|Item Weight||8.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.3 x 5.8 x 0.4 inches|
|Item model number||16559C|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||6 x 8 1/4|
|Sheet Size||6 x 8-1/4|
|Paper Finish||Satin, Smooth|
|Manufacturer Part Number||16559C|
Rhodia No.16 A5 6 x 8 1/4 80 Sheet, Dot Pad, Black (16559)
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- 80 detachable micro-perforated sheets (not punched)
- Light grey grid with 5 mm intervals between dots
- 80 gsm paper
- Size: 6 x 8 inches
- Light grey dots with 5 mm interval between dots
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Functional black stapled notepad with a dot grid for creative free-thinking minds! An alternative to traditional lines and boxes the dot grid is a favorite for graphic designers architects and artists.
- 80 g acid-free pH neutral paper
- 80 sheets microperforated on top for easy and clean removal.
- Pale violet dots with 5mm interval
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Nice bright white, vellum-like quality
Unintrusive gray dots
Micro-perforation tears pages clean
Cover sturdy, folds over when using pad
How did I ever live without this paper??!?!
I just started trying out Zentangles. I wanted some kind of guidelines, but not actual graph lines. Here it be, peoples!
The Rhodia pads come in a variety of selections. Many different sizes to choose from. Can get lined, graph, dot grid, blank.
-Wish the dots were a little more faded
-Wish the backing on the pad was more rigid
Would never hesitate to get Rhodia paper again. In fact, will order the big dotpad soon.
Please see pictures for examples of marker ink on this paper
-Alcohol-based markers WILL bleed through (like they bleed through all paper)
-Water-based markers WILL NOT bleed through
-Micron won't bleed through
The paper here is very high quality: rock heavy, silk smooth, and snow white. In other words, these are not the one dollar packet of 100 sheets of paper you would find in a normal office store. While most people won't need it other than the reason that it's a nice luxury, these have profound uses for those who use ink pens.
The paper will not feather with any ink! At the same time, it is very absorbent - so much so that the ink won't smudge even though I swipe across it with my fingers almost immediately.
Perhaps this is expensive for paper, one may argue. I argue otherwise. I have seen paper of less quality in a thinner notebook that has been more expensive because some gimmick like a faux-leather cover or reinforced binding. This felt just as solid as any of those scams, and had paper I can only dream of in my sleep.
On the side note, the dot guides are great. I am practicing my writing on these paper, and it's a delight to be able to divide four squares into four quadrants to really regulate my handwriting. It might be extreme, but it definitely gives more control when you need it - much more than line guides by far.
I haven't forgotten the perforations. While it seems silly to comment on something so drab, I cannot rave enough about every aspect of this notepad. How many times have you suffered an unclean edge on a page you tried to take out from a notepad? I doubt it will happen with this one. If it does, it will probably be deliberately done.
Fountain and dip pen advocates who haven't heard of this company, take note of paper and pads Rhodia makes. No, this is not your only option, but it sure is a great one. I rarely think any product deserve five stars, but this one takes the cake.
Paper quality is exceptional.
Perforations will prevent unclean tears.
Dot guides will make writing cleanly a breeze.
Binding is study, and the cover is, too.
None at all.
Overall I keep one of these at home for taking notes and one in my backpack to jot down to-do stuff for class or secondary stuff I don't want to put in my N18 dot pad (which I use for actual classroom mote taking since it's bigger and permits reverse page writing without removing a sheet)
Rhodia may seem expensive for a notebook, but if you use fountain pens or hate lined/grid paper, these things are worth their weight in gold.
I took off half a star because as you use up paper, the binding is pretty tall, so I'd rather be able to purchase maybe 20 sheets at a time and replace the pad four times rather than endure a large bump at the top of the pad when I get close to the end. I also found the sheets difficult to tear off without ripping the paper, so I took off another 1/2 star.
In terms of cost, it is less expensive than other premium paper--about 7 dollars--but it is 80 sheets of paper per purchase. Granted, it is a notepad so it obviously will be a smaller quantity, but for each dollar you are paying for a little over 11 sheets of paper. Still, if you are buying this, it is because you aren't planning on just using a pencil on it--it's for ink of course! I recommend buying this, and if you prefer to have regular-sized paper, then go for size 18, the A4 variant. They do not produce letter-sized as we call it in the USA, but A4 comes close, though smaller.