- Journal: 140 pages
- Publisher: Moleskine; Dry Har/Pm edition (April 9 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 8862930631
- ISBN-13: 978-8862930635
- Product Dimensions: 8.9 x 1.3 x 14 cm
- Shipping Weight: 136 g
- Average Customer Review: Be the first to review this item
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #755,555 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
2010 Weekly 12-Month Horizontal Planner Hard Pocket: Moleskine code DHB12WH2NUS Journal – Jun 15 2009
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Moleskine is a brand that identifies a family of notebooks, diaries and city guides: flexible and brilliantly simple tools for use both in everyday and extraordinary circumstances, ultimately becoming an integral part of one's personality.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
The binding is soft enough and thin enough that it's easy to carry anywhere. There is an accordian pocket at the back for a few papers and an elastic cord that keeps everything together. This is my favorite calendar to use and I plan on getting one every year in teh future.
Inside the front cover is the writing, "In case of loss, please return to: _____________ As a reward: $ ____________. Further inside the book, there is a 2-page calendar for the entire year, a 6-page calendar with a space for each day (a space for jotting notes), a two page spread showing holidays for most of the countries in the world, a two page map of the world. This is followed by about 30 pages, where one page is devoted to each day of the month, with plenty of room for jotting down notes.
On the good side, the ensemble is very cute. It is a perfect gift for a child between the ages of 8 to 16. They will adore the colors, and the "official" look of the ensemble, with the elastic garter and the sturdy vinyl covers, will make the child feel important and like a grown-up. For an adult who has a real need to jot down things on a paper calendar, where the paper calendar takes the format of a booklet (suitable for slipping into a shirt pocket), then this will make a fine gift. On the critical side, I am not sure how many adults would have need for this ensemble. Most adults have software tools for keeping them aligned with the calendar, for example, MICROSOFT OUTLOOK. As such, this ensemble might reasonably be characterized as "retro."