Wednesday, February 6th, 2013

Dot, What?

Karen

In the last week we have requested a request for dot Rhodiarama notebooks and dot Reverse books.  I checked–and while there are no immediate plans to make these products with dot grids you never know..  rhodia_dot_black_detail_750

Are there any other Rhodia products–existing or otherwise–where you would like to have dot grids?

Knowing your preferences helps us with product development. Thank you.

 


6 thoughts on “Dot, What?

  1. Thanks so much for the feedback, which I will pass along to the Rhodia product chief in France. I will keep you posted if more dot grid products are planned. Thanks again!

  2. I would love to see Dot Pads for the smaller pad holder No. 11.

    Also, you have pencil loops sewn into the No. 11 Pad Holder, but not the No. 12? I prefer using the smallest Dot Pad, so I’m having a pencil (I use a Fisher Space Pen) loop custom sewn into the No. 12 Pad Holder to fit the smallest Dot Pad.

    In general, I would love to see the Dot used over the entire system. It’s perfect for any type of note taking or drawing (I use them a lot for Mind mapping) or any other use.

  3. ooo…a dot LeCarre would be cool…or a Reverse… For some reason I find the combo of square and dot pleasingly different…I’m a fan of contrast…to say nothing of liking the dot grid for writing in general, no matter the shape of the page.

  4. I can’t think of any additional products at the moment, but definitely want to add to the Rhodiarama requests — dot grid is my favourite kind of paper!

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