|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||11.7 x 8.3 x 0.2 inches|
|Item model number||18201C|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||8 1/4 x 11 3/4|
|Manufacturer Part Number||18201C|
Rhodia Ice Pad Staplebound 8.25X11.75 Grid
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- Sleek white cover featuring the Rhodia logo in silver
- Includes 80 pages of exceptionally smooth paper
- Paper is pH neutral and acid-free
- Includes muted silver-gray grid squares
- Measures 8.25 by 11.75 inches
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This 8.25 by 11.75 inch Rhodia Ice pad features a sleek white cover with the Rhodia logo embossed in silver. Each pad includes 80 sheets of smooth 80 g paper with muted silver-gray grid squares and a hard cardboard back for writing support. Both pH neutral and acid-free each page has a smooth finish and is micro-perforated for easy removal. The stapled cover folds back giving a clean presentation. Made in France.
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|Item Dimensions||11.69 x 8.27 x 0.16 in||11.69 x 8.27 x 0.39 in||8.27 x 5.91 x 0.79 in||—||8.27 x 5.83 x 0.16 in||11.61 x 8.27 x 0.8 in|
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First off, there is something different about this Ice pad when compared to the standard black/orange grid pad of the same size. I think they have the same specifications, but there's something definitely different in the paper, and I'm sad to say that I don't really enjoy it as much as I was hoping. I've included a photo, but it's hard capture the subtle differences. Here's a breakdown of my impression:
The most obvious difference is that the grid lines are grey on this paper, instead of the ugly purple that somebody at Rhodia should have been fired over. This was the entire reason I bought this pad, because I just didn't like how weird and technical looking the purple grid was. I had somebody ask me if I was using some kind of architect pad or something for taking notes. Anyway, I don't actually like the grey lines on the Ice pad, either. They might be a little lighter than the purple, but they have a weird tone to them, almost olive-grey. My first thought when opening the box was "Oh, I don't think I like this". That's usually a bad sign for me personally. But, alas, I gave it a chance.
This paper is also a slightly different color than the standard Rhodia grid pad. It's very subtle, but it's definitely whiter, and appears to be a bit more opaque. Comparing the two, the standard grid almost appears to have a slightly pinkish tone to the white (if you have one you know what I'm talking about), and the Ice pad is almost eggshell white.
You aren't going to believe me, but the Ice pad feels different and my inks behave differently on it. I don't particularly care for it. Note that it's a very subtle difference, but enough for me to immediately notice (and I'm just a regular guy, not a paper guru). My standard grid pad is smooth as glass, and is my favorite writing paper outside of Tomoe River. This Ice pad...does not have that exact same feel. All of my pens write in slightly finer lines, and they don't seem to write as wet on the Ice pad as they do on the standard grid. I tried Noodlers, Montblanc, and Pilot inks, all with the same exact results. The paper feels smooth, like my other pad, but it definitely behaves a bit different, almost like the nicer office copy paper that we have around my work. Not bad, but not what I was expecting.
My first standard grid Rhodia pad was a great experience. I filled the entire thing up very quickly. This pad has taken some getting used to, but it's still good paper. I would probably recommend the standard grid over this pad any day, but if you absolutely hate the purple grid and weird slightly pinkish paper, then this is a good alternative. I'll most likely switch back to the standard grid.
I feel like they were right on the money with the idea behind this pad, but something about it is different enough to change the overall writing experience.