Wednesday, January 21st, 2015

Rhodia Product Chief Visit


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I heard yesterday that the Rhodia product chief may pay a visit to the U.S. in early March to talk about product development.

I would like to share with her product ideas suggested by Rhodia fans and retailers. Can you please let us know via a comment on this blog post what new or enhanced product you would like Rhodia to offer.  Knowing the type of use you have in mind would also be helpful.

Thanks so much for your suggestions and support.


9 thoughts on “Rhodia Product Chief Visit

  1. Thank you for asking us, so customer oriented, I love that! I´d love to have a thin notebook/journal, approximately A5 in size, with a soft cover. I would use it as a bullet journal. I want it thin so it is light and I can take it with me all the time. Not too wide ruled, with 31 lines. And in other colors than orange and black. :) Turquoise would be awesome.
    Wish you a great day!

  2. I’ll second the request for a US-size composition notebook. I’d also like to see a webnotebook with numbered pages and an index (similar to the Leuchtturm1917’s).

  3. Webbie with 140lb paper or at least a paper that was very similar for pen use, but would take watercolor much better than the 90lb.

  4. Larger webbies in COLOR. I use the webbies for everything from journalling to conference notes. But black is dull and orange is so last century. Greater availability of the No 38 Dot pads (completely hooked on them for plotting)

  5. Hi,

    I would love to see composition notebooks (US size). I have a nice leather cover I would like to fill.

    Also, 8.5 x 11″ paper for my Circa notebook.

  6. I would very much like to see Rhodia bring back the Exacompta Black Block pads in blue and grey, 8 1/2 x 11 inches or A4. They are still my favorite writing pad but my stash is running out.

  7. Rhodia is my favorite paper for all-around, everyday use, and rely on the Dotpad in No. 12, 16 and 18 sizes. I would love rigid, bound notebooks or journals with the same snow-white 80 gsm dot grid paper. Webnotebooks are close but contain 90 gsm Ivory paper, and their covers are quite a bit thicker than necessary. Thank you.

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