Maruman Giuris Loose Leaf Paper - A5 - Lined - 20 Holes - 100 Sheets

Maruman Giuris Loose Leaf Paper - A5 - Lined - 20 Holes - 100 Sheets

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Pack contains 100 sheets of loose leaf lined paper refill for the Giuris Cover File folder. The paper has 26 lines of 7 mm rule. Graph paper is available separately.

The famous Japanese sketchbook manufacturer Maruman has done a splendid job in creating beautiful and high-quality paper products for other uses as well. The Maruman Giuris ranks outstanding in the three characteristics of texture, design and ease of use. Giuris paper is currently the highest quality that Maruman uses, making it a perfect platform for gel ink pens, ballpoint pens, and fountain pens alike. The paper conveniently refills the Giuris through a metal ring paper system. The Giuris binder is made of supple, durable faux leather and has a capacity of 70 loose sheets. Each binder comes pre-filled with loose leaf paper and a laminated tab index. The inside front jacket has additional pocket space to hold cards; the inside back jacket has a pen holder loop. Consists of 20 metal rings and has a width of 23 mm.

Customer Reviews

I use this paper all...
February 8, 2013
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I use this paper all the time, with various fountain pen inks, mostly Namiki Iroshizuku (various colors) and Sailor Ultramarine. No problems at all with smearing or bleed through. I don't understand why the other reviewer saw this, because I certainly have not.
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Smooth but strange with...
January 9, 2013
Smooth but strange with fountain inks: bleeds yet slow to absorb so smears and transfers.

I got the 5-pack of this paper and the binder from Maruman, both expensive propositions. The paper is very smooth and attractive, and the 20-hole format is very stable; however, my experience with three different Noodler's inks has been poor. With all of them, my writing bleeds; with the red and the blue, it takes a while to be absorbed into the paper, which causes transferring to adjacent pages, which makes it a pain to use. Takes the pen reasonably well, though maybe even too smooth such that there is not quite enough bite for the pens I use (F to EF nibs from Sailor, Pilot, Lamy).
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