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A variety of sizes incluing 8-1/2 x 11" and A4, and 11x17 and A3. Just like wetnotes, it loses some of its mechanical strength when soaked.
Pages out of the riteintherain notebooks work fine in laser printers, but pages from the Dura Rite (the more plastic feeling stuff) notebooks do NOT. They will melt in the fuser. Yes. I did verify that the hard way.
There is some DuraCopy paper by Rite-in-the rain which keeps its mechanical strength even when wet, and will go through a laser printer.
Hey if anyone orders a box of that I would like to buy a few sheets off them....freaking expensive though.
I have some riteasrain paper... It works OK with a regular laser toner, it will start to flake if bent or scratched. It does work a little better with a micr toner (stuff that is used to print checks). It will ruin a fuser if you have an older HP printer 4, 4+, 4si. Yes, learned the hard way, those fusers are a lot hotter than the current laser printer fusers...