Rhodia Webnotebooks (3-Pack)
Rhodia Webnotebooks (3-Pack)
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Now that you’ve geared up with a fancy fountain pen, you need a proper pad of paper to match your new material wealth. Filled with some of the finest paper around, hard-bound with an Italian leatherette cover, outfitted with an inner pocket for loose notes, and armed with an elastic closure and ribbon marker so you never lose your place, the Rhodia Webnotebooks give you a superior surface for all of your writing Read More

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Seed54
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Jul 15, 2015
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I ordered A6 size dot grid and received one size smaller, 9x14cm. Contacted support no response yet.
Jul 15, 2015
DeathWatch
378
Apr 6, 2015
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Just got it today due to the slow shipping....
Good quality,i do think it is better than moleskin,and the orange is much better than what it shows on the picture Massdrop provided.
But i do find the paper not as smooth than the normal Rhodia Staplebound Notepads.It said brushed paper on its back.....Haven't try it out yet but i don't think it will be too bad.Just a heads up for someone might care.
Edit:I shouldn't use the phase not as smooth.I just compared them side by side today and think sticky is a better word.A bit more sticky to the hand.
Apr 6, 2015
elimelendez
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Mar 16, 2015
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Great news group! We’re happy to report that most of the orders have been shipped out from our warehouse and are now on the way to you! Please allow 24-48 hours for tracking to get into the shipper's system and start updating.
For group members who don’t receive tracking by the end of the day we are waiting on additional units from the vendor that are currently back ordered. Customer Service will be reaching out shortly with additional info and options for you.
Thanks again for the support guys. Drop by the discussion board and share your experience with the Rhodia Webnotebooks (5-Pack). The community would love to hear your thoughts.
If there’s anything else we can do to make your Massdrop experience better, feel free to reach out to us at https://www.massdrop.com/support.
Mar 16, 2015
PatL
6
Mar 13, 2015
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Dot grids this time?
Mar 13, 2015
elimelendez
2202
Mar 10, 2015
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Thanks again for joining this drop! With your help we were able to make it successful for the community. We've just submitted the group's order with the vendor for the Rhodia Webnotebooks and they are working hard to prepare it for shipment.
As soon as the group's order is ready at the vendor's location, they will send the bulk shipment to our warehouse in New Jersey where our warehouse team will break it up into individual orders and ship them directly to you! The current estimated ship date from our warehouse is 3/19.
Rest assured that we we will provide you all with updated information regarding the status of your order throughout the process. You can expect an update from us by the end of the day Pacific Time on 3/17.
Mar 10, 2015
GonzoTGreat
756
Mar 6, 2015
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Just out of curiosity, was the lowest drop-price reached?
and ...
What was the final sale price for those who did order (not incl. shipping)?
Cheers.
Mar 6, 2015
Thracia
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Mar 5, 2015
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I love Rhodia paper. It's exquisite-- so much so that I don't mind sounding aristocratic by saying "exquisite" unironically. However, there's so few times that I need my notes hardbound! And in the case of such a notebook using Rhodia paper, I'd probably write it once in pencil, then go over it with a pen once I was sure I wasn't going to make a mistake. For the next couple hours, I will mull over whether I would like to commit to this one or pass. I have no real use for Webnotebooks, but... good gravy, do I love hard binding.
In any case, for the person who would need this kind of notebook (and is willing to pay a pretty penny), I'm sure it's good stuff. But the safe bet for me is their 6" x 8.25" side-stapled notebooks that sell for about $3-3.50.
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Seriously! I will buy dozens of these side-stapled ones if that can happen, Massdrop!
Mar 5, 2015
JonasHeineman
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Mar 6, 2015
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Thanks for posting @Thracia, we can look into these for a future drop.
Mar 6, 2015
Peach
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Jul 22, 2015
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I am with Thracia on the side-stapled books, as long as they are A5 size!!! Oh, and DOT GRID, of coarse!
Jul 22, 2015
AlexGk
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Mar 2, 2015
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Rhodia stuff, as good as it is expensive. Lucky for me these retail for the equivalent of $15~$16 in Italy. My 2 cents about them? Ok, you didn't ask, but I can't help myself when it comes to writing related stuff. Paper: it's the wonderful Clairefontaine-made 90g ivory paper used also in the Rhodia R series. Perfect for fountain pens, not so much for ballpoints, mostly because you would be really throwing away this beautiful paper that way. Its ivory color is classy and easy on the eye. It makes sense using it in these business-oriented series of notebooks. I personally prefer white paper, but that's because I take a huge amount of notes and draw many graphics, and I prefer to mantain the color of the ink I'm using unaltered. Ivory isn't a normal white, so some inks, mostly the less saturated ones, might look a little different on this paper. But, as I said, this is business oriented, which usually means a lot of black and blue. Cover: nice and soft, more than you would expect from faux leather. That said, it won't look like real leather, and the elastic band, which does its job well by the way, makes this notebook looks a little "cheap" overall, considering its retail price. The notebook opens well, but I won't suggest using it for long writing sessions, as the hard cover can and will annoy you. Overall, I think this is a great product for business usage, as an agenda, or as a classy pocketbook. If you've never tried Rhodia ivory paper (or Rhodia in general), I suggest you to first try it with a small pocketbook (like a cheap A6), because you might not find it to your liking. Then, if you need to write for long sessions or you want to step up higher on the "classy" ladder, you might do as I did. Buy a variety of A4 (or perforated A4+, if you plan to put everything in a binder) notebooks, I use mostly dotted and 5mm grid ones, add a couple of R series notebooks, dotted in my case, and get yourself a good real leather portfolio. This solution might look more expensive, but if you consider that an A5 Rhodia R stapled notebook has a retail price-per-sheet of 10c, while a Webnotebook has a retail p-p-s price of 26c (19.8c on the lowest tier of this drop), you might find the second solution more suitable to your needs, at least in the long term. Enough said, with Rhodia and Clairefontaine you can't go wrong either way! p.s.: Paper is heavy, so shipping is expensive. Nothing to do about it. It took me a year to find a store in Italy that could ship Rhodia stuff without shipping costs!
Mar 2, 2015
GonzoTGreat
756
Mar 1, 2015
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Just did a quick check of ebay, amazon and camelcamelcamel. Seems like the price of the A5 dot style bounces around between about $15-$30/each. Sometimes with shipping included, sometimes without. With the drop, the (lowest) price seems to be just shy of $20/each with shipping included (CONUS). If you know you like these notebooks, joining this drop might make sense. If you haven't tried these before, you might want to go a more (online) retail route for a few bucks more.
Additional tech specs (not in description): line spacing is 6mm for A6, 7mm for A5. Dots are 5mm on both.
If the lowest price was $75/total for 5 of the A5 with dots, I'd bite. As it is, I'm going to pass on this drop (have enough stuff and am over budget), but I hope this helps anyone considering.
Cheers.
Edited for typos, grammar and clarity.
Mar 1, 2015
Mikeal
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Feb 27, 2015
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Does upgrading to the larger size cost $7 per order of 5 or $7 per notebook?
Feb 27, 2015
Liz
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Feb 27, 2015
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Hi @Mikeal,
The upgrade cost is $7 per notebook.
Feb 27, 2015
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