Clarefontaine has notebooks with rings

In the 2010 Clairefontaine catalogue, I saw notebooks with rings that look like Circa/Rollabind/Myndology.

However, the rings seem to come only in one size and there is no punch to be seen.

Clairefontaine wants to sell their wonderful fountain pen friendly paper.

That line is called "Clairing" is 210 by 297 millimeters (A4 or letter size), has 144 pages and comes in brown, dark blue, dark teal and black.
It is a notebook and comes in various ruling.

They also have a 165 by 210 millimeter (A5 or junior size) Clairing notebook availabe in red, sapphire blue, light purple and light green with 144 pages.

They also have the same sizes of notebooks in their Color Collection the covers are translucent plastic in yellow, orange, spring green, pink and blue and the rings are white.

(the catalogue is extremely hard to navigate, thus, really annoying, their "English version" is one line written in light orange inside the French catalogue, it is too light, in too small a font to read)

I thought I save you the trouble of navigating it.

The bilingual French/English 2010 catalogue shows what is available in France and most of Europe.

If you want to be able to buy the Clairefontaine line of notebook and pads with rings, in the U.S.

Go to Rhodiadrive dot com and tell Exaclair, the U.S distributor of Clairefontaine and Rhodia, that you want these items.

According to the person who runs the blog, a big shipment of new products will be transported by boat, to the U.S, in the Spring.

I am not affiliated with Rhodia/Clairefontaine in any way.

But being French born, I have used a number of their products during my school days, the paper is the best for fountain pen and pencil use.

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Been there, did that - 3 years ago !

Started here: http://www.diyplanner.com/node/2434
finished up here: http://www.diyplanner.com/node/2543

And other discussion: http://www.diyplanner.com/node/4647

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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)

Thank you ygor and sorry for

Thank you ygor and sorry for not doing a search earlier.

I read all the 07 messages and I think my thread is giving a little of an update.

Exaclair has a new person in charge in the U.S.A and the Clairefontaine/Rhodia group has been more proactive at opening up to the U.S market for their goods.

Rhodiadrive is brand new and I am really happy that Rhodia is finally asking for U.S customers' input.

I am glad they are thinking of importing more things, a swim in the Atlantic in this weather is not the best way to spend a day ;)

i haven't had time to look

i haven't had time to look through that catalog yet :) thanks for the update!

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No problem. BTW...

the Clairing products are still in the catalog

Link to catalog with bookmarks!!

pages 11, 13, 17, 46, and 197 for Clairing products

Also, look at page 19, the last item of the top block -- product numbers 6141 and 6142 -- "Loose A4 unpunched" !!?

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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)

No appologies needed

I love hearing updates and even reminders about things I may have forgotten about.

3 years? please..

Hi.

I think anyone could be forgiven for not combing through THREE YEAR OLD archives. Even if it is easy to search out, it's still OLD.

:)

shris

Thank you for the links, If I try to post them

the sofware erases my post.

3 years ago, I wasn't into the D.I.Y website.

I did a D.I.Y on a cute planner from Itoya that as now been discontinued much to my chagrin.

I was lunking at the time of that post but I hadn't seen it, it turns out it was posted the day I found out my lovely cat of 17 years was diagnosed with cancer and we got our first ticket in more than a decade.

For the next six month, all I remember is making sure the ticket was paid then researching all I could about cat cancer.

Going to vet specialists and regular vets appointments and taking to bus to a compound pharmacy to get flavored med and extra flavoring to make my cat's food more attractive.

I am grateful, at the time I lived in northern Virginia where specialists and clinical trials at vet university where within driving distances.

Despite all our efforts, she passed in August of 07.

Sorry for the rambling, the date just struck all those memories.

I see possibilities !

Anne-Sophie said

Exaclair has a new person in charge in the U.S.A and the Clairefontaine/Rhodia group has been more proactive at opening up to the U.S market for their goods.

Is someone (besides me) willing to grab this one and contact Exaclair about getting some Clairing products ?

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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)

Time flies.

Yup, I thought that was me.