Wednesday, February 24th, 2010

Rhodia Weekly Notebooks Update

Karen

In 2009 Rhodia introduced a Weekly Notebook.  It features the week on the left, and a full page for notes in the famous Rhodia grid. The large size is made with 90g paper, and the pocket version with 64g paper. They are very slim and light.

Although the paper and cover materials come from France, it is made for Rhodia by Quo Vadis in Hamburg, NY. Quo Vadis does not consider it a Quo Vadis planner.  It is a Rhodia product.  While only offered now in the U.S., I understand it may be picked up by Rhodia for other countries including France.

We sold out two printings completely by September 2009.  We could have reprinted a third time, but couldn’t get cover material in time from France.

The standard Weekly Notebook runs from January-December.  This year we are introducing an academic year version that will run August-July.

If you plan to attend CAMEX, the college bookstore show in Orlando in March; the National Stationery Show in May, or the DC Pen Show in August, Rhodia Weekly Notebooks will be on display for you to see and examine.

As always, your comments and thoughtful suggestions are much appreciated.


20 thoughts on “Rhodia Weekly Notebooks Update

  1. Hi, I’m a university undergraduate student preparing to transition to graduate studies. I really like my Rhodia academic notebook and will rely on it this fall.

    However, if I could make a simple, humble request for future iterations, I would ask that an additional “Schedule” page be added around the beginning of January and June.

    I think a lot of people, especially students, would appreciate a “I understand that your routine probably changes each semester” notebook.

    Irrespective of that, it’s not a big deal and still a marvelous notebook.

    Cheers,
    Will

  2. Hi, I’m a university undergraduate student preparing to transition to graduate studies. I really like my Rhodia academic notebook and will rely on it this fall.

    However, if I could make a simple, humble request for future iterations, I would ask that an additional “Schedule” page be added around the beginning of January and June.

    I think a lot of people, especially students, would appreciate a “I understand that your routine probably changes each semester” notebook.

    Irrespective of that, it’s not a big deal and still a marvelous notebook.

    Cheers,
    Will

  3. Hi Sidney, thanks for your feedback!

    With the way that the books are bound, 80 or 90g in the small books would prevent the books ability from opening flat and it would create a thicker product.

  4. Hi Sidney, thanks for your feedback!

    With the way that the books are bound, 80 or 90g in the small books would prevent the books ability from opening flat and it would create a thicker product.

  5. Would the small planner really be that much bigger if it had 90g paper like the big version? I like the small version, but want the paper weight of the big version. How about actual 80g paper from Rhodia?

  6. Would the small planner really be that much bigger if it had 90g paper like the big version? I like the small version, but want the paper weight of the big version. How about actual 80g paper from Rhodia?

  7. I have the 2010 pocket size and am loving it. For 2011, I would like to see a slightly thicker cover and a pocket in the back for loose ends (like the Web notebook).

  8. I have the 2010 pocket size and am loving it. For 2011, I would like to see a slightly thicker cover and a pocket in the back for loose ends (like the Web notebook).

  9. Hmm… I’m pretty sold on my Quo Vadis Septanote as my academic year planner, but if the Rhodia weekly is going to be available in that format I might be tempted.

    Do you plan to launch the academic year version before the start of the next school year?

  10. Hmm… I’m pretty sold on my Quo Vadis Septanote as my academic year planner, but if the Rhodia weekly is going to be available in that format I might be tempted.

    Do you plan to launch the academic year version before the start of the next school year?

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