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Medusis Rocker Blotter

Medusis Rocker Blotter

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The duck is this getting spammed to reddit? Just FYI avoiding all products from the vendor because of this.
Vendor here. Thanks for the interest! Yes the plates rely on their own springiness, but the metal is carved in such a way that the plate is held firm (cannot "jump out" of the metal plate by itself or even when pulled without bending). There are multiple plates because when one first installs one and if they bend it too much, they can break, which would be very frustrating. So we figured, lets offer spares. Once installed they never break, or if installed / removed multiple times. It's a great use case to carry it flat; that said, the object is quite small even when the plate is in. The paper offered is hand-made in France specifically for us, but of course any blotting paper would work; you would just need to cut it to the same dimensions. Hope this helps. Emmanuel
Several questions: * Why are there multiple Lexan plates? * How are the Lexan plates affixed to the bottom of the stainless frame? Are they relying on the springiness of the plastic to hold them in place? * How quick is it to assmeble the blotter + Lexan plate + paper? Looks like it has the potential to be faster than the traditional screw-together variety. * Can we get a picture of the underside?
The white/stainless on white background is a bit of a problem in the product images; makes it hard to see what we're getting, here.
I'm interested, particularly if this is quick enough to assemble to justify packing flat in my portfolio. I tend to use fountain pens for taking notes at work, but I don't carry a blotter from meeting to meeting due to the bulk. I've just got several sheets of Herbin blotting paper stuffed in my portfolio. (And a wood blotter on my desk, at home...)
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Yes haha, seconds for installation basically :). Its designed very well and very minimalist, hope you joined!
Cheers,
DaveHoff
Yeah, I'm in for one.
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