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IMO Survey Paper (100)

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The offset station format has been resurrected! 100 sheets of 4.5" x 7" paper; inches and tenths grid on obverse sides, 11 stations with legend on reverse; 6 punched holes for standard notebooks. Genuine Rite-in-the-Rain waterproof paper now with BLUE INK!


There are 4 review(s) for IMO Survey Paper (100)

  1. For that professional look 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Nov 2016

    Yes, what others said. Timesaver, great value, etc. Love this paper. Provide to all the sketchers on the team and get consistent data format back.

  2. Timesaver 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 4th Oct 2016

    Saw a friend using this and thought, why am I still wasting time drawing lines every other page... Much faster, neater and less error-prone than generic forestry paper.

  3. Great Format 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 17th May 2016

    I use this paper regularly and like the offsets. Works great.

  4. IMO's "offset" survey paper is the best. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 21st Feb 2013

    Hey, you take compass and clino backsights, right? Right? I mean, seriously, right?

    Well, why use generic rite-in-the-rain paper in a pattern designed for forestry professionals, fruit bat researchers whomever else when you can be using CAVE SURVEY paper designed for CAVE SURVEYORS? The layout is pre-set with spaces for your foresights and backsights, keeping everything neat and legible for the poor, tortured soul who actually has to enter this data.

    Yep. This is the stuff. I've run through several hundred sheets of this survey paper, and if Inner Mountain Outfitters ever stops making it I'm going to commit hari-kiri with my survey pencil.

    The price is excellent, too -- can't your beloved project cave afford another 13 cents to draw that extra cross-section on the next page? Yeah, I thought so.