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  • Weight (gsm) - 60gsm

Niceday Listing Paper, 1 Part Plain with Micro vp's, 279 x 241mm, 60gsm

Viking Number Q28-ND180211

Effortless running computer paper with no jams or tears

For clear printing that's easy to read. This quality computer listing paper flows through your machine, stacks itself neatly and only tears at the perforations. No dust or wood particles means no time spent sorting out jams.

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£23.49
Box
(£28.19 incl. VAT)

Description

Effortless running computer paper with no jams or tears

Quality white paper

Dimensions are shown as drop x width

All listing papers have a horizontal perforations

Acid free

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Specifications

Viking Number ND180211 
Dimensions 279 (H) X 241 (W) mm 
Manufacturer Part No 4577364 
No of columns 80 
Perforation Micro 
Qty per Unit 2000 
Recycled No 
Unit Box 
Weight (gsm) 60gsm 
Brand Niceday 
EAN 5023084169109 
Niceday Listing Paper 1 Part Plain with Micro vp s 279 x 241mm 60gsm
  • Weight (gsm) - 60gsm
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Reviews

Niceday Listing Paper, 1 Part Plain with Micro vps, 279 x 241mm, 60gsm reviews verified by Reevoo

Value for money
9.2
Overall rating
9.4
Scores 9.4 out of 10 based on 11 reviews
10 out of 10

Paula

Manchester GB Hard Working Girl
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Great paper does what its supposed to
A bit expensive.
Confirmed purchase: 21 April 2015
Published on: 08 May 2015
10 out of 10

Ernest

Glossop GB Nothing
+
It's paper!
I never make recommendations.
No
Confirmed purchase: 25 March 2015
Published on: 16 April 2015
10 out of 10

Mrs J

Cambridge GB Old lady
+
We have an old printer which came out of the ark and it is good to be able to find paper which fits it.
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 11 February 2014
Published on: 03 March 2014
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