Monday, April 26th, 2010

New and improved Rhodia Webbie 3.0

Stephanie

The 3rd generation of Rhodia Webnotebooks (affectionately called “Webbies” by their fans) are undergoing a transition.

To revisit the previous versions,

Version 1.0 –  80g paper, not fountain pen ink friendly.

Version 2.0 –  90g fountain pen ink friendly paper, made specifically for the US market (logo on bottom of pages)

New Webbie Version 3.0

  • 90g paper will soon be available all over the world. (I do not have a specific ETA)
  • Soon be available with blank pages. (I do not have a specific ETA – perhaps mid-summer?)
  • Will not have the logo on the bottom of the pages
  • Will open flatter

Can a graph version be far behind?

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40 thoughts on “New and improved Rhodia Webbie 3.0

  1. I second the great, responsive company comment! I got my first Dot Pad for Christmas and I love them! Thanks for finding ways to improve excellent products. Can’t wait to get my pen on a new Webbie. ;)

  2. I second the great, responsive company comment! I got my first Dot Pad for Christmas and I love them! Thanks for finding ways to improve excellent products. Can’t wait to get my pen on a new Webbie. ;)

  3. I was born and raised in France, and grew up with Clairefontaine cahiers and Rhodia pads. The 5x5mm is Rhodia’s signature, and it was sad the Webnotebook is not available in a squared paper.

    I still use Moleskine A5 squared notebooks for notes at work despite the inferior paper (I have to use a pencil instead of a proper fountain pen). As soon as you come up with either a squared or dotPad version, I will ditch the Moleskines to be sure. Hey, black and orange are my even company’s colors…

  4. I was born and raised in France, and grew up with Clairefontaine cahiers and Rhodia pads. The 5x5mm is Rhodia’s signature, and it was sad the Webnotebook is not available in a squared paper.

    I still use Moleskine A5 squared notebooks for notes at work despite the inferior paper (I have to use a pencil instead of a proper fountain pen). As soon as you come up with either a squared or dotPad version, I will ditch the Moleskines to be sure. Hey, black and orange are my even company’s colors…

  5. Oooo — Blank Habanas! Getting closer and closer. I use Habanas now (puppy chewed up my Webbie!), but I like the feel of pen on paper better in the Webbie. Depending on ink & nib, sometimes the Habana is a bit too slick to write on. Still, larger size, blank paper, means I’ll be using the Habana instead of the Webbie.

  6. Oooo — Blank Habanas! Getting closer and closer. I use Habanas now (puppy chewed up my Webbie!), but I like the feel of pen on paper better in the Webbie. Depending on ink & nib, sometimes the Habana is a bit too slick to write on. Still, larger size, blank paper, means I’ll be using the Habana instead of the Webbie.

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