|Item Weight||6.1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 3 x 0.2 inches|
|Item model number||O84008|
|Number of Items||5|
|Sheet Size||A8 (2 x 2-7/8)|
|Manufacturer Part Number||OIC-NB-WP|
Cosmos ? Set of 5 Green Waterproof/All Weather/Shower/Aqua Notes/Notepad/Notebook
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- Package include 5 notebooks
- Size 5x3"
- Binding - Top wire-o Spiral
- 50 tear-out pages
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The notebook is a waterproof note pad, and has 50 Universal pages. The notebook is ideal for use in outdoor.
Top customer reviews
I decided to run a couple of tests with these notebooks. Here's what I discovered:
- First, I submerged a sheet of the notebook paper in water and left it there for 10 minutes. The result was a completely soaked paper that while still legible and somewhat sturdy, was definitely not capable of being written on again without tearing that paper. What I also noticed was that whatever chemical treatment was given to the pages to make them water resistant dissolved in the water, leaving behind a cloudy whitish stuff.
- Second, I submerged a sheet of paper in water for only 30 seconds. The result was some slight seep through and soaking in one or two small spots, but beyond that, I had a page that could still be written to immediately and the spots that did get saturated dried completely within a few minutes. These soaked spots were easily identifiable by a much darker color than the rest of the page (as you would expect) and thus avoidable.
- I performed both tests alongside a sheet of similar yet regular notebook paper. The control paper was ruined and illegible in both cases. I tested both sheets with writing in pen as well as pencil.
- As other reviewers have noted, they have a distinct chemical smell that reminds me of caulking (which would make a whole lot of sense.)
- The conclusion is that these notebooks can definitely withstand accidental splashing, light rain, and even brief total submersion in water (as they would if you dropped the notebook in a puddle or gutter.) and still be perfectly useful. Certainly moreso than a regular notebook, but they wouldn't survive exposure to a total downpour, or complete submersion for any considerable length of time.
They do have a slight chemical smell, no big deal.
I do not award it a 5 because the paper resists ink a little, but maybe it is like that with all these types of notebooks, I have never tried any others.
Only dislike, has a bit of an "odor" and a chemical smell once out of package. Dissipated in few days and can barely pick up a hint of it