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The Paperways desk pad isﾠA4 size desk pad with 50 graphic design patterned yellow sheets with the days of the week laid out as a Monday to Friday grid. Plan your days from 8am - 9pm for the week ahead and you can also use it as a mousepad. Easy to tear-off. Made using 25% post-consumer recycled paper.ﾠ
Size: 210mm x 297mm
Paperways is an iconic brand of cool and functional stationery hailing from South Korea. The combination of clever detail, unusual graphic patterns and brilliant functionality combine to make one of our very favourite stationery brands.
- Delivery Info
We offer free UK delivery over £20 - please choose the SAVER delivery option at the checkout. Below £20 this delivery option will cost £2.50.
Within the UK we offer a range of delivery options including guaranteed next-working-day services if you order before 1pm. Please click here to see all our UK delivery options.
For overseas orders we use Airmail postage to a range of countries. The price is calculated according to the weight of your order. International delivery is available to about 50 countries - these will be listed at checkout and also in the shipping estimater in the shopping basket. Please click here to see about our international deliveries.
- Returns Info
We offer a 'no quibble' returns policy. If you are not happy with your product then you can return it for a full refund. Please click here to see our full returns policy and how to return something for a refund.
- Product Questions
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Have I got this right...with only 50 sheets per pad, one would be replacing it roughly every 7 weeks @ £9.50 a time? Sounds crazy financially.
Apologies for the delay in replying - we had staff sickness this week and managed to forget to keep an eye on the questions coming in whilst covering for her!
Er, I think your maths is out. Had me doing some quick numbers early in the morning but once my brain got into gear I think I got there. It's a weekly pad, so one sheet per week. 50 sheets leaves you two weeks short of a full year. Why they didn't do 52 sheets is a mystery - holidays maybe? £9.50 for a year seems quite good value now!