Here is the Quo Vadis Notor day per page planner in the Lilac club cover. I ordered this planner awhile ago to have on hand "just in case," and I'm glad I did because I've finally determined that my Pocket size daily Moleskine is just too small.
The Notor measures 4 3/4 inches by 6 3/4 inches (12 by 17 cm) which is my ideal size for a day per page planner. This has plenty of writing space and is still light and small enough to carry everywhere in my bag.
The Notor (January-December) is the same size and format as the Textagenda (August-July) which I've used several times before.
There is a full page for each day, even Saturday and Sunday. The timed schedule is at the top of the page, which is nice because it frees up the rest of the page for lists and notes. There's a space for the day's priority, and holidays are printed there too.
The majority of the page is lined, and at the bottom there is an open box for Notes. I like to use this box it to jot events that I want to write in detail in my journal later:
Along the side of the pages are the month indicators that I love so much!
Here you can see a comparison of the same day's page in my pocket Moleskine vs the Notor. With the Moleskine I had to make decisions about what was worthy of being written on the day's page due to space constraints. No such worries with the Notor, there's plenty of room for everything!
Here's a pile of purple delightfulness: my pen, my Notor, and the Leuchtturm notebook I'm using as my self-drawn weekly planner. Yum!
There are other features I didn't take photos of including an anno-planner for the current year with monthly columns and the entire year at a glance, and pages in the back for contacts. There is a map of the US, Canada, and a world time zones map.
But I was very surprised that, unlike Textagenda diaries I've used before, there are no other maps, no international information or dialing codes, and especially surprising there's no anno-planner for the future year. I don't know if this will be changed in the 2013 diary, but the future year planner at the very least would be a nice addition.
For me the biggest advantages of the Notor are the super-smooth paper, the perfect size and the excellent selection of colored covers.