7.4 x 10.5 cm (2.9 x 4.1 in)
5/5 grid ruling
Made in France
Covers: Orange or Black
I’ve had this review ready to go for awhile but I threw in some pens to change up the reviews.
The Pad No. 11 comes with a scored front cover for easy folding and tucking back out of your way, micro perforated pages for tearing out, cardboard reinforced back cover for a more sturdy writing experience, and of course, the most important feature: superfine vellum 80 g paper (which is delectably smooth).
As with all Rhodia paper, this pad is very fountain pen-friendly and micro tip-friendly!
Doodled with Pilot G-2 Navy BlueIf this size is not for you, Rhodia offers a wide range of pads that may accommodate your needs.
Rhodia R Pad No. 16 compared to Pad No. 11I like to keep a Pad No. 11 in this Nomadic PN-91 Top Open Pencil Case. The light pink was on sale awhile back but the colors offered now are fun! In fact, the Pad No. 11 is the perfect size for tucking into almost any pencil case so you can always have some wicked paper on hand!
I haven’t reached the end of the pad yet, but it’s a little pad and I wonder how well it will fare for writing on when 3/4 of the pages are flipped back... But I’m sure if you are a person who actually tears out pages, you won’t have a problem! Perhaps I shall be adventurous and begin tearing out pages! Perhaps.
Top to bottom: Rhodia Pad No. 11, Moleskine Hard Cover Blank, Rhodia Webnotebook, Ecosystem JournalOther reviews you may fancy:
A Penchant for Paper
Writer’s Bloc - $1.90
GouletPens - $2.00 (with quantity discounts!)
Cheap, adorable, handy dandy little pads with the quality you expect of Rhodia! You can stick one in your purse, your pocket, your car... just about anywhere because they’re tiny and perfect for your convenience.