80gsm A4 paper is most stationery afficionados idea of a typical office paper: popular, familiar and suitable for most office tasks. The 80gsm weight is lower down the gsm scale but of a more than passable quality for correspondence. This is our bestseller. Most paper brands including 5 Star, Xerox, Canon, HP and Navigator have an economy-priced version of 80gsm A4 paper.
Answer: Yes, 80GSM paper will produce high-quality colour images and is ideal for marketing materials, or making corporate documents and essays stand out.
Can I print on 80GSM A4 paper on both sides without any bleed-through?
Answer: We do not recommend using 80GSM paper for double-sided printing, due to the fact that this type of paper is quite thin and you will likely experience bleed-through, especially if you are printing in colour.
Is 80GSM A4 paper suitable for printing photographs?
Answer: For photographs that you intend on archiving or displaying on your walls, we do not recommend using 80GSM paper. Instead, you should opt for photo paper that will deliver much sharper results. If you do not intend on keeping your photographs, 80GSM is fine for temporary marketing materials and other similar documents.
What is the main benefit of 80GSM paper over thicker paper types?
Answer: Quite simply, 80GSM paper is the most affordable type of A4 paper. Thicker paper types offer a more impressive feel and touch but for everyday printing, the extra cost outweighs the necessity. 80GSM strikes the perfect balance between price and versatility.