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great product, love it!...
July 14, 2010
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great product, love it! It will not work with american binders because the holes are a little off, but its really good paper.
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Fantastic paper. Perfect...
March 3, 2012
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Fantastic paper. Perfect line height and the dots make it easy to create lists and write out maths formulas.
It has a good feel to it. I love it!
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There's nothing better...
June 13, 2015
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There's nothing better than this paper. NOTHING. It's superb. Fantastic. I love felt tip pens, and this paper is so thick, it's hard to see colors through it that would bleed easily on white paper. I love the color, the thickness, the length!! Everything. It's slick and maybe takes some searching for the right pencil lead to glide on, but when you find it, OMG. Perfection. I love writing on this paper, i love re-reading notes on this paper because it's glorious. What a difference good paper makes when investing all that time to make nice notes. Plus the companion binders are fantastic as well. Just amazing product! WORTH every penny. You would squander the amount of space used in american white paper, but this paper will maximize your notes!!! You will have better notes than ever. I swear it. Try this paper!!
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Very smooth, great for...
September 9, 2015
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Very smooth, great for fine and extra fine fountain pens.
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I wouldn't slam this...
August 26, 2015
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I wouldn't slam this into my pack, but it works well
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jaws revenge
I use this paper for...
September 16, 2014
I use this paper for note taking in school; health sciences and clinical evals. It is amazingly smooth to write on and has no bleed through when using Sakura Micron pens. I love these pens since they lay down great smooth lines and come in sizes less than .5mm, but they tend to bleed through even high quality standard American paper. I prefer this Campus line over the even higher quality Kokuyo paper because it has the perfect balance of smoothness vs. drag when writing extensively, so it never skips or feels slippery. True, it is a little pricey compared to the stuff I've used in the past, but I would gladly spend twice as much for the pleasure of writing on this paper.
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mwcorley0
Love the paper, very...
January 25, 2016
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Love the paper, very smooth writing surface.
I started with the notebooks...
January 25, 2016
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I started with the notebooks made of kokuyo papers for notetaking and lamented the fact that I couldn't put them in a binder. This and the B5 size ring binders sold by kokuyo make for an excellent note taking experience. The dots are very useful for tables and matrices, and the paper is good with pencil and a myriad of fountain pen inks. Inks can show through and sometimes they can bleed through if too much ink is applied.
naphilhan
This paper is smoother...
January 21, 2016
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This paper is smoother and firmer than baby's skin. It feels so empowering to write. The dots make it easy to line up things as well.
This paper is awesome!...
January 7, 2016
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This paper is awesome! Works great with fountain pens; no bleed through, no feathering, and almost no shadowing on the back side, except with very dark ink in a fat nib. At first glance, you'd think it was white, but it's a very pale ivory. Very easy on the eyes; shows off ink colors nicely but cuts down on the glare of a bright white paper. It's a great size for note taking; takes up less space than the usual 8 1/2" X 11" paper, but with 6 mm ruling, you can get a LOT of information on one page. The dots are great if you want to do lettering or geometric shapes. I use it in the matching spiral-type binder for note taking, and then store larger quantities of notes in the Slide Binder with dividers. This paper is definitely worth the money. Cheaper than Rhodia or Clairefontaine, and has the versatility of being able to store and arrange the pages how you want them, in the type of binder you need.
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