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Quo Vadis Club Scholar #55 Academic Weekly Planner (6.25 x 9.375)

Be prepared for the academic year of August 2012 to July 2013 with the Quo Vadis Scholar Academic Weekly Planner. The Scholar's horizontal weekly format shows the week across two pages - Monday through Wednesday on the left, and Thursday through Sunday on the right - with a generous amount of lined space for notes on each day. With a sewn binding to lay the planner flat, and tear-off corners to easily find the current week, the Quo Vadis Club Scholar is perfect for note-taking academics and professionals. Coveted for its refillable feature (the Scholar planner format is refill #55), this Scholar planner comes in the Quo Vadis Club cover that is a saddle-stitched sturdy leatherette. With a removable address book insert and 90 gsm acid-free white paper, the Quo Vadis Club Scholar Academic Weekly Planner is a compact and well-rounded planner.

  • Horizontal format, one week on two pages
  • 12 months, Aug-July
  • 90g, extra white, acid and chlorine free paper
  • PEFC Certified
  • Sewn binding
  • Removable address book insert
  • Item #: pqu552


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Quo Vadis Club Scholar #55 Academic Weekly Planner (6.25 x 9.375)

Founded in 1954 in Paris, Quo Vadis was built on the practical (and new at the time) framework of a calendar/diary combination format, invented by the French doctor, F.G. Beltrami. Known today simply as a "weekly planner format," Quo Vadis has evolved this concept into a full line of stylish monthly, weekly, and daily planners. With the aim to keep you organized, all Quo Vadis Datebooks have acid-free paper and a sewn binding, plus tear-off corners to open directly to the week in progress.

Quo Vadis, a Latin phrase meaning "Where are you going?" is the perfect name for a company who has helped people organize their time and keep track of what matters for over 50 years. Once you use their products you'll be able to attest to the fact that they are experts at planner design and construction. Their layouts are easy to read with plenty of room to jot interesting ideas and keep important notes.

The agendas are made with Clairefontaine paper - the best paper in the world for writing. Extra white and super smooth, it's easy to write and erase, jot down and scratch away. There is never any ink bleed-through or smearing. The paper is made from pulp and wood by-products from forests independently certified by PEFC as sustainably managed. The Quo Vadis plant in Hamburg, NY., is PEFC certified as well. Lastly, the sewn binding makes them strong and flexible. Books lay flat when open, so it's easy to write. Papers will never get loose and fall out with use. Your planner will end the year in great shape.

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