Monday, September 30, 2013

Ask Plannerisms: A4 size day per page planner in the US?

I recently received this email from Russell in the US, searching for an extra large day per page planner:

I've bought daily planners from Book Allys and Moleskine before, but I need an extra large daily planner and neither makes one any more. !?

Any suggestions on here to find a daily planner about 8.5"x11" or larger?

Thanks in advance!


First of all, I didn't realize Moleskine no longer makes their A4 daily planner, which is a bummer because it was a nice option. 

Here in the UK, A4 day per page diaries are easy to find because businesses use them. But in the US hardly anyone uses this size so they are much harder to find.

I did let Russell know he could order a daily A4 from Collins or Letts in the UK, but then he'd have to pay international shipping.

So, does anyone know where Russell can get an A4 size bound day per page planner in the US, whether online or in a brick-and-mortar store?

Thanks everyone for any info!!!

7 comments:

  1. Hi you can try Brownline. I am using their planner now. They make large bound planners. Check amazon.com or www.brownline.com

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    1. Thanks for this suggestion, I haven't tried Brownline planners but I know a lot of people like them.

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  2. Franklin Covey has a ring bound 8-1/2 x 11 planner.

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    1. Oh right I forgot about FC's wire-bound planners! Thanks!

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  3. At a Glance has a hardbound day per page diary that is a little over 8inches by almost 14 inches (almost legal sized but bigger than letter)....

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  4. Amazon has a bound planner by Tools4Wisdom. It is a daily page system with detailed sections for your day. I have one, but it is much more sophisticated than I need. It can get heavy. I ripped out some pages and put them in my ARC system.

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  5. At A Glance also has a wire bound page per day planning notebook. Franklin Covey has a wire bound version their system with 12 books of 2 pages per day.

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