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Thanks for the tip.  Having seen the shipping costs rise exponentially for every pack of A4 added to the order I think I'll have to pass for the moment, much as I'd like to try the paper.  Hopefully it'll become more widely available by the time I've used up my stocks of TR paper.

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Thanks, but at £34 for a 176 page A5, I'll go for another 368p 52gsm TR.

"Simplicate and add Lightness."

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On 7/27/2021 at 10:55 PM, christam said:

Thanks for the tip.  Having seen the shipping costs rise exponentially for every pack of A4 added to the order I think I'll have to pass for the moment, much as I'd like to try the paper.  Hopefully it'll become more widely available by the time I've used up my stocks of TR paper.

 

Same here, seen the shipping cost for 1 pack of A4 and decided to add 5 of them. What a surprise when I clicked on the cart! Approximately 40 euros for the paper and the same for shipping. To that I'll probably have to add the usual custom/vat... well... unfortunately that's a no-go for me too 😞

 

On the bright side, I received today a cosmo notepad from Fontoplumo (thanks to a member here for the tip) at a reasonable price so I'll be able to test this mighty paper 🙂

 

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Yeah, some international shipping auto-calculators don't seem to combine products. I ran into that when I was trying to pre-order some Odyssey notebooks: they just doubled the shipping cost for two instead of one notebook. It looks like Yamamoto is doing the same thing. I wonder if contacting them directly would fix that. Because definitely they're losing customers for shipping charges that can't possibly reflect the actual price of shipping.

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