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CARTGET Basics Quad Ruled Graph Paper Pad, Letter Size 8.5″ x 11″, 6-Pack, 100 sheets per pad

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“ Quad-ruled graph-paper pad with 100 perforated sheets per pad (6-pack, 600 sheets total)
Each sheet made of white 20-pound letter-size paper (8.5 by 11 inches)
Horizontal and vertical lines create 4 squares per inch (4×4) for guidance when working
Extra-thick backer offers added support during use, plus helps protect the paper when transporting the pad in a backpack or bag
Ideal for the school year or everyday use

$47.87

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CARTGET Basics Quad Ruled Graph Paper Pad, Letter Size 8.5″ x 11″, 6-Pack.

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Specification: CARTGET Basics Quad Ruled Graph Paper Pad, Letter Size 8.5″ x 11″, 6-Pack, 100 sheets per pad

Weight 3.8 lbs
Dimensions 12.3 × 8.5 × 1.7 in

16 reviews for CARTGET Basics Quad Ruled Graph Paper Pad, Letter Size 8.5″ x 11″, 6-Pack, 100 sheets per pad

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  1. Adventure Scott

    I’ve been taking notes on quadrille pads for decades and they’ve been increasingly hard to find and expensive (or very poor quality). Took a chance on these, since the price was okay and the paper weight looked good. I started using them and noticed that they’re smaller than standard printer/copy paper. If you can live with this, they’re dandy, but it mirrors the multitude of other quality control issues Amazon seems to be not bothering about.Read more

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  2. Paul Hettler

    I prefer to write and take notes on quadrille paper (as opposed to lined paper). These pads really don’t work for me for several reasons. The grid pattern is printed in medium to dark, so it stands out significantly against the background, rather than being a rather light background image. If you write in blue ink, it will be about the same tone as the grid. The paper is very thin and ink bleeds easily. The gel pens that I write with bleed through onto the page underneath and the ink bleeds on the page, meaning you don’t get crisp lines. (The paper quality reminds me of news print or the yellow pads we wrote on in elementary school). I would say that these pads would be ok for doing basic graphs or as scratch note paper for a math class. Note really suitable for note taking or anything with ink.Read more

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  3. Kevin L. Mcglothlin

    The grid lines are rather dark. They are as heavy, and dark as old ruled paper we used to school to learn how to write their letters. I like to take notes, sketch, and do calculations on grid pad with erasable red ink and it’s hard to read as the lines are as dark as the ink. The attached photo (enhanced by default by phone camera) is easier to read than I can read this with existing room light. Buying blank pads would have been a better option.Read more

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  4. TechMizer

    I just wanted some basic graph paper to use for scratch and brainstorming. I had no expectation of producing anything long term on this paper just for use in sessions, so the bar was quite low. My only real requirement was that it was graph paper that had graph lines, this failed even that. Many pages had large segments where the lines faded and completely disappears. The backside of almost all the sheets was similar but also was randomly missing some lines completely. The paper quality in general is poor but I expected that, what I did not anticipate is graph paper that did not have complete or consistent graphs on almost every page.Read more

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  5. Summer Sky

    For what I do, which is architectural and interior design layouts etc, I draw people’s spaces on the spot. This is perfect for me. I love that the lines are nice and dark. The pad is thick unlike most of these quad pads around nowadays. I can easily see the lines if I overlay the paper with a tracing paper, marker paper, or even bond paper. I can draw directly on this and it is fine. I also can tear sheets out as needed. I knew it was for me when I read that the lines were dark.Read more

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  6. ee

    I use a lot of graph paper pads during meetings and this is the highest quality I’ve ever found. The cardboard backing is very sturdy, the pages are firmly attached, and the page thickness prevents see-though issues. The number of pages in each pad is substantial, so I won’t have to worry about replacement for quite some time. These are definitely worth the money.Read more

