Hello, everyone today, I’m doing a comparison between the rodeo web, notebook and moisture monsoon season and just to see what they have in common what’s different and to just give you an idea which one you might want to go for, if you haven’t, you know, use them Before and I’ve done in-depth reviews on both of them on my channel. So if you’re interested in knowing more details, go find the videos and yeah let’s get started so that both our and a five. So when you line them up, they’re exactly the same size and they both have rounded edges, the Orillia has quite a bit of overhang with the cover and then the moist em lines up nicely with the cover the paper does and then the spine off of the Rodya is rounded, and then the Lord trims flat and the actual cover is much thinner with the moist term and has a wee bit of give to it, but not too much. It’S definitely still a hard cover and then the rowdyism since it’s thicker, it’s pretty stiff. So the actual cover feels rubbery and the Rodya, and, as you can see, there is the cover, the logo on the front here, i’m boston it and it had its kind of squishing it a little bit of give to it.
That’S why there’s also some imprints with the elastic strap and then this is just just a cover of the cardboard and a good pu leatherette type of thing and then has a nice little texture to it, which I like. Personally, I don’t like the super sleek look at the rodeo as much. I prefer this and then it says moisture in here in the back very family, so yeah smooth clean cover. I mean textured but clean cover in there, the logo in the rodeo and they both have an elastic, strap and pretty much the same width and thickness so that much difference there and then also both have a bookmark, the larger ones longer. And then this is an older boy trim.
The newer ones have two bookmarks now, so I think that’s pretty nice and obviously they’re both stitched in bound moisture in hardcover, 249 250 pages, and then the Rodya has a hundred and ninety two pages. So a little less paper in here and then when you open up the back here, you have the logo here and there’s a white color page and the front and the back and then with the Rodya. You have a black cover page and then they both have a em pocket back pocket and here’s the white one and this one’s not quite as big this deloitte room as you can see and paper, let’s check out the paper. Yes also the loitering has um. Let me see, I can show you table of content, three pages that the roadie doesn’t have and then all pages are numbered also feature the Rodya does not have, and this is date tied at the top, but I don’t think says it on the black one.
All in there the ruled one and I’m not sure about the doctorate one if it says it on that one as well. I’M not crazy about this. I don’t mind it totally, but I personally prefer if it doesn’t say that on here, because I really need this. How disrupts the flow of the page a little bit, but I like that? The pages are numbered, especially when you use this for like note-taking, where you need to access the information later, then you have a table of contents and make your fight stuff, then, in an non numbered notebook, and then the paper of the Rodya is slightly more cream-colored.
I don’t know how well the camera picks this up. Let’S try to bring this closer, as you can see here, it’s slightly darker, but not much as this I’d say to both ivory-colored and then this slightly more cream, and then the Rodia has my knee ground paper and the lowest rim has 80 grand papers at this Ones are a little bit thicker a little bit heavier they both fountain pen friendly. But if you like, using broader nibs or what letter inks, I would go with the Rodya because, while usually don’t have any bleed through with the noisome, I’ve had like couple in the pocket ones where the paper quality was not quite as good. So there was a little bit of bleed through so I’d say: the Rodya is more reliable with fountain pens, then the lowest term, even though they both work really well with fountain pens. So that’s my personal opinion on the whole fountain pen issue, so yeah slightly thicker paper here than in the boys room.
So I think I covered all the main points between those two also. The web is only available in orange and black and then the Loy tomb has enough about 20 different colors, so tons of color options. If you like, you know colored notebooks, then you definitely have more choice with this one mmm. I personally I like both. I kind of prefer the looks of the noise to them over the the web’.
I don’t like that. The logo is embossed in the front, but I think this is a really high quality notebook and the paper is absolutely exon. It’S Claire fronting paper, so we have really high quality and I think that’s pretty much it so that was my comparison between the Rodya web notebook and LOI to 1917 on mines and CPA. Well, if you’ve enjoyed this video, please go to a thumbs up. If any questions, please leave me a comment and thank you so much for watching.