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This is the most exciting and beautiful map we've seen in quite a while. It is a 14-sided polyhedral projection addressing both distortion and partitioning of land masses. The butterfly layout combines legibility and low distortion. This almost-equal-area version wall map (1996) is available now at a special price. A 2012 Waterman Pacific version and Waterman 2012 Atlantic version are now available directly from Steve Waterman. All Waterman maps are paper maps.
In USA, order the paper, rolled, tubed 1996 version - 26.5'' x 38''  $38.95
International Customers can order same map folded $42.79
Volume/bulk pricing available - click on picture at left (5 -, 10- and 20-packs available)
Some maps with frayed edges are available and come shipped rolled or folded. $12.00
Limited stock on 2012 Waterman map - Atlantic version (not pictured here) - $89.00


Price:  $38.95
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Waterman Butterfly V-1 Map  

Steve Waterman, a self-taught theoretical nuclear physicist, created a 14-sided polyhedral map in 1996 based on the mathematics of sphere-packing. The 2012 versions of this map are being distributed by Waterman, who is based in Montreal. ODT has a limited number of the 1996 version in stock. The 1996 version is an almost-equal area map. Waterman postcards and magnets are also available from ODT.

Single map - in plastic gift-tube - $38.95

 

Bulk order - 5 maps for $130 - no gift tubes
Bulk order - 10 maps for $200 - no gift tubes
Bulk order - 20 maps for $320 - no gift tubes
Damaged maps w. frayed edges - $12 each - no gift tubes
      (will be folded or rolled depending upon the rest of your map order)
2012 Waterman map - Atlantic version (not pictured here) - $89.00 (limited supply)
     The 2012 edition ALSO comes packaged with a copy of the V1 - 1996 edition
     and also a map Explanation prepared by Steve Waterman.

ODT does not supply the map in a laminated format, but several map resellers have stock which they will laminate the 1996 version for you (see OMNI map). Much less expensive than laminating it yourself at a local copy center, where the lamination alone can cost $70 per map.

We've had many requests to ship the rolled map internationally, but the length of the box means the shipping cost is $30-$50 (depending on the destination).
To enable international customers to get this map, we've gently folded a few copies (1996 version) and can ship them in a padded envelope. However, the folded maps are fragile and may be damaged in transit.  SKYPE us at ODTinc if you have questions about international shipping.  $42.79 each


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