Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Daycraft Signature Chromatic weekly diary

This is a new weekly planner from Daycraft, the 2013 Signature Chromatic Diary. This one is A5 size, but they also come in A6 size, and in a variety of cover colors. Click here to see the full range of Signature Chromatic diaries.
This planner is packed with features, detailed below. Click on photos for a larger view.

Planning calendars
International holidays
International information
Gift ideas and special dates
Month on two pages calendars at the beginning of each month, embedded in the weeks
Monthly calendars for the future year
Vertical weekly format
Income and expenses pages
Venue lists
Contacts pages
Notes pages

The colored cover is super-soft and flexible, and the book lays flat easily. The white paper is very smooth and excellent for writing.  There is a ribbon page marker to mark your place.

Daycraft now has free worldwide shipping! You can see their entire product range at http://www.daycraft.com.hk/.

**Edited to add: please note when you click through to their website their prices are in Hong Kong dollars. You can go to XE currency conversion to convert it into your currency. The price of this planner is 259 HKD which is approximately $33 USD. Considering the shipping is free, that's not bad.

Many thanks to Daycraft for sending me this excellent planner as a sample to review!


17 comments:

  1. That really is rather lovely but I must step back from the planners ....

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  2. That looks fabulous, I almost wish I'd seen that before I ordered my trinote refill. It's just a shame it doesn't have the priority boxes on the day per page to assist with planning outside the time boundaries.

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  3. My first thought was "Ooh, pretty, I want that" but then I saw the price, and that is way over my budget. Maybe if I start saving now I can get the 2014 version.

    Any change of a peek at the Plannerisms Planner?

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    1. Not yet but you can bet I'll have them up the second they are ready!!

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    2. 259 HKD converts to about $33 USD, so that is higher than average for a weekly planner. But it's still much cheaper than the Erin Condren and other planners, and especially considering shipping is free it's really not too bad.

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    3. Okay, clearly I saw the $259 and didn't realize that they didn't mean US $. That is way better, and definitely within the price range I can afford. Thanks.

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    4. I'm not looking at another planner until the plannerisms one comes out ;-)

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    5. Same here! I would love to order an Erin Condren Life planner but, I'm waiting for the Plannerisms' sneak peek ;)

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  4. Aargh!!! My head is now full of all the different planners that I would like to try... although I'm sure there is room to add this one in. I love. love, love the rainbow of colours across the top of every page - seeing that at the top of practical pages everyday would be guaranteed to make me smile :o)

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  5. *drool* It's so beautiful!! I LOVE that it's vertical but without the times!!!! :)

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  6. Oh!! And you can get it personalized for free online!!! :)

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  7. I keep coming back to this post to drool over the pictures!i just might have to buy this planner! I can decide which size...A5 or A6.....A5 or A6.......hmmmm....... :)

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  8. Omg I found your blog like 5 minutes ago and I'm loving it. But the craziest thing is I got this planner today!lol I'm from Hong Kong and I got this for only 129 hkd didn't know It's more pricey online

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  9. Was there a pocket of any sort in this planner?

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    1. Hi Julie, I don't remember. Probably not or I would have included that in my review. I gave this planner away so I don't have it here to look at.

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