|Item Weight||4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 8 x 2.1 inches|
|Item model number||74717|
|Total Recycled Content Percentage||100|
|Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percentage||40|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||Junior Legal (5" X 8")|
|Manufacturer Part Number||74717|
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TOPS Second Nature Recycled Scratch Pad, Unruled, 5 x 8 Inches, 100-Sheet Pad (74717)
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Top Customer Reviews
I tested it with ...
a pencil (works great, as you would expect),
a ball point pen (works great, with no bleeding),
a medium-tip gel pen (works well, but a bit of bleeding in the letters, so they aren't as sharp as on my Moleskine or other harder surfaces),
and a medium-tip fountain pen (only marginally acceptable--the letters bleed (but not so much that you can't read them), and there are faint bits of spotting on the following page(but not so much that you couldn't use it))
So depending on your needs, these may work just fine for you. Just don't expect to use them for your wedding thank you notes.
It can be quite hard to find unruled scratch paper, especially in this size.
The sheets are thin. A bit thicker than receipt paper. They definitely wouldn't make a great letter writing stock, but for sitting on the desk for quick notes they are awesome.
I also fold them in half or quarters to make shopping and to do lists.
I've gone through 1.5 packs of these since I discovered them ~1 year ago. For perspective, I write about 25 notes a day on these.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good, economical paper pad purchase; no dust, ink skipping, or edge adhesive lumps sticking to top edges when sheets are removed... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Weatherbug
If your local office supply store is out of blank paper pads and you buy this product, you'll be as surprised and disappointed as I was. Read morePublished 11 months ago by J User
Very poor quality paper. The pads puff up and are hard to write on because the paper compresses and then springs back up with each touch of the pen. Worthless. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Idaho I Doc
This paper is right for a scratch pad, but too light by far for sketching.Published 13 months ago by Kindle Customer
It is great for the G-kids! Kids are learning a lot about Recycling so I give them this to write on it when I am babysitting!Published 14 months ago by Rosangela Farler