85 x 140 mm waterproof pocket notebook, completely waterproof, immersion proof, non-reflective, synthetic tear resistant paper with 50 leaves printed on both sides with 5mm solid horizontal lines and 5mm dotted vertical lines forming a 5mm grid pattern.
Manufactured with true outdoor durable and 100% waterproof components. The cover, the paper, and spiral is designed to survive rain and complete immersion in water. This quality pocket notebook will withstand any weather and any environmental conditions.
You can literally write in the rain with water running off the paper. They will withstand being completely immersed in water - dropped in puddles, a river or the ocean, and even having a cup of coffee spilled on them.
Fits neatly in your pocket as a true take anywhere notebook for any outdoor activity that requires notes or records to be kept.
If you don't stray off the beaten track but occasionally work in wet or humid environments, or even have to make notes with dirty or sweaty hand this pocket notebook is ideal. Even if you never leave your desk, you no longer have to worry about a spilled coffee or drink ruining your notes.
Allwrite Paper is a new type of paper. 100% tree-free. It is made of natural minerals (80%) and non-toxic resin (20%). The combination of these two materials creates a strong, durable paper that is waterproof and tear resistant.
It's production is 80% more CO2 efficient and less energy consuming compared to the production process of normal (wood pulp) paper. During the production process no water and no chemicals are used and there is no emission of toxic air. The result is a beautiful chlorine and acid free paper which is safe for the environment.
Please note: A Fisher Space Pen is NOT included with this notebook.
But you can get one HERE.
Oil and fat resistant
Usable under extreme weather conditions
100% Wood free
300gsm Waterproof Cover
Chlorine and acid free
Campers, Hikers, Hunters, Birdwatchers, Fishermen
Geologists, Biologists, Scientists
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 20 January, 2009.