For the love of paper planning
Hi. Does anybody know if Filofax or anyone else sells a hole puncher for Filofax notebooks where you can take the pages out and put them back in? Also, on a different subject does anyone have the new iPad Pro? If so, what do you think of it?
I'm going to look into those things. Thanks for the responses!
Racquet, I use the punch for my Staples Arc binder to punch papers for the Filofax notebook. It cost less than £30.
Have you looked at the miracle bind notebooks and punch?
hi all, long time no see :)I am on a rant, why oh why can I not find a month to view diary for 2016 ????????????????I need to keep inserts to a minimum, I have so much in my filo.If anyone can help please please email me (must ship to (France)firstname.lastname@example.orgHi Steve, bisesNikki
Hi NikkiLong time no see! Trust you are well. What size are you looking for in Month to view?
I trimmed and hole punched the January pages of my week insert for my Franklin pocket binder. Because I do not prefer a wide space between the hole and the end of the paper on the left side I did not slide the page all the way to the metal in my Franklin hole punch. I punched half of the hole on the left margin and the other half on the line. The result is a longer line but it is not the correct way in terms of hole placement on the paper.One con of buying inserts is that one must use them for the whole year because of the dates and format. Many people toss them before the year is over and buy numerous other ones. On undated pages I do not want to write the dates on the pages because it defeats the purpose of buying them. No effort should be required. I noticed that Filofax changed the design of their Wo2P personal insert with lines. Now all the week days have uniform space. There are three lines on Saturday and Sunday.
I bought a Filo from Amazon (through Pens and Leather) and when it got here there are tiny gaps in the rings. Much like a picture on this site, my gaps are acceptable. When I emailed the company they sent me this response: "I'm sorry to hear about the rings. Filofax makes organizers in India and they are not using the best mechanism possible. Some organizers last a year, some longer, some shorter time.In general it's not top quality, but since people want to pay less, Filofax is making them less expensive. You can send it back and we can exchange, or you can try to fix the rings. I have a lot of customers, that found youtube video how to fix the rings. Now I googled myself. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_an9fBsHfoI'm sure there are many more videos, but this is how we fix big part of the rings. I will send you another email about DiLoro organizers, those rings you wouldn't be able to bend, they are the highest quality available on the market."Guys, is this true? I am thinking of returning it if it will not last. Side note, I actually am speechless on their response, the up-sale? Really?
That is unusually frank. I think a lot of the enthusiasts here would recognise some truth in the general sentiment of it in relation to the modern products.