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Moleskine Weekly Notebook 12 Months Soft Black Cover Pocket Hardcover – Engagement Calendar, July 1, 2008

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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 144 pages
  • Publisher: Moleskine; Ntb edition (July 1, 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 8883707486
  • ISBN-13: 978-8883707483
  • Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 0.5 x 5.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,105,341 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Bertilak on December 8, 2008
This looks like it might be just what I need.

In comparison to the Day-Timer Compact 2-Page-Per-Week Original Refill - 1 Book that I have been using I see some PROs and some CONS. See the customer image I uploaded to compare the Day-Timer to the Moleskine. I tried to put a few more notes on the image but apparently this is a "beta" feature of Amazon and in its current state it refuses to let me put on any more notes. But those things are called out below.

PROS:

The Moleskine format is about right for me. The one-week planner page on the left is good -- I don't need every hour of every day to have it's own dedicated line (my life is just not that complicated) so a free-form area for each day should be more appropriate.

The Moleskine's weekly lined page is about right for jotting down notes for the week, or for a particularly eventful day. The Day-Timer doesn't have much space for notes.

The Moleskine has a nice pocket in the back.

CONS:

The Day-Timer's leather cover has a pen loop and will also accept a Day-Timer address booklet. The Moleskine, of course, doesn't. (NOTE: the Day-Timer's leather cover is an extra cost item and not provided with the planner booklet itself.)

The Moleskine is is a little bulkier than the Day-Timer. It doesn't fit into the zippered pockets of a couple of my shirts. (It does fit into more standard shirt pockets.) Even with its leather cover, pen and address booklet the Day-Timer fits into all my shirt pockets. (The Day-Timer's leather cover is not shown in photo. It's outside dimensions are about half way between the booklet as shown and the Moleskine's dimensions.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By E. Weiland on October 31, 2008
This planner is exactly what I wanted..... a week's worth of calendar slots on the left, a blank page on the right. The calendar slots just list the day & date (and the holiday, if applicable) - it does not break it down by hour or morning / evening. So you have lots of freedom to use it exactly as you'd like to. I haven't found any other calendar that gives you this much freedom to make extensive weekly notes and format as you'd like. This will be the third year in a row that I get one of these, and I rely on it daily. I carry it everywhere - it has my appointments, to-dos, and in the back section, which is all blank pages, I make lists such as Christmas present ideas, books to read, etc. Oh, and there is an attached ribbon to help you mark which week you are on.

Deducting a star because the first 18 pages or so of the journal is full of (IMO) pretty useless encyclopedia-type info like currency converters, time zone info, etc. Someone else may like that feature though. Also it's true that the binding can crack. I had the hardback in 2007 and ended up mending it with black electric tape from September onwards. I didn't mind, actually, but you may. The soft back version is more durable than the hardback, in my experience.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By C.R. on October 28, 2008
I love this planner so much. The layout is perfect: calendar/agenda on the left and blank pages on the right for to-do lists and notes. I searched high and low for the perfect planner, and this is it. It also feels wonderful; the soft leather cover is an elegant touch and the pages are thin and delicate (don't use ink that bleeds too much). HOWEVER, the book pulled away from the binding half-way through the year, and the last three weeks of the year fell out. To be fair, I'm in grad school and the planner goes through a lot of rough and tumble in my backpack. Nevertheless, I was really heartbroken because I loved the planner so much. I still use it broken because it's still the closest thing I've found to my ideal. I wonder if the hard cover version stays together because it is sturdier. Unfortunately, I'm not interested in the 18 month or the red versions. I do love they layout so much that I will give the soft cover another try for 2009, but maybe will treat it more gently.
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This should be a five star review. For whatever reason the software won't let me make this five stars, only four.

I've been looking for years for a hard copy planner that I'll actually use. Of course for work I'm hooked up to Microsoft and my Blackjack that dings whenever I have a professional appointment or for that matter a personal appointment during working hours, but I wanted something to record and track my personal life.

In this moleskin planner, I have found just that. On the left are side are slots reserved for the days of the week and on the right is a lined page for notes or journaling.

I'm using it as a journal/planner, the left area with the calendar gives me enough space to note important meetings/appointments* - but also gives me enough space to make a brief note about when friends come over to visit and what I did for the day, with the right hand side reserved for some brief journaling.

This is the only hardcopy daytimer that I have actually used more than a couple of days in a row. I bought the soft cover, which having used other hardcover moleskin journals, I find easier to use, besides that, it feels good to the touch.

Overall I am very happy with this purchase and will probably purchase several as gifts next year.

*Enough space for personal meetings. This would not work well as a planner for a professional with a boatload of daily meetings.
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