Wednesday, September 30th, 2009

Rhodia No. 10

Karen

Rhodia No. 10 was introduced in 2009.

Our nickname for the No. 10 is the “palm pad.” The name came after a friend of mine spotted them in a store window in midtown Manhattan. The pads were perched in the hands of mannequins as a fashion accessory. People–take note–they seemed to say.

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No. 10s are the smallest (2 x 3″) pad Rhodia makes. They are not for writing or sketching at a desk or table. Instead, they are pads for when you’re on the go and don’t have a lot of room to pack a notebook. They fit in the skinniest jean pocket or tuck in out-of-sight in a jacket or vest pocket.

Use them to jot down ideas and reminders, addresses, phone numbers, book titles–anything important or interesting you spot and want to keep. No. 10s are handy little friends.


4 thoughts on “Rhodia No. 10

  1. I use mine to write out my six word memoirs. I then post them on smithmag.org. I think better with a pen than a computer.

  2. I use mine to write out my six word memoirs. I then post them on smithmag.org. I think better with a pen than a computer.

  3. I just got one myself — I’m thinking of using it to take notes on the amount of dye powders I use so I can recreate the dye, or other similar things…

  4. I just got one myself — I’m thinking of using it to take notes on the amount of dye powders I use so I can recreate the dye, or other similar things…

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