These plain blank refill pages are 6-hole-punched and designed to fit compact system binders like the Raymay Davinci System Binder (Bible/Personal Size). The pleasant, cream-colored sheets are thin to reduce bulk, yet durable and resistant to bleed-through. The sheets are made of high-quality Tomoe River paper, which is known for its smooth and velvety texture. This pack contains 100 sheets.
I was pleasantly surprised by this paper. I'd been looking for blank pages to
refill my planner (not a Raymay, by the way, but of the same size) for quite
some time, and this was the first option I came across that didn't cost an arm
and a leg. I was skeptical about the thinness of the paper when I opened the
package. There was no possible way I could do any writing or sketching on this
Behold, it was a new dawn. This paper is astoundingly sturdy for its thinness! I
tested just about every fountain pen, drawing pen, pencil, rollerballs,
ballpoints, and even watercolor and gouage paints I own on one of the sheets.
Only my Donga Miffy scented pen and a Nanoliner I got from Hobby Lobby bled
through. And even when I expected the unmarked side of the sheet to fully show
all my writing and doodles, it wasn't all that bad. Readable, but not
distracting. If you were to write or draw on both sides, the marks would not
interfere with each other, in other words.
I plan on turning my refillable planner into a travel sketchbook, so I'll only
be drawing on one side of a sheet at a time. So these pages work perfectly for
my intended use. I plan to buy more in the near future, as the last of my
planner pages are used up.