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  Rhodia No. 18 Notepad - 8.25 x 11.75, Dot Pad - Black
Rhodia No. 18 Notepad - 8.25 x 11.75, Dot Pad Paper - Black


 
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This A4-sized paper notebook features 80 sheets extra white 80 g acid-free, pH neutral dot grid paper, microperforation on top for easy and clean removal, and the iconic black cover.

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Our Price: $9.00

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Product Code: R18559
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These economical notepads are a favorite of artists & designers, writers, and notebook fans for notes, sketching and hand drafting. People love them for their grids, smooth paper & iconic cover. This A4-sized dot grid paper Rhodia notebook features 80 sheets of extra white 80g acid-free, pH neutral paper, microperforation on top for easy and clean removal, and the iconic black cover.
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Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 26 Write a review.

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Rhodia is amazing! April 16, 2014
Reviewer: Vincent Lantaca  
I have been writing on cheap paper (printer paper and binder paper) for the longest time. I decided to see why people always bring up Rhodia notepads. Not expecting anything from the thin paper, I inked up my Ahab with some dark ink and started doing some heavy flexing. To my surprise, there was no bleed-through. Compared to cheap paper, the shading of inks such as Apache Sunset are very pronounced on Rhodia. It takes a while to get used to dotted paper, but that's mostly because I'm used to lined or graph paper. The main disadvantage for me, ESPECIALLY since I am left-handed, is that when you do flex writing, inks take a long time to dry. Even as an over-writer, I still smear wet ink when I'm not careful. If you are an under-writer, then have at it.

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Rhodia April 16, 2014
Reviewer: John Unkefer from Parma Heights, OH United States  
This was a bought for someone else, but they love these Rhodia pads and plan on purchasing more of them in the future.

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This is a great pad April 14, 2014
Reviewer: Mary Prevo from Farmville, VA United States  
Fun to write around the dots.

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Great notepads April 1, 2014
Reviewer: Bret from Loveland, CO United States  
I ran through my first dot pad quickly from practicing script lettering with some Ahabs and all sorts of ink. The paper holds up nicely even to thick, wet lines. It's heavy enough that there's no bleed through, but light enough that I can see some lettering guides on a sheet underneath the one I write on. The dot grid is great as a guide without being overwhelming like many other lined and grid pages seem to be.

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Great notebook April 1, 2014
Reviewer: Steven Losh from Rochester, NY United States  
Rhodia paper is really great.  Super smooth, clear, no bleed through.

The dot grid is great -- it's a lot less distracting than a normal grid.

The perforations look nice.  I've torn off an entire notebook's worth of pages and only had one tear.

The only disadvantage is that Rhodia has a longer dry time than most other paper.  If you want something quick-drying, look elsewhere.

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