Rhodia Pad Staple Bound Lined, This is the iconic orange notepad. Coated card cover for strength, cardboard backed for support, also with micro-perforated sheets for easy tearing. All these over 80 g of a smooth extra white paper. As a result, we assure you, a pleasant and smooth writing with any pen. Don’t just write in any note pad – write in a Rhodia pad.
The vellum coated, premium paper. Is not your run of the mill paper this is a bleed-proof, feather-proof, snow white paper that goes well with anything, whether you’re writing with a fountain pen or a bobby pin dipped in paint. It’s like the Cadillac of all papers.
If you’ve ever used Claire Fontaine paper and loved it, well, they own Rhodia, so the paper comes from the same mill. Claire Fontaine paper is 90 g, which is thicker, but almost too thick if you ask us.
Rhodia Pad Staple Bound Lined
The brand classic look serves also as the hallmark of these wire bound, staple bound or glued spine note books and pads. Each contains sheets of white or Ivory premium paper with a smooth, satin finish. Their double-wire binding also comes with a coated cover.
Rhodia complies as a Certified, Manufacturer with Materials from Sustainably Harvested Forests. -PEFC -. An international, non-profit, organization that promotes forest management.
Henri and Robert Verilhac founded Rhodia in 1932 in Lyon, France. In 1934 the manufacturing of the legendary note pads began. The Rhodia name derives from the Rhone river which flows near Lyon. The logo symbolizes the two brothers using the local trees of the region.
The product was born with the idea of a quality note book or pad, made with skilled craftsmanship, innovation and aesthetics. Today Rhodia has recognition for the quality and for the superb writing experience that offers, with any type of pen.
Rhodia is our brand of choice for almost any writing. Not only because of the paper’s quality, but also for the variety of sizes offered, along with the ruling styles, In addition, they are affordable. With this blend o qualities, Rhodia is also the standard against which other note books are measured.