Clairefontaine Triomphe Notepad - A4 - Blank - 50 Sheets

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4.8 (8 reviews)
DescriptionSpecifications
Enjoy the extra-white paper that Clairefontaine is known for, in a simple notepad format. The notably sleek design features a white cover with the Triomphe and Clairefontaine names surrounded by a gold border. The 90 g paper inside is smooth, acid-free, and pH-neutral. One guide sheet lined with 8 mm rule is included, for placing beneath your blank page to help you write in straight lines.
Model NumberCLAIREFONTAINE 6170
Weight11.8 ounces
ManufacturerClairefontaine
Binding Glue
Cover Material Cardstock
Cover Type Softcover
Features Acid-Free, Fountain Pen Friendly, pH-Neutral
Number of Sheets 50
Paper Weight 90 gsm
Perforated No
Refillable No
Sheet Style Blank
Size - Depth .6 cm
Size - Length 29.6 cm
Size - Width 21 cm
Standard Paper Size A4

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Customer Reviews

One of the best papers...
February 27, 2013
One of the best papers for fountain pens if not the best (can be used with other pens too) available. I also use it to sketch and draw on this paper. Very smooth, perfect. Included in each pad is a lined sheet of paper which can be placed behind the blank white sheet as a guideline if want to write neat or cannot control a straight line.

Top paper.
7 people found this helpful
Crisp and wonderfully...
February 19, 2014
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Crisp and wonderfully smooth without appearing to be glossy. The texture is ideal for writing with fountain pens, and the A4 size is perfect for letter writing.
2 people found this helpful
No ink I have thus far...
February 27, 2014
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No ink I have thus far used on this paper has feathered or bled through. It is excellent in that regard, and has a nice weight to it. However, it is extremely glossy, almost slick, in a way that I definitely did not anticipate. Rohrer and Klingner's old gold green ink on this paper almost feels like it doesn't take (It does. The low viscosity of the ink plus the smoothness of the paper just makes it feel like it won't.). Note that these observations are from a dip pen, not a fountain pen though. It's vastly better than regular printer paper. Just a warning that the surface is very slick.
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sauman.smc
The pad is sorta falling...
March 2, 2015
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The pad is sorta falling apart and pages don't stay together. Other than that, it's the best paper I've used.
wangminze
Clairfontaine. Enough...
February 19, 2015
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Clairfontaine. Enough said.
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