For the love of paper planning
Even in 1994 there were still some interesting leaves available. The M25 incident avoidance map was such a useful thing to have with you when driving.Does anyone have a copy of a sheet from the Day Per Page with 1/2 hour appointments, #133305 ? I'd like to see how big the slots were for each appointment, and if there was a dividing line down the centre, or if it was just one box across the width of the page, for the 30-minute slot.
Thank you Helena and Steve for the scans of the 1994 catalogue. I like the line drawings of the binders and that it could be fitted into a personal for quick reference. It was interesting seeing the Management Guide inserts listed too.
Another great overview of the old range. Thanks!Paul B, if you Google "filofax 133305" you will find an image of that refill for sale on eBay.
Carol, I agree, the line drawings are arguably more useful than a photo, for seeing what the internal layout is like. Gerard, thanks for the heads up, I found the photo, but I hadn't read the page title properly - it was an undated leaf, not a DPP diary. I think I'm going to try the Quo Vadis DPP diary for 2015. Although I'm happy with the layout of the Filofax branded one, it won't take fountain pen. I'm not sure if the QV (Exatime 17) inserts will completely obscure the tabs, but if they do, I will try moving the diary to the back. Several people have mentioned that the QV inserts are good with fountain pens, I like the 30-minute appointment slots, and I really like the addition of the perforated bottom corner so you can go straight to today. I wish more companies would add that! I tried navigating the QV EU site, but gave up as it doesn't seem to have a logical layout. I found the multi-language DPP diary on Amazon UK ( http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B003JN5WPS/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE ) which should suffice.