Do I need the Paper Selector AND the Paper Swatch?

Not usually, no.

The difference is this:

The Paper SELECTOR:

  • Paper samples are A6 in size with the names and weights of the papers printed on each individual sheet
  • The papers are in COLOUR order
  • There is one sheet represented in all colours, but not all weights. i.e. you might have 1 sheet representing the 250gsm weight available in that stock, but the rest of the range might be in 120gsm, however all the colours are sampled
  • Printed designer papers are sampled
  • It comes in a ring binder, so you can remove the sheets
  • Each new binder supplied comes with all samples up-to-date with current stocks, however there may be some discontinued stocks in there, depending on when the last batch was produced, so it is always best to check availability with our website
  • Any new samples made available after your purchase of the Selector will need to be ordered separately. They are free of charge when added to an existing order
  • You'll be notified of new swatch updates as long as you're subscribed to our email list

The Paper SWATCH:

  • Paper samples are 210x50mm, fastened together with a plastic chicago screw with all paper names and weights printed on each sheet
  • Edition 2 onwards has the CMYK values of each colour printed
  • The papers are in ALPHABETICAL order
  • All paper colours and weights available are sampled
  • They're designed to feel like a PMS book
  • You can pull apart the screw and add in additional samples made available
  • Each new selector supplied comes with all samples up-to-date with current stocks, even if they are supplied loose. However there may be some discontinued stocks in there, depending on when the last batch was produced, so it is always best to check availability with our website
  • Any new samples made available after your purchase of the Paper Swatch will need to be ordered separately. They are free of charge when added to an existing order
  • You'll be notified of new swatch updates as long as you're subscribed to our email list
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