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  7. Lindac.Grace

    I am using this for preliminary design sketches and design details for my owner-builder home. This is NOT pre-drilled for a 3-ring notebook, which gives me significantly more space on each page. The paper is opaque so that I can draw on one side and make notes on the reverse. The print quality is crisp. My only objection is that the cuts for pages and the cardboard backer are a little ragged, but that does not interfere with using the pads and Good Lord, they are cheap to buy! This is a great value for the money!Read more

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  8. Noway

    The paper is nice and thick and does not break at the perforations too easily. So, if you like to fold the spent pages over, they won’t come off unintended like so many other legal pads. My only real issue is how easy the bottom curls if you don’t protect it. I use paper clips.Read more

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  9. Adventure Scott

    I’ve been taking notes on quadrille pads for decades and they’ve been increasingly hard to find and expensive (or very poor quality). Took a chance on these, since the price was okay and the paper weight looked good. I started using them and noticed that they’re smaller than standard printer/copy paper. If you can live with this, they’re dandy, but it mirrors the multitude of other quality control issues Amazon seems to be not bothering about.Read more

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  10. Paul Hettler

    I prefer to write and take notes on quadrille paper (as opposed to lined paper). These pads really don’t work for me for several reasons. The grid pattern is printed in medium to dark, so it stands out significantly against the background, rather than being a rather light background image. If you write in blue ink, it will be about the same tone as the grid. The paper is very thin and ink bleeds easily. The gel pens that I write with bleed through onto the page underneath and the ink bleeds on the page, meaning you don’t get crisp lines. (The paper quality reminds me of news print or the yellow pads we wrote on in elementary school). I would say that these pads would be ok for doing basic graphs or as scratch note paper for a math class. Note really suitable for note taking or anything with ink.Read more

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  11. Kevin L. Mcglothlin

    The grid lines are rather dark. They are as heavy, and dark as old ruled paper we used to school to learn how to write their letters. I like to take notes, sketch, and do calculations on grid pad with erasable red ink and it’s hard to read as the lines are as dark as the ink. The attached photo (enhanced by default by phone camera) is easier to read than I can read this with existing room light. Buying blank pads would have been a better option.Read more

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  12. TechMizer

    I just wanted some basic graph paper to use for scratch and brainstorming. I had no expectation of producing anything long term on this paper just for use in sessions, so the bar was quite low. My only real requirement was that it was graph paper that had graph lines, this failed even that. Many pages had large segments where the lines faded and completely disappears. The backside of almost all the sheets was similar but also was randomly missing some lines completely. The paper quality in general is poor but I expected that, what I did not anticipate is graph paper that did not have complete or consistent graphs on almost every page.Read more

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  13. Summer Sky

    For what I do, which is architectural and interior design layouts etc, I draw people’s spaces on the spot. This is perfect for me. I love that the lines are nice and dark. The pad is thick unlike most of these quad pads around nowadays. I can easily see the lines if I overlay the paper with a tracing paper, marker paper, or even bond paper. I can draw directly on this and it is fine. I also can tear sheets out as needed. I knew it was for me when I read that the lines were dark.Read more

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  14. ee

    I use a lot of graph paper pads during meetings and this is the highest quality I’ve ever found. The cardboard backing is very sturdy, the pages are firmly attached, and the page thickness prevents see-though issues. The number of pages in each pad is substantial, so I won’t have to worry about replacement for quite some time. These are definitely worth the money.Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  15. Lindac.Grace

    I am using this for preliminary design sketches and design details for my owner-builder home. This is NOT pre-drilled for a 3-ring notebook, which gives me significantly more space on each page. The paper is opaque so that I can draw on one side and make notes on the reverse. The print quality is crisp. My only objection is that the cuts for pages and the cardboard backer are a little ragged, but that does not interfere with using the pads and Good Lord, they are cheap to buy! This is a great value for the money!Read more

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  16. Noway

    The paper is nice and thick and does not break at the perforations too easily. So, if you like to fold the spent pages over, they won’t come off unintended like so many other legal pads. My only real issue is how easy the bottom curls if you don’t protect it. I use paper clips.Read more

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