Oxford Filler Paper
This mega-pack of Oxford Filler Paper provides a stock-up worthy supply of loose-leaf paper for everyday uses. Sheets are college ruled and 3-hole punched to fit a standard 3-ring binder. 8-1/2″ x 11″. 500 Sheets per pack. Proudly made in the USA.
- Faint blue lines act as a guide while allowing writing to stand out from sheet
- This mega-pack of loose leaf filler paper has 500 college-ruled sheets for note taking, list making, and showing your work through all of your academic endeavors
- Oxford provides quality binder paper perfect for normal everyday notetaking with your favorite ink or gel pens or pencil
Our mega-packs of Oxford Filler Paper provide a stock-up worthy supply of loose leaf paper for everyday uses. Pages are college ruled and 3-hole punched to fit a standard 3-ring binder. Quality writing paper is endlessly useful for handwritten notes, to-do lists, in classroom assignments, homework and note taking. Keep an ample supply on hand to refill binders through the school year and for multiple uses for home and office.
Oxford Filler Paper. 8-1/2″ x 11″. College ruled. 3-Hole punched. 500 Sheets per pack.
A Never-Out Necessity: avoid the sudden dash to the store with stock-up quantities of binder paper meant to last the school year; this essential is the number one teacher supply request and the most useful and versatile item on your back-to-school shopping list
The Right Ruling for Secondary Students: as your young scholars age, be sure to supply college-ruled paper, the preferred ruling for middle and high school-aged kids; the 9⁄32″ spacing between horizontal lines on this binder paper fits more writing per page as assignments become more complex and require more paper. It can even encourage smaller, neater writing and improved legibility, while 3-hole punched paper teaches important lessons on ordering and organizing notes
The Filler Paper Advantage: binder devotees already know you can endlessly re-order and re-organize loose leaf sheets in preparation for midterms or finals; and one tidy book for all subjects means lugging fewer notebooks throughout the day
Shelve Paper For Later: these 500-sheet packs of 3-hole punched paper are shrink-wrapped to tuck neatly away in your file cabinet or drawer, dust-free paper for later use; keep a full supply of binder paper at the ready!
Features & Specifications
- MORE PER PACK: this mega-pack of Oxford loose leaf filler paper has 500 college-ruled sheets for note taking, list making, and showing your work through all of your academic endeavors
- FOR BINDERS & MORE: 8-1/2" x 11" sheets are letter sized and 3-hole punched to fit standard ring binders & pocket folders with fasteners
- COLLEGE RULED FOR OLDER STUDENTS: pick the preferred ruling for those in middle and high school or for college and professional use; the 9⁄32" spacing fits more writing per page than wide-ruled paper
- PAPER FOR EVERYDAY: Oxford provides quality binder paper perfect for normal everyday notetaking with your favorite ink or gel pens or pencil; this 3-hole punched filler paper is ready to fit your favorite notebook
- A STOCK-UP STAPLE: large packs of filler paper make it easy to shop ahead; show your forethought and shop for the entire school year or replenish your dwindling stock for second semester
- Dimensions: 11 x 8.5 x 1.7 inches
- Weight: 3.9 pounds
Pros & Cons
Fabulous White Paper!-Lined even! Better than a computer. Oh for the humble white binder paper. It is the most underrated piece of human technology ever invented (perhaps other than the toilet). It doesn't require electronics. It can't be hacked. It can be written on by pen or pencil-shoot even crayon for that matter. You can burn or shred it when finished. It can be recycled. It comes from a renewable resource-trees-not oil! It's permanence is remarkable-how long will it actually last-long enough for sure. You can write on it via candle-light in a cabin, or by kerosene oil lamp in a campground. No Lithium batteries are even required. Welcome to the humble world of amazing technology!
Excellent paper for fountain pens. One reviewer said that ink bleeds through this paper and fountain pen use was not recommended.. I only use fountain pens (one vintage Parker 51 and one modern Parker Urban). In both cases, I have found that the paper is perfect for fountain pen use. The paper takes the ink well, with little or no bleeding and makes for a smooth and clear text. I have searched for such a paper for ages and this paper is ideal. I recommend it to all fountain pen users. The full ream of 500 sheets will last me a long time, but I'd have no hesitation in re-ordering when the time comes.
