|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.2 x 5.9 x 0.3 inches|
|Item model number||16000C|
|Number of Items||1|
|Sheet Size||6x8.25 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||16000C|
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Rhodia Classic Orange Notepad 6x8.25 Uni-Blank
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- 80 sheets in a Pad
- Perforated on top
- Stiff back cover
- Acid-free paper
- Made in France
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This Classic Rhodia pad has the distinctive orange fold over cover with 80 sheets of extra white paper inside. Sheets have a perforated tear off and are blank, allowing for sketching as well as writing. Made in France since 1934. Pad measures 6x8.25 inches with blank pages.
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The paper works fantastically with fountain pens. Nibs just glide along it, so if you like a bit of feedback, this probably isn't your paper. But there is minimal bleed through and almost no feathering. And this is in spite of the thinness of the paper. It definitely doesn't feel like heavy-duty quality stationary, so it's not the most impressive paper if you're handing a note to someone written on it. The thickness is similar to that of plain copy paper. And really, that's my only gripe with it. If it had heavier paper, (ex. 80 lb), I would probably enjoy it even more. Then again, if it were thicker, you might not be able to use it with guide-lines underneath; so that might be an intended design compromise.