Rhodia A5 Webnotebook dot paper
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Rhodia A5 Webnotebook dot paper

Rhodia A5 Webnotebook dot paperRhodia A5 Webnotebook dot paper
Rhodia A5 Webnotebook dot paper
Rhodia A5 Webnotebook dot paper Rhodia A5 Webnotebook dot paper Rhodia A5 Webnotebook dot paper Rhodia A5 Webnotebook dot paper
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This is an excellent alternative to the Moleskine books, with the advantage of luxury 90gsm vellum paper, with the dot layout

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Also known as a Webbie, this is a fantastic alternative to the Moleskine range of notebooks. Rhodia are a well-known French manufacturer of stationery, established over 75 years ago, and they have something of a cult following of their own.

These books have a hard-backed leatherette black cover (orange also available) with the traditional removable paper banding. The paper is a luxury ivory 90gsm vellum paper. The books also have an elastic closure strap and hidden inside pocket.

For those in the know, these are the third generation or version 3.0 of the book with lie-flat binding and no logo on the pages.

These books have 96 sheets / 192 pages. These books have the new dot grid page layout.


A5: 148 x 210mm


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Recommended for fountain pens!
Written by Alexander ( 06/01/2017)
Amazing quality, love the ivory paper and it is a great paper to write with fountain pen! For me this one works better than a Leuchtturm.

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Is this book suitable if I'm going to be using a dip ink calligraphy pen?

Question submitted by: Sammy Britten on: 2017-03-14 10:25:50


Apologies for the delay in replying - we had staff sickness this week and managed to forget to keep an eye on the questions coming in whilst covering for her!

Absolutely - Rhodia is generally regarded as about as good as paper will get in an everyday notebook. Unless you are leaving the page swimming in ink it is an excellent choice for using with a dip pen. I'd recommend either this or the Taroko books which have Tomoe River paper. Counter-intuitive at 68gsm but they are amazing with inks. See link below. Both will stand up well to ink pens and glass pens shouldn't pose any noticeable extra demand on the paper, unless you are laying down ink very heavily.


Best regards

Answer submitted by: Dominic on: 2017-03-17 08:40:23

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