Here lays the Sidetray

Try as it may
Found wanting

Papers I Use for Ink Reviews

 Midori Traveler's Notebook
Refill 002 - Grid (Passport Size)

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 Midori Traveler's Notebook Refill 002 - Grid (Passport Size)

Goulet Pens

Japanese Fountain Pen Friendly paper that is pretty thin and easy to get more of.

 

  Rhodia No. 16 Notepad
A5 - 5.875 x 8.25, Dot Pad - Black

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 Rhodia No. 16 Notepad - 5.875 x 8.25, Dot Pad - Black

Goulet Pens

Rhodia Paper seems to be the standard paper for Ink Reviews, so of course I added this as a point of reference

 

Tomoe River Paper Pad

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Paper for Fountain Pens

Nanmi Paper

Another Japanese paper. If I understand correctly this paper was created for Catalog Mailings. It is extremely thin, almost transparent and yet has no bleed through onto the next sheet except for the most ill behaved inks, or extreme nib situations. For example I am sure you can cause bleed through with a flex nib. I do not normally flex write, so this is an amazing paper to me. I use CREAM colored for this, so that its easier to see what is Tomoe River and what is Rhodia DotPad when I scan the back sides.

 

M by Staples

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Staples

The Staples edition of Disc Bound Notebooks. Much like Levengar Circa Notebooks, but the paper even easier to get. Staples is such a known brand and the refills are so inexpensive that you may be able to request it from your office manager at work without hassle or questioning. To be honest this is the only paper I found in USA office supply stores that is really fountain pen friendly. Cost wise it is not much more then binder filler paper. I highly recommend the whole system to a student who wishes to use Fountain Pens.

Franklin-Christoph Black Magic

Pens I use for Ink Reviews

Pens I use for Ink Reviews

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