Thursday, November 10th, 2016

2017 Rhodia Weekly Planners

Karen

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I heard from our warehouse that the large, orange Rhodia Weekly Planners have sold out.  If you want to get one, I suggest you hurry and purchase from one of these online sellers. 

The large black Rhodia Weekly Planner is still in stock.  That edition sold out first last year.

The pocket size is also available in orange and black.  These slim notebooks are light to carry and good for on-the-go writing.

The A5 size features 90g paper so it’s very pen friendly.  The book opens to the week on the left, and Rhodia’s famous grid for notes on the right.  It includes monthly planning pages and bound in address book.  A perforated corner opens to the week in progress.

If you like to view your notes next to your week the Rhodia Planner is for you.

 

 


4 thoughts on “2017 Rhodia Weekly Planners

  1. Derek, truthfully, it was some time ago and I don’t remember the reason they were removed/not included. We have heard from numerous people that the information pages were useless to them, and they preferred extra notes or something else. I believe those pages were removed in favor of a monthly planning section. As the manufacturer it is always a balance of price vs what pages or extras to include in a book. After 18 years in this business, What I have found is that when we make a change (or don’t) some people are happy and others unhappy. Please know I will bring up your comments at our next product meeting.

  2. Thank you, Karen. I suspected as much. The irony is that I would never choose a Moleskine planner over Rhodia, all else being equal, just to have the pocket. (Was the decision to remove the pages of practical information, i.e., International Telephone Access Codes and the Chart of International Holidays, also driven by cost considerations? I found them to be useful more than I thought they would be. )

  3. Derek,
    It was made because of cost. Since they are applied by hand, it added about $2 for every book. We felt we could not compete with Moleskine and others because of the additional cost. However, I will relay your interest in case we can go back to them in the future.

  4. Several years ago when I purchased my first Rhodia Weekly Planner there was a pocket in the back of the 6×9 planner for keeping incidental items of paper. I thought this was a very useful thing to have. I wonder why a decision was made to do away with it? (Cost, I assume. Although I would gladly pay a small increase to have that feature back.) I wish they would reinstate it for future planners.

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