|Item Weight||13.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8 x 0.8 x 5 inches|
|Item model number||51|
|Total Recycled Content Percentage||10|
|Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percentage||10|
|Pre-Consumer Recycled Content||10|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||5x8, 100 Cards|
|Manufacturer Part Number||51|
Oxford Ruled Index Cards, 5 x 8 Inches, White, 100 Cards per Pack (51)
|Price:||$2.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details|
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- Ruled on one side, blank on reverse for easy note taking
- Larger, easy-to-see 5" x 8" size fits more information
- 5" x 8" size; White
- Paper made from 10% recycled fiber with 10% post-consumer fiber
- 100 per pack
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From the Manufacturer
3 Clever Ways to Use Oxford Index Cards
The ultimate study buddy, Oxford index cards can help you prep for tests, presentations and more. Whether you need blank, ruled or colorful options, we've got you covered.
Organize your thoughts through a visual brainstorm, conduct a strategy planning session or plan a DIY home project—all with index cards.
Take the stress out of moving with colorful index cards. Color code boxes for specific rooms and label the contents on each card.
|Oxford White Index Cards||Oxford Color Index Cards||Oxford Spiral Index Cards||Oxford Tabbed Index Card Guides||Oxford Index Card Storage Boxes|
|Key Features||Perfect for flash cards, lists, presentations and more||Elevate your study and presentation prep with color coding||Spiral binding keeps index cards organized. Perforated edge for easy removal||Find and sort index cards quickly with tabbed index card guides||Organize, protect and store index cards and other small items|
|Ruling||Blank on both sides or, ruled on front, blank on back||Blank on both sides or, ruled on front, blank on back||Ruled on front, blank on back|
|Sizes||3"x5"; 3"x2.5"; 4"x6"; 5"x8"||3"x5"; 3"x2.5"; 4"x6"; 5"x8"||3"x5"; 4"x6"; 5"x8"||3"x5"; 4"x6"; 5"x8"||3"x5"; 4"x6"; 5"x8"; 6"x9"|
|Colors||White||Assorted Colors||White and Assorted Colors||Assorted Color Tabs and Dividers||Fiberboard Box Available in Gray or Green|
|Tabs||Available in blank and pre-printed tabs (A-Z, 1-31, Jan.-Dec.)|
|Recycled Content||10% Post Consumer Fiber||10% Post Consumer Fiber||10% Post Consumer Fiber|
|Materials||Available in Durable Cardstock or Heavyweight Cardstock||Durable Cardstock||Durable Cardstock||Available with Durable Poly Tabs or Laminated Cardstock Tabs||Durable Fiberboard|
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Top Customer Reviews
I have used exactly the same cards in the past (january 2013) and they were thick and nice to use. This current order (November 2013) was really bad quality. The 'cards' are nothing but ordinary paper. They are very thin.
Please do not order this if you are looking for proper hard flash cards - this is the thickness of ordinary paper.
|Length: 1:23 Mins|
When I got out my digital thickness gauge, this product measured 0.12 mm in thickness verses the 5" x 8" generic index card from Office Max that measures 0.19 mm in thickness. This is more than 50% thinner than the Office Max generic brand.
1. When Amazon sells a product called index cards, they need to be of card stock.
2. When they're made of regular paper, you need to state that they're made of 80-90 lb. paper.
2. The weight of the paper/card stock needs to be clearly stated in the product description of EVERY index card that Amazon carries.
I was very angry when I received these index cards and found them to be merely heavy paper. It put my project behind and was a complete waste of $11.
2/7/14 Update: I was unable to find good quality 5x8 index cards anywhere, so I ended up using Neenah Exact Index Cardstock that is available at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006P1Z59E/ref=pe_385040_30332190_pe_175190_21431760_M3T1_ST1_dp_1. It's not as heavy a paper as your typical 3x5 index cards, but it's heavy enough to make durable index cards with and it's very cost effective.
But in all seriousness, these index cards are totally adequate and indistinguishable from any other index card I have ever encountered in my life. I bought them because they were selling a 1000 for $9.49 and I need them to study.
I am looking for the best index cards available, and in the process tried these out. These are officially called "Oxford Esselte Pendaflex"; in some places they are only called by one or two of these labels, but they are all the same card. They are much more expensive than others, so I had high hopes for them.
PRO: These cards are absolutely fabulous for fountain pens. No feathering, no deep absorption (with subsequent widening) of line of ink into the paper. My work involves exclusively fountain pens, and it is hard to find a card to accommodate them. The surface of the card is not coated, so it works with any type of pen or marker, and I am delighted with this.
CON: The cards are not as thick as I'd hoped. They are not flimsy, just thinner than other index cards. I couldn't find any info about whether or not they yellow with age, so I think they probably do.
I think that these are still pretty good index cards and if you don't mind that they are a tad thin, you will be pleased.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If I could give zero stars I would. Wish I read the reviews but have purchased same product before without a problem. So flimsy you can't do anything with them. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Bird
The price cannot be beat on these cards. I use them for recipe cards. They are a little thinner than official recipe cards but they are great for what I needed. Fantastic price.Published 2 days ago by J. Leifer
I thought the paper used for this index cards were thick like the one they sell in store, instead its thinner. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
I purchased these exact same cards at a local retailer today (1-30-16) in packs of 100. I began writing on them as soon as I got home. Read morePublished 6 days ago by WhyteKnyte