Rhodia DotPad Quick Look

The Rhodia DotPad has become a mainstay on my desk. I use it for quick notes, doodles, lists and more. At first I thought the 80g paper was a little too slick and I put the pad aside. Finally I gave in to the near universal┬áconsensus┬áthat it was great fountain pen paper and pulled it out again. I’m glad I did because after using it awhile I came to like it. The paper is a little thin for my taste and I don’t think it would travel well in my bag so it stays inside.

The dots are just on one side of the paper although they do show through. This isn’t really a problem as I typically only use one side. There is also some show through with darker ink, but again not an issue for me. I’ve never experienced any bleed-through although I typically use extra-fine and fine nibs.

A review written on the Rhodia Dotpad, click the image to see it full size.

Picture of the Rhodia DotPad hand written review

Rhodia No. 16 DotPad hand written review

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  1. Pingback: Monday Notebook, Pen, & Ink Review Round-up | The European Paper Company

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