Perfect, at least as far as what we're looking for. Not everyone looks for the same thing in filler paper. So let me tell you what I wanted, and how this paper delivered. 1. 8.5 x 11, not 8x10.5 size. I can't tell you how annoying it is to me when full sized printer paper is mixed in with undersized filler paper in a binder. It leaves the binder looking sloppy. Also, larger size means more space for writing on each page, which means fewer sheets of paper are needed for the same amount of writing. This helps keep binders trim as well as neat. Younger children will likely prefer a wide rule and smaller paper, but everyone who uses this paper in my household is in high school or is an adult. 2. Just the right weight. I wanted something thin enough to keep binders as trim as possible since we use a lot of filler paper each year. But I want it thick enough to stand up to heavy-handed pen-users (my children). If you prefer a heavier weight paper, or one where you can write in dark pen on both sides of the paper, you may want to look for a heavier weight. Notice that this product is a "medium weight" paper. 3. Good texture for pen & pencil use. Users of fountain pens, roller ball pens, etc. will no doubt prefer a smoother texture paper. But we use only ballpoint pens and pencils. In fact, I'm a bit of a pencil fanatic and at any given time I have at least 4 varieties of pencil on hand depending on which paper I'm using, and what my purposes are. I love the texture of this paper for both fine-point and medium-point ballpoint pens, and for all my varieties of pencils. It has just enough texture to grab the graphite and create a dark pencil line, but not so rough as to make for coarse, over-textured lines. 4. White color. This is the same white as the all-purpose copy/print paper I buy--the perfect balance of white and economy. I can't stand to see yellow filler paper side by side with whiter printer paper. 5. Smooth, consistent lines; even holes. Lately I've noticed that cheap filler paper from discount stores have been getting thinner. But also the sheet sizes and hole positions and sizes are becoming inconsistent even within a single packet of 100 sheets. The lines are now thick, now thin from sheet to sheet and even on the same page. The margin width varies, as does the thickness of the red margin line. In fact, the horrid quality of these packets of filler paper is what drove me to Amazon to try to find a good filler paper. This is what I bought, and I haven't looked back since. 6. Square corners. I know some people like rounded corners and shiny plastic hole reinforcing along the inner margin. If you do, you ought to look elsewhere. Again, I like for the filler paper to be consistent with the printer paper it lies next to, and this fits the bill. Though I'm not opposed to the plastic along the margin, I don't consider it important, so we choose not to spend extra money for that sort of feature. Yes, the price seems high. But you get 500 sheets of higher quality paper. Consider that at discount stores you pay $.99 for 100 sheets of 8x10.5 wide ruled poor quality paper. Just to get the same number of sheets would cost you $5. Then consider how much it's worth to have clean, thin blue lines, consistent spacing and size, consistent hole position, larger paper size, better texture, whiter color, and better weight. To me, it's worth the extra money.
that's good if you want more to write on and not ... This is a huge amount of paper. Pro: Comparing to other loose filler paper, Oxford is rather large; that's good if you want more to write on and not so good if you're used to writing on smaller widths x lengths. Con: - Be careful when using gel pens since it somewhat inks through. It's not like it seeps into the back but you can see the words you wrote in the front. - Not good with highlighters. It bleeds through.
It’s paper with lines. Bought this to help organize some new writing I’m doing. It’s college rules looseleaf. Other then the convenience of having it delivered means paying a little more am happy I didn’t have to head to the store for one thing. Came with sub and save which gave savings though it was more then the store to begin with. Recommend if you want convenience ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Great value and quality paper. This is some of the best non-reinforced filler paper I have used at the best price I could find, and I am really picky (maybe even a bit of a nut) about my filler paper.
Terrible! Absolutely terrible and cheap quality. The paper is so thin that it’s practically see through. I’m sharing a few photos of my notes that I took from one of of grad school classes and as you can see the color from my pens and highlighters bled through to the other side of the page because of how thin the paper is. It might be alright if you’re not planning to use highlighters on it but it still feels and look really cheap.
sheets are different sizes. I don't like to give bad reviews, especially not for something like paper. But these pages aren't the same size throughout the pack. I noticed that the package didn't have a nice crisp edge on it when it arrived. I just thought that it had been jostled during shipping, but when I tapped the stack on a flat surface, I realized that pretty much no 2 pages are the same size. When I tapped it, the 3-hole punches do not line up and it looks like in addition to the pages being different sizes, the holes were not punched in the right location. For instance, the top hole looks pretty good, but the middle hole is out of line that the hole though the stack looks like it is 3/4 of what it should be. And the bottom hole.... is about 1/4 of what it should be. It's hard to explain in words and I wish I could load a picture. But picture the moon on a full night, 3/4 moon and the last hole looks like a far away planet. It has been a while since I used notebook paper, so I don't know if this is the norm, but it seems pretty thin too. I know the weight of the paper affects the thinness, but it's been so long since I have handled different weights of paper well enough to know the difference, that I am not sure if this is the correct thickness for the weight. I did not deduct stars for the thinness. My rating is based on the different sizes and misaligned holes. I would not want to hand in a college report written on this paper.
I didn't get what I wanted. I didn't get 500 sheets of wide ruled paper. I have gotten 200 sheets instead.
Doesn't fit a standard binder. Don't believe me? I'll send you the paper for free to prove it. For the amount of these sold throughout the year it's hard to believe that I received a pack of paper that is completely unfit for a binder. My paper holes are off by an entire hole to my binder. I have a normal standard binder anyone could buy at a local Office Depot. I have a plethora of binders and this paper does not fit a single one of them. I now have 500 pages of paper, as paper weight. My only option is to throw it away, just like I threw away my money buying this product. It's just paper and people actually screw up hole placement. Unbelievable.
The holes are OFF. The paper itself is of great quality, letter size 8.5 *11 inches, college ruled, medium weight. BUT the holes punched are WAY TOO OFF and really turn the papers into trash. I tried with all of my binders and they are just impossible. VERY DISAPPOINTED.
That is amazing. How could the manufacturer make such a mistake. Unfortunately, I have found, as other have found, that the holes are not punched in the proper locations for fitting into a three ring binder. That is amazing. How could the manufacturer make such a mistake. It must be that there was an error in processing, and now they are trying to sell off this unusual paper at a cheap price. If you do not plan to use a three ring binder, this paper could be ok, even though it is a bit light in weight. But do not buy if you plan to use in a standard three ring binder.
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