Tuesday, May 5th, 2015

Tuesday Talk Back: More Options for Landscape? or Reporter style Notepads?

Stephanie

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We received this recent request: “Is it possible for me to get a landscape Webnotebook with Dotgrid or to get a webnotepad with no perforated pages? I want a notepad, with a hard cover, with dot grid.’

Rhodia doesn’t currently have a product that fits this description. The Landscape Webbies are lined or blank only, and the cover is not meant to be folded back like a reporter stye notepad. The pages in the LW are not perforated.

The Webnotepad does come in the dot grid option, but the pages are perforated only.

What do you think of this request? Would you like to see a dot version of the LW? Or what about a reporter style Webbie with permanent pages? Any other options strike your fancy?

Landscape Webbie

Landscape Webbies are 5 1⁄2” x 8 1⁄4”. (A5) They contain 96 sheets of acid free 90 g ivory paper – either lined or blank.

Webnotepad

The Webnotepad is a flip top reporter style notepad with perforated sheets, available in lined or dot grid – 90g paper/96 sheets.  Available sizes are 3×4 3⁄4″, 3 1⁄2×5 1⁄2″ and 5 1⁄2 x 8 1⁄4″.

Webnotepad


5 thoughts on “Tuesday Talk Back: More Options for Landscape? or Reporter style Notepads?

  1. I think even better than a dot grid is some kind of whitelines/dot grid hybrid. That way it can easily be digitized using Whitelines Link. Leuchtturm1917 is using Whitelines, maybe Rhodia can too.

    So the perfect notepad (to me) would be:

    Rhodia 90g paper, non-perforated
    Hard-back,
    Landscape/Reporter
    Whitelines Link/Dot Grid
    Envelope in the back
    Optional Pen Loop

    And if I was really dreaming, a version that has water-proof paper with the Whitelines integration.

    I’ve got a couple dozen Field Notes notebooks, 10 or so Moleskine, and a handful of Rhodia pads and webnotebook. The Rhodia is my favorite because of the paper, and because it’s hard to lose a bright orange notebook!

  2. That sounds cool. The landscape or reporter binding leaves more of the page accessible. I like having a hardback because I want to keep what I write down forever. I only write down import stuff. I use your competitors reporter notepad with blank pages that I manually line with a ruler. I would like the dot grid much better.

  3. I would like a US legal-sized landscape webbie with permanent pages and dot grid. Not sure that I would use such a webbie very often, but it would be nice to have one if inspiration strikes and I need larger sheet of paper than my usual notepads. I hate tearing pages out of my webbies. One of the reasons that I despise spiral ring-bound notepads is their tendency to lose pages with constant use.

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