|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|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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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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A warning about the product, though: this is no.19. Meaning that the detached paper size is A4. This is in contrast to no.18, where the detached paper has a height similar to letter sized.
no.19: 8.25x12.5 in
no.18: 8.25x11.75 in
I've tried many different brands, including 3 of the most popular: Moleskine (fell apart in my pocket), Field Notes (also fell apart pretty quickly), and Rite in the Rain (the waxy surface for the waterproof-ness makes it smudge-prone and no fun to write on). The Rhodia not only is a pleasure to write on (the paper feels thick and rich), it also is nice looking, a perfect size, and durable--I've been carrying on for 4-5 months now without any major damage to it.
In particular, I love the top binding, which allows for easy writing. The detachable pages are another nice feature, as is the dot grid on this model--all the convenience of gridded paper (write in a line, draw straight lines, etc) without the obtrusiveness of all the lines.
I really can't think of any way this product could be better. To me, it's the perfect pocket notebook.
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 product arrived with scuffs all over the cover, unfortunately.
It also sits higher in the Spark than the Wacom pads do, so your drawing area stops a bit higher than with the official pad, but the available drawing area also starts a bit higher. Drawings on this pad are more centered vertically than with the official pad as a result.
Pictured is a weird defect: one pad came with extra folding creases in entirely the wrong place. In the same picture you can see my new fold, which wasn't hard at all to make—and it solves the problem neatly enough. I'll likely actually trim the covers off these for use with the Spark anyway.
Recommended for Spark owners, especially if you can get them at a good price.