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- Great for fountain pen users
- Excellent paper quality
- Sturdy cover
- Good for bullet journaling
- Comes in a variety of colors
Notebook Review: Rhodia Goalbook
So I have to say that the Rhodia Goalbook is definitely a win for me and at approximately $26 seems like an excellent investment to combat my aging (ever more forgetful) brain. DISCLAIMER: The items included in this review were sent to us free of charge by Rhodia Drive for the purpose of review.
The Rhodia Goalbook: A Review — The Pen Addict
The Goalbooks come in a wide array of colors: sapphire, iris, purple, black, chocolate, turquoise, yellow, anise, silver, tangerine, orange, taupe, beige, lilac, poppy, and raspberry. I think it’s another terrific offering from Rhodia. (Exaclair provided this product at no charge to The Pen Addict for review purposes
Rhodia Goalbook: Review and Comparison ⋆ The Petite Planner
Overall, I am very pleased with the Rhodia Goalbook. It’s a quality notebook made by a credible brand.
Excellent notebook for various uses, specially with a fountain pen!
This is an excellent notebook in so many ways. First of all, paper quality is outstanding. Rhodia is the de-facto standard for fountain pen users and this notebook definitely does not disappoint (as of 2020). All of my pens are able to glide smoothly across and provide a good writing experience, whi...
Is either a second or a knock off
I have several of these from other sources. I needed one more quickly so bought it here. The print is too light to see the dot matrix, the paper is thin, and the imprints on the cover are not as embedded. Ink shows through the page, which does not happen with genuine Rhodia goal books. Not the first...
Incredible paper. Ideal for bujos- with one catch.
This book was made for bullet journaling. The back pocket, the two ribbon place markers, the numbered pages, the index, and two separate calendar sections- one in a list format that's perfect for a future log, and another in a larger, monthly format, ideal for things like birthdays & special events....
Buy a Leuchtturm if you need durability
I have been Bujoing for years, but always used a Leuchtturm 1917. For 2021, I decided to branch out to see if I could find a journal that didn't ghost as bad. Pros: Like the Leuchtturm, it has a strap, bookmarks, and a contents page. Unlike the Leuchtturm it also has a calendar for Days and for the ...
I'm Disappointed - Different Paper
I've been using Rhodia products for years now and the reason has been their paper. This is my 2nd Goalbook in my Rhodia purchases and the paper is different. It doesn't feel as heavy or sturdy, it's far more see through than my last Goalbook, the dots are WAY lighter, and the color of the paper isn'...
Great for bullet journaling
This notebook is really good. I like the paper texture and the page design. The book is designed for bullet journaling. Index/contents pages first, then some vertical calendar pages, then monthly action pages, followed by 224 pages of page numbered dot grid sheets. I like this a lot.
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