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iGage Weatherproof Paper 8.5"x11" - 50 Sheets

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  • 50 sheets of 8.5-by-11-inch waterproof paper for outdoor, marine, and field use
  • Coated, porous synthetic film base absorbs ink in almost any situation, including underwater
  • Works with standard ink pens, highlighters, permanent markers, and some inkjet and laser printers
  • Bonds well with printer ink and toner to produce highly defined, richly colored images
  • Prints beautifully on both sides; can be folded, glued, embossed, and laminated
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Product Description

Product Description

Weatherproof Paper is excellent for extreme outdoor, marine and field use. It is even possible to write on Weatherproof Paper underwater with a standard ink pen (gas charged write-anywhere pens do best underwater.) It is not possible to write on this Weatherproof Paper with a pencil.

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Ideal for extreme outdoor, marine, and field use, iGage's weatherproof paper absorbs ink in almost any situation, including underwater. The paper is made of a coated, single-layer, porous synthetic film with inherently superior ink absorption qualities, regardless of whether you're using a standard ink pen, highlighter, whiteboard marker, or permanent marker. Simply scribble or jot your handwritten note onto each puncture- and tear-resistant page, and you'll enjoy permanent, indelible results. As an alternative, users can also run the paper through an inkjet or laser printer, where the base film bonds tightly with the ink and toner to produce highly defined, richly colored images. Users can even write on the paper when scuba-diving or snorkeling by using a gas-charged space pen.

Because of the waterproof surface, the paper excels as a base for maps, signs, banners, medical charts, ID tags, hunting permits, and more. In addition, the material won't peal over time, so you won't need to seal any edges or laminate any printed pieces. The paper even folds and glues easily while fitting inside most copiers--just like traditional paper--and withstands both the embossing and laminating process should the need arise. So do away with paper and ink that run at the first sight of a sprinkle and protect your vital information with iGage's waterproof paper.

Note: The paper doesn't bond with pencil lead or certain types of inks (depending on the type of printer ink you use), so be sure to order in small quantities at first. This particular bundle includes 50 sheets of 8.5-by-11-inch paper.


Important Information

Safety Warning
Not recommended for large high speed Laser Printers

Product Details

Product Manual [1.75mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 0.6 x 8.5 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00006687T
  • Item model number: 8780
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #88,404 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Works great with my HP inkjet.
RickDonkel
The black inks don't seem to dry completely and do smudge if rubbed, but this could very much be due to the ink not the paper.
Tom Barrasso
Great stuff overall, and a great value compared to Rite in the Rain products I've used before.
Dealhunter

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By boysrus on March 10, 2006
We run a land surveying company on the rainy Oregon coast. This paper allow us to print maps from either inkjet or laser printers and take it into the field no matter what the conditions. No more soggy, muddy copies.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Team Ohio on June 13, 2008
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I purchased the paper for use in geocaches, don't know about geocaching? Google it! The log sheets in caches are handled by many , folded and refolded and often exposed to the elements. I use a Canon Pixma 4000 inkjet imprinter with genuine Canon ink to print a full color log sheet. After some experimentation I have found the paper to be very tough. It is thicker than normal paper, and much more durable, it won't tear, which is perfect. The problem is with the ink absorption. The ink doesn't get absorbed completely. I've tried different settings, allowing the paper to rest after printing, for hours, all with the same results...ink all over my hands.

Fine images also don't print with good resolution either, with the ink "pooling" and bleeding fine elements of graphics together.

I am going to try different ink jet printer to see if I can get better results. I am disappointed in the performance thus far. I will update if results change.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By J. Dorsey on April 8, 2009
I just got through testing this paper for use creating topo/hiking trail maps with a very inexpensive Canon Pixma IP 2600 inkjet printer. The cartridges used were OEM Canon PG-40 and CL-41 (not refilled). Print results are good and durability outstanding. I didn't have ink absorption problems that were reported by another Canon user whose printer uses different Canon cartridges.

After printing my first test map, I placed it under the faucet and ran water over it then rubbed it dry using a dish towel. It still looked good so I went onto an abrasion test. I scrubbed it with a wet Scotch Brite green. No problem! At lunch time I started my counter cover test by smearing peanut butter and grape jelly over it when making a sandwich. After washing the map with my dishes in detergent, it was good as new.

Evening time it became my cutting board when I cut meat and vegetables for a stir fry. Washed with the dishes again and the map looks fine. This mornings test did it in. Although I was able start the fire in my wood stove with the 8 1/2 by 11 map, I can no longer read it.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By E. Payne on August 29, 2008
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This paper worked very well for me. I have printed maps and satellite photos of hiking trails on this paper using my inkjet printer. The images look great. Out of curiosity, I tested its weatherproof-ness by running it under the faucet. The only way I could get a little ink to run was if I heavily rubbed an area with my thumb while under running water. But even then, the image didn't smear because the loosened ink didn't re-adhere to the paper. This paper is also very strong and resists tearing. If you try to rip it like normal paper, it will only stretch a bit. Folds easily.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By G. SALMON on March 26, 2013
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I purchased this 8.5"x11" waterproof paper to try printing a procedures handbook. To be honest, I thought the claims were probably a bit of a stretch. I could expect the paper to hold up to "moisture" and I assumed that, using special ink, the print would hold up. I didn't think running it through a color laser printer would be ideal.

So I took a sheet of the paper and cut it in half before printing on both sides using a color laser printer. The I set out for some tests ...

I took the page outside to see how legible it was in direct sun light. Silly me - I forgot that it was drizzle and freezing rain. I carelessly dropped the page and it blew across the lawn before landing in puddle. When I leaned over to pick it up, I lost my balance and crushed the page under water and into some debris. I brought the page back inside to let it dry off.

Somehow it made its way to the dirty laundry pile and was tossed in the washing machine where is tumbled and was washed with laundry detergent for 59 minutes. It stayed hidden in the pile of wet clothes and was loaded into the dryer where it was heated and rolled for another 20 minutes.

The results of my ever so cavalier handling were some wrinkles (like all of my work clothes) and a few small specks of missing color.

The puddle test, washing machine, and dryer are all true tests I performed. While the final page had some folds and wrinkles, the truth is the page was still completely readable and good for service. I was more than surprised.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Dealhunter on September 30, 2009
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I use this paper primarily to (1) print out trail maps for hiking trips and (2) make log pages for geocaches that I place. This paper has worked perfectly for both uses. It's rugged and definitely waterproof, but still runs through my printer easily and can be written on with pen (although pencil is a little tougher). Great stuff overall, and a great value compared to Rite in the Rain products I've used before.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Sandra Dake Langley on December 2, 2007
I purchased this product due to the fact that I needed to make 'bibs' for our athletes in our shooting program. The same type as they use in other sporting events, Tour de Tucson and such. This paper is so durable and almost impossible to tear. It ran through a standard printer and has held up great in the rain. I would use it again for anything I needed to use in the outdoors or for something that I did not want to get damage from the elements. Awesome product!
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