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we can offers a flexible shopping experience, seamlessly combining our online presence with our physical stores. Chef Cooking Apron for Men Women with Pockets - HAPIBEE Cross Ba Rhodia Rhodiarama Webnotebook - Lined 96 sheets - 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 Minneapolis Mall Office Products => Office School Supplies => Paper This fits your . Make sure this fits by entering your model number. PREMIUM PAPER - 90g smooth ivory sheets, acid-free, pH neutral. French Milled. Great for fountain pens. Ink won't bleed or feather. "li" EXPERTLY CONSTRUCTED - Italian faux leather hardcover, glued spine, rounded corners. "li" HIGHLY FUNCTIONAL - Includes inner pocket, ribbon page marker and elastic closure to keep papers secure. "li" TWO SIZES: 3.5" x 5.5" (A6), 5.5" x 8.5" (A5) Product description Color:Iris  |  Size:3 1/2 x 5 1/2 Lined The bestselling "Webbies" in 15 bright colors. Somewhere between orange and black there is a "Webbie" just for you. From the manufacturer Rhodia are a premium notepad, notebook and stationery brand, founded in 1934. Their paper is renowned for its quality by writers, creatives and designers around the world. Notepads Notebooks Leatherettes Journals Guaranteed Lowest Prices Chef Cooking Apron for Men Women with Pockets - HAPIBEE Cross Ba Max 45% OFF Recently, I've moved to a job where the details matter, and I want to look more professional. That means the notebooks should look nice (sorry Composition notebooks) and the pens should be better (you've been great Bic's). That's why I decided to try new notebooks.The first one was a Moleskine. It was a prime-looking notebook with paper that ghosts pretty fiercely with a Pilot V5. I've gotten to play with about four different notebooks in a two month time-frame, and this was the most disappointing one. The first one was a simple journal style notebook from Walmart, the second was this Moleskine, the third was one from Minimalism Art, and the last was this one, a Rhodia Rhodiarama notebook. Out of the four, the one from Minimalism Art was the best worth the money, followed by Rhodia's notebook. They have the same features, better paper (feels good, less shadow/bleed through), and looks about the same. Heck, I would say that the Walmart notebook has better value (and less shadowing/bleed through) than the Moleskine.If pressed to choose either the Rhodiarama or the Minimalism Art notebook, then I would probably choose the Rhodiarama despite the price difference. The reason is the presentation upon receipt. This notebook was flawless and looked professional, while the notebook from Minimalism Art had noticeable machining issues. Some of the pages were creased for no reason, and the edges were a bit rough and looked as if they were cut with a dull knife. Both are great notebooks that are a joy to write on, it's just that this one looks better.FYI, here's their spec's:Walmart brand notebook- 80 gsm white paper, lined (typical notebook paper)- leather-like cover, sewn details, elastic band closing mechanism- 240 pages (120 sheets)- Price: ~$4 (~$7 for the model with the back pocket)Moleskine- 70 gsm ivory paper, lined- Leather-like cover, pocket in back, elastic closure- 240 pages (120 sheets)- Price: ~$15Minimalism Art- 100 gsm ivory paper, lined- Leather-like cover, pocket in back, elastic closure- 192 pages (96 sheets)- Price: ~$11Rhodia Rhodiarama- 90 gsm ivory paper, lined- Leather-like cover, pocket in back, elastic closure- 192 pages (96 sheets)- Price: ~$18The notebook feels well made so far, the paper has a little bit of pleasant tooth however it does have a fair amount of bleedthrough. Most of my pens are flex and it makes the back side of the pages unusable, in some cases the bleedthrough reached the next page. In drier pens it was okay, a Lamy Studio in medium with Lamy blue no bleed or ghosting, Sailor 1911L med fine Kiwa Guru ink ghosting but no bleed, Waterman Skywriter vintage flex with Jherbin amethyst D le Oural ghosting and mild bleed, FPR #6 gold flex nib jherbin Bleu Ocean ghosting and med bleedthrough, Wing Sung 699 with ebonite feed and Pilot FA nib heavy bleedthrough and ghosting.I recently got into writing with fountain pens and was looking for a nice looking quality journal. So, my friends advised me to go with Rhodia. I am glad I did, the paper is smooth and my pens write on it like a dream. Shows ink variation and coloring very well. It has some bend to it and opens easily - not a super rigid spine.I was originally worried that I wouldn't like the notebook because the pages are cream colored - not pure white. After looking at it, I can say that it looks good. Easier on the eyes for long journaling - not blindingly white, a nice soft color.I love this notebook. They also have a wide variety of colors fun ( I ordered the turquoise) and more standard black and taupe. I will definitely be ordering another Rhodia webnotebook. If you're extremely picky with your notebooks, this is a great choice. It obviously costs more a little more than most notebooks, but not much and it's easily worth it if you're looking for a more sturdy notebook. In particular I bought it for writing and drawing with a ruling pen and an inkwell, and after testing it out found that the paper has low absorbency and shows through pages much less than other paper, so much so that you can feel the texture of the ink if you run your hand over it when it's dry. Ink tends to only show through the pages if you use excessive amounts of ink and accidentally press the ink against the page while wet, so for writing purposes it's fine but for artistic applications a bit of caution may be required to avoid bleed-through depending on your drawing technique. Aside from this there is a slight amount of transparency to the pages where ink is applied, even in small amounts, enough to be able to tell what's written on the other side, but not enough to seriously interfere with anything written on the opposite side. Definitely a good buy and I'd heavily recommend it for any ink-based work.I’ve been writing in this journal for over three months now and I will say this: Writing on Rhodia paper is a whole new experience when compared to cheap paper. The cost of a Rhodia Webnotebook is comparable to notebooks from other popular brands like Moleskine or Leuchtturm, but the paper feel and quality is so much higher.Rhodia paper is smooth and thick without being too glossy or slippery for you to use a gel pen, and a ballpoint pen simply glides across the page. I’m not a fountain pen expert, but the affordable fountain pens I do have work really well on this paper too, which is the same across all Rhodia products. I have one of their wirebound notepads as well, for my desk.The notebook itself has a smooth leather binding, and the color is exactly like the photo, very vibrant and fun. The elastic closure is actually tight, and the internal pocket and ribbon bookmark are useful without being too in the way.I’m definitely only buying this Rhodiarama notebook when I need a new journal in the future! It’s almost difficult to stop myself from buying a new one earlier than I need to.