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Any update on this? It was supposed to ship 2 weeks ago.
I’ve been using these for over ten years. My first came from Papeterie Nota Bene, then they caught on (in the USA) so refills are now widely available. They’re meant for temporary notes—ideally placed beside the telephone, and in good French tradition, the paper is fp friendly. FAF pads are the classy French Alternative to the cheap office scratch pad.
Note that the "Size Options (Left - Right) : 6.3 x 3.9 in, 7.2 x 4.5 in, 8.3 x 5.3 in, 10.6 x 8.3 in" are more accurate than the measurements in "Available Sizes" listed at the bottom of the page.

Here is a great place to buy refills in plain and graph paper, and they ship quickly to the USA:
https://www.cultpens.com/c/q/brands/exacompta
I own an Excompata journal and the paper is a little too thin for fountain pens unless I only write on one side of the paper, which would make it fine for this notepad. Then again, it's not clear what the weight of this paper is.
choiceweb0pen0
I'd say the weight is about the same. I only use one side, but that is what I need it for. I just use it to jot notes when I'm on the phone or am in a meeting where I need to make sure I remember something.
Can we get multiple refills?
elira
Unfortunately, we're not able to offer multiples during this live drop, but we'll definitely look into it for future drops. Thanks for flagging this!
Is the paper fountain pen friendly?
Mezz
They provided a writing sample in the images.
I have one of these on my desk; I use it less than I ought, I like it well!
I wonder how difficult it would be to find the refills down the road.
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I pick up refills periodically at the Levenger eBay outlet.
DrEEOB
Thanks, DrEEOB! I'll check it out!
If you're just looking for a simple pad with high quality paper, get a Rhodia pad.
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