The Military Model Modestone stone paper notebooks enables convenient note taking and drawing, and includes a military conversion chart.
Modestone waterproof paper notebooks:
- Enables convenient note taking and drawing.
- Keeps your records secure and safe.
- Is resistant to mud, snow, dirt, oil and wear & tear.
- It does not tear easily and won't get eaten by insects.
Modestone stone paper works with an ordinary pen or pencil, however you can also write on it with an old key or even a bullet, allowing you to write even in tight spots without a pen.
Stone paper is thoroughly waterproof and will not suck water on the cut edges. Modestone waterproof notepad is well suited for dirty, sweaty or humid conditions.
Modestone is also an eco-friendly choice. Stone paper is made from 80% CaCo3 and 20% HDPE.
Current Users of Modestone Any Weather Paper include Police and all areas of Law Enforcement, Fire and rescue, Customs, Border control, Defense forces, Search and Rescue. Alongside professional users including Security company, Construction workers, Referees, Airfield workers, Reporters, Sailors and Dock Yard Workers, Agriculture workers, Arboriculture, Transportation Operatives, Fisherman. There is also a massive following for recreational activities Hikers and trekkers, Geocachers, Divers, Scouts, Bird Watchers, Hunters, Fishermen. These are just a few of the users who currently use Modestone Worldwide
What makes MODESTONE better than anything else available?
Competing products are coated or fully plastic
It is estimated that when 1 ton of stone paper is produced, it actually saves nature (when compared with 1-ton pulp paper production):
A lower amount of carbon is emissioned
7480 gallons of fresh water is saved
reduction of CO2 release
19.05 Kg water-borne waste not produced
107.05 Kg of atmospheric emissions eliminated
6 million BTU's energy not consumed
20 trees are not cut down
Modestone Paper can be used in the most extreme environments and conditions
In short Modestone is the perfect choice from the building site to the battlefield or the Ocean to the Alps