From French notebook maker Rhodia, the square-shaped Reverse Book can be used in either the top-bound or side-bound format. It’s great for mapping out projects, taking notes, and drawing—and it’s a breath of fresh air for lefties, who won’t have to deal with any left-hand spiral binding getting in their way. Inside, you’ll find 80 micro-perforated sheets of superfine 80-gram vellum paper, available in the original graph pattern and now, the new dot grid.
Note: This drop is for three notebooks. At checkout, choose the black cover with graph paper or the orange cover with dot grid paper.
Rhodiarama notebooks stand out for their acid-free, pH-neutral paper. While other notebooks permit bleeding through the page, every Rhodia pad comes equipped with heavyweight Clairefontaine paper, whose glossy, smooth surface is resistant to feathering and lends itself well to fountain pens. You’ll have to let the ink dry a little longer than you would with some other paper, but trust us: The performance makes it time well spent.
Rhodia is named for the Rhône River that runs near Lyon, France, where the company was founded in 1932. Legend has it that the two fir trees in the logo symbolize the two founding brothers, who came from a family of paper merchants. A favorite among writers, designers, and artists, Rhodia makes high-quality paper goods that perform especially well with fountain pens, and its notebooks have earned a cult following.
Estimated ship date is Jan 24, 2019 PT.
Payment will be collected at checkout. After this product run ends, orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final.