|Item Weight||13.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 1 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||118769C|
|Number of Items||1|
|Sheet Size||5 1/2 x 8 1/4|
|Manufacturer Part Number||118769C|
Rhodia Black Webnotebook 5.5 inch x 8.3 inch Dot Grid
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- 192 pages (96 sheets) Ivory 90-gsm
- Clairefontaine paper with gray rules
- Fountain pen-friendly
- Black ribbon bookmark
- Black elastic band to keep book closed
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The Rhodia Webnotebook has a modern design with an embossed, Italian leatherette cover and 96 sheets of ivory paper inside. Also features an inner expandable pocket, elastic closure, and ribbon marker in corresponding cover color. Measures 5.5x8.25 inches and has dot grid. Black cover.
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The Rhodia Black Webnotebook is exactly the same height, as the Moleskine and about .5 inches wider.
The pages on the Moleskine are exactly flush with the edges of the cover, but the Rhodia's cover is very slightly bigger than the pages inside, meaning the pages are just the tiniest tiny bit smaller than the pages of the Moleskine.
The Rhodia's inside covers are lined with black (where the Moleskine had creme) - and there is a paper pocket pasted into the back cover. The Rodia does not have the area to write your name and phone number (because the page is black) so if you want that you might consider silver Sharpie or a sticker label. The cover of the Rhodia is smoother, and cushier, than the moleskine, I think. Both notebooks have a rubber band closure strap and a bookmark ribbon. The moleskins's ribbon is quite a bit longer than the Rhodia's, but it still works.
Moleskine was a solid grid, the Rhodia sports a dot grid. I like the dots better than the solid grid, but I do wish they weren't quite so dark.
Moleskin has 25 horizontal squares, and 40 vertical. Strangely, the Rhodia has 26 horizontal and 39 vertical. So you lose one vertically but gain one horizontally. The Rhoda's squares seem a tiny bit bigger - or that could be an illusion of the dot grid rather than lines.
This is where the Rhodia blows the Moleskine out of the water! The Rhodia's paper is creamy colored, and smoother to the touch. You can just tell this is better paper. My favorite pen the Pilot Precise V5 RT - the best pen on the planet, period) doesn't bleed though AT ALL. See the photo where I drew a key at the top - I really dug in with the pen to see how much ink the paper would take and you can barely tell on the other side! I also tested Sharpie Pen, a few colors of Staedtler Fineliner, a Staedtler Watercolor brush pen, and finally just plain old black classic Sharpie. The only one that bled through even a little bit was the Sharpie (which wasn't surprising). This paper is obviously superior to the Moleskine.
Overall, this is an excellent bullet journaling notebook with high quality paper, and I would recommend it highly. And take it from me, if you're new to bullet journaling, ~$20 might SEEM like a lot for a notebook when you can get one that looks pretty similar for about 5 bucks at Target - but when you're going to carry something every day the cheap ones just don't hold up. Whether you decide to do this notebook, a moleskine, or something else make sure it's something that can take the abuse!
-1 star: Rhodia uses Clairefontaine paper. This means that while the paper is great at resisting feathering (the spread of ink away from the intended line on the top surface of the paper) and amazing at fighting bleeding (the spread of ink going through to the back of the paper), it also means that this paper is really, really smooth. In fact, I'd almost call this paper glossy. It certainly is very slippery and while it handles ink and pen well, the writing experience leaves a little to be desired. While the pen is gliding over the paper, it almost feels as if I'm dragging some nails across a chalkboard (to a far lesser extent, but still noticeable). The feel of the paper in hand is also not great. It feels like a thicker version of a glossy magazine.
All in all, solid product.
Edit 11/29/15: Per Florian's comment below, I want to clarify that the quality of the paper is top-notch. It's just that for paper with the same performance characteristics (glossy, smooth, good shading, and feather/bleed-through resistance) there are papers which perform better and don't have a weird feel.
I'm including a list of links to other products which have better paper (though it may not be better notebook for your purposes):
1 X Kokuyo Campus Todai Series Pre-Dotted Notebook - Semi B5 (7" X 9.8") - 6 mm - 35 Lines X 30 Sheets - Pack of 5 Cover Colors
Apica Premium C.D. Notebook - A5 - 7 mm Rule - 96 Sheets
Tomoe River Paper, Cream, 8.5 X 11 (Letter-size), 100 Loose Sheets <-- I haven't tried this product. If you look around on the internet, you can find different distributors for similar styles of paper.
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