|Item Weight||6.34 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11 x 2.2 x 8.5 inches|
|Item model number||49411|
|Number of Items||1|
|Brightness Rating||92 lm|
|Manufacturer Part Number||49411|
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Wausau Paper Index Card Stock, 92 Brightness, 110 lb, Letter, White, 250 Sheets per Pack (49411)
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- 110 lb. index card stock
- 250 sheets of white cardstock with 92 brightness rating; 8.5" x 11"
- Acid and lignin-free for longer lasting documents
- Copier, inkjet, and laser printer guaranteed for hassle-free performance
- Ideal for sturdy and long-lasting letterheads, brochures, table tents, documents, menus, and more
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Print with confidence. Neenah Exact Index cover stock, in bright white, is sturdy for everyday office printing. Never worry about creating single or double-sided documents, because each sheet is bleed-free. Guaranteed for use with copiers, inkjet, and laser printers. The smooth finish is ideal for letterheads, report covers, brochures, menus, and more. Just add creativity!
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|Item Dimensions||11 x 2.25 x 8.5 in||11 x 8.5 x 2.2 in||8.5 x 2 x 11 in||11 x 8.5 x 1.25 in||14 x 8.5 x 2.2 in||—|
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Firstly, the "weight" ratings on paper are incredibly confusing and misleading. There's a dozen different ways to measure weight, things like "cover, index bristol, bristol and tag", etc - so you can pretty much ignore the manufacturer's rating as a reliable indication of which paper is thicker / by how much.
In prototyping the card game , we purchased this paper, as well as some by Neenah - http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006P1ER8O/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B006P1ER8O&linkCode=as2&tag=allofthetech-20&linkId=Z53UXR775ESFGDZK
Even though the rated weight of the Neenah paper was significantly smaller, we could barely tell the difference in hand. The only reliable way we could tell the difference was that this paper had a much smoother texture - so that should be your primary decision point, not how much heavier one claims to be compared to the other's claim.
Of course, since Neenah's paper is a third the cost, unless you /really/ want smoother paper, I'd recommend going with their paper.
I hope you found this helpful!
UPDATE: As an added bonus, I recently reviewed several paper cutters and figured that people purchasing card stock might also want to cut it. I found two good options:
The $40 Swignline (whose price seems to swing quite a bit) - http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00006IATH/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B00006IATH&linkCode=as2&tag=allofthetech-20&linkId=SV5NFNPKIHFFOBRF
And the $110 Amzdeal (who is regularly used by small print shops) - http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00CI02DSM/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B00CI02DSM&linkCode=as2&tag=allofthetech-20&linkId=63BWPYOBKAPWQAM6
If you need the cheapest cutter possible, the Swingline works. It's a little better and a little faster than using scissors, but we found that it was only able to cut about three sheets of cardstock at once, and the lack of clamping meant that longer cuts would drift by up to 1/16th. No good if you're trying to do precision work!
When we bought the Swingline, we managed to catch it at one of its low swings, when it was only $26. At $40, the $110 Amzdeal becomes a much better value - we're returning our Swingline and sticking with the Amzdeal. It's a much sturdier machine (the Swingline, made of plastic, actually flexes when you cut). If also provides much better measurement and clamping options, so we're able to get the exact same cut, with no drift, every time. Not only that, this machine is capable of cutting DOZENS of sheets of cardstock, compared to the Swingline's three.
1) The Paper Index Card Stock, 92 Brightness, 110 sold by: MyOfficeInnovations I noticed the following. As other reviewers commented that this is thinner than 110 lb paper. Also as others commented the outer shipping package was intact but the Paper packaging was ripped open and about 10% of paper side was bent, I can not use the bent paper so they go to waste. Over all it is a negative experience and will not purchase such an item again.
2) The Neenah Exact Index Card sold by Amazon was well packaged, sheets intact not damaged and the thickness feels better. Overall this is a better product, service and worth the extra $3.28. I will purchase the Neenah Exact Index Card sold by Amazon in the future.
I guess it's not really the seller's fault, nor is it really the individual manufacturer's fault. However, given the very common confusion that exists over this issue, each could have added a few words explaining the situation. Really, how difficult could it be for each manufacturer to list the thickness of the paper, both on the package and on websites where they sell the product? It shouldn't feel like I'm entering the field of rocket science when I want to order a specific thickness of card!
- No problems feeding paper through a inkjet printer (some thicker cardstocks won't feed smoothly)
- Very smooth finish
- Holds the ink well (no smearing or fading)
Note: This is more of an off-white paper (92 brightness). Not really a pro or con but something to be aware of before purchasing it. It is not a "bright white". Personally, I find it easier on the eyes but depending on your use you might want to get a brighter white paper.
Overall, this is a wonderful product and I am back to order more!