Ryman Refill Pad A4 Reviews
Product Type: Ryman in Homeware
Description:Brand: Ryman / Type: A4 Refill Pad Lined / 320 Pages
Newest Review: ... a fountain pen or a leaky biro on on it... The paper is 65 gsm and quite thin, and it doesn't absorb fountain pens too well. ... more
Customer Ryman Refill Pad A4 Reviews (8)
by - written on 15/03/13 (Very useful, 25 readings)
I bought this paper because of it's fantastic price, at £2 for 320 sheets. When i flicked through the pad in the store it felt alright, wasn't falling to pieces and turning pages it wasn't falling apart or ripping so I thought i'd give it a go. The pad has a shiny front cover but can be written on. The cover can easily be torn out if you don't want it, and the other side can also be used as a plain piece of paper; this side is shiny too so I wouldn't use a fountain pen or a leaky biro on on it... The paper is 65 gsm and quite thin, and it doesn't absorb fountain pens too well. I'd strongly recommend using a standard biro instead. Due to the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/05/12 (Very useful, 67 readings)
I picked up my first Ryman Refill Pad only last week (though I had seen it inside Ryman stores before, and had wondered if I should sample it or not) for the shockingly low price of 99p for 320 pages- what an absolute bargain! You can perhaps purchase the same amount of lined paper in your local pound stores, but of inferior quality by far. For good quality paper, I did not think that Rymans (which I had never thought of before as a particularly bargain worthy store) would be able to supply it for such a low price, and that there had to be some kind of setback on it... right? I absolutely hate writing on bad quality paper- it makes you write slower and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/04/12 (Very useful, 42 readings)
As a college student it is necessary that I have plenty of pads and excess paper about in case I need to write notes in my lessons, or complete work for revision. When I was younger my Mum always bought stationary and pads from WHSmiths because we'd always assumed more money meant more quality. So at first I stopped by my local Smiths and was appalled to realise a simple 200 page refill pad (own brand I might add!) costs £4.29. There was no way I was paying that regardless of whether I was in need of paper or not, so I visited Rymans instead, as it is known for its low prices. They have a selection of refill pads, ranging in price from £0.99 to about £4.00, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/02/13 (Very useful, 37 readings)
As a student I need to use a notebook every day for lecture/revision notes. These Ryman branded refill pads are perfectly suited for this job. I tend to go for the narrow ruled version, as I have quite small handwriting anyway, and you can also fit more on a page! I don't know if it works out any cheaper buying narrow ruled, but I just personally prefer to use it. The Ryman website currently has these priced at £1.59 each, and they frequently have 3 for 2 offers in store. I tend to stock up on these whilst they're on offer, along with some of their graph paper so I don't run out during the year. You can buy these pads with either 100 sheets or 200 sheets of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/03/12, updated on 12/03/12 (Very useful, 79 readings)
I recently was in need of an a4 lined paper pad, in the past I have bought from WHSmith but I was looking around Ryman's and found the pads to be a lot cheaper in terms of their own branded products and in comparisson to the popular Pukka Pads. The pad that I bought is different to the above picture and has a bright green cover. It is easily spotted and eye catching. It was priced just under £2, (i'm not sure if it was on offer at the time) but for 320 pages it is a great price. The paper itself has 4 holes like most of the a4 pads, a blue margin and it is lined. I know at times when buying a lined paper pad if the price is cheap, the quality of ... Read the complete review
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