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European Suppliers For Hp Premium Choice Laser 32# Weight.


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Hi All!

 

Any idea where I can get some HP Premium Choice Laser 32# weight (Item #113100, or HPU 1132) here in Europe? There are lots of US suppliers but it doesn't seem to exist in the EU...

 

thanks in advance!

cheers,

F.

 

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I'm pretty sure this paper is a privilege for people on the other side of the pond only. Never been able to find a supplier in Europe :(

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I'm no expert here but I'll throw a couple of comments into the mix:

1. 32# weight has no meaning in Europe. We use GSM.

2. USA paper sizes are, how shall I put it, a bit weird looking to us Europeans. HP would be unlikely to market a printer paper (I'm guessing that's what this is) in a market dominated by ISO standard sizes.

 

Therefore, maybe there's an equivalent that's called something different and with a different type number?

 

HTH,

 

Martin

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Fountain Pen Specialists since 2000

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well actually, the main criterion is that the paper is "HP Premium Choice Laser" and that the product code number on HP side is 113100, or HPU 1132. The weight doesn't matter much, let's at least try to find the right kind of paper, which would be already an achievement :)

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yes but in fact even if the prices are in GBP, they all come from the US. Shipping to Lithuania is prohibitive, at GBP 50!

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Given your location, try Germany stationery or big box office supply stores.

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