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RITE Waterproof Notepad (6x4")

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Rite In The Rain is an environmentally responsible, all weather writing paper that sheds water and enables you to write anywhere, in any weather. From torrential downpours to blistering heat and humidity on a summer's day.

Product code: 027369

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Overview

Rite In The Rain is able to provide users with an effective means with which to write and protect information.  Using a pencil or all weather pen, Rite In The Rain ensures that your notes survive the rigors of the field regardless of the conditions.

Features
  • Top spiral bound
  • White paper
  • 100 pages/50 sheets
  • Made from renewable wood fibre
  • Recyclable like plain paper
  • Polydura cover
Rite In The Rain is an environmentally responsible, all weather writing paper that sheds water and enables you to write anywhere, in any weather. From torrential downpours to blistering heat and humidity on a summer?s day, Rite In The Rain is able to provide users with an effective means with which to write and protect information. Using a pencil or all weather pen, Rite In The Rain ensures that your notes survive the rigors of the field regardless of the conditions.
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