had trouble with Clairefontaine clothbounds. Love the Rhodia paper, although I prefer the wirebound versions, which are harder to find.

  5. Currently use a MS A4 for my graduate class notebook. It’s really nice, but the paper isn’t that great. I’d love an orange HC Rhodia, blank pages, with 90g paper. Really nice.

  6. Currently use a MS A4 for my graduate class notebook. It’s really nice, but the paper isn’t that great. I’d love an orange HC Rhodia, blank pages, with 90g paper. Really nice.

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