Monday, August 16th, 2010

Expanding the dotPad

Stephanie

It seems as though the new Rhodia dotPad is making a big impression. We have heard from writers, calligraphers and artists that simply LOVE the dot grid format on the Rhodia paper. For me, it’s my favorite non-blank page. I love the pale dots and found them to be great for practicing lettering with a dip pen or calligraphy pen.

And you must be loving it too because we are constantly hearing people ask if it will be available in formats other than the top-stapled pads. If yes, which would you want most? Spiral bound or hard bound? Would you like a dotWebbie?

Remember, Rhodia listens to our Rhodies! We love your feedback!


50 thoughts on “Expanding the dotPad

  1. Yes I also agree . . . American Letter size (8.5 inches x 11 inches) and “classic” planner size (5.5 inches x 8.5 inches)…

    Thanks

  2. Yes I also agree . . . American Letter size (8.5 inches x 11 inches) and “classic” planner size (5.5 inches x 8.5 inches)…

    Thanks

  3. Our office happens to have a coil binding machine. I slice off the top of the pad, and coil bind the sheets. The perforated line lands below the spiral, so that pages can still be ripped out.

    It takes some work though… Rhodia, please start making dotpad in spiral bound form. I can confirm that it functions beautifully!

  4. Our office happens to have a coil binding machine. I slice off the top of the pad, and coil bind the sheets. The perforated line lands below the spiral, so that pages can still be ripped out.

    It takes some work though… Rhodia, please start making dotpad in spiral bound form. I can confirm that it functions beautifully!

  5. Here is what I would love; a le carre dotpad. Black cover, 16 x 16cm, stapled top. Anyone with me?

  6. Here is what I would love; a le carre dotpad. Black cover, 16 x 16cm, stapled top. Anyone with me?

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