Foreign Language Editions

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Quo Vadis makes planners in 15 different languages, including French, English, Italian, Spanish, German, Dutch, Polish, Japanese, Russian, Chinese, Korean, Danish, Czech, Hungarian and Catalan.

Should we import some non-English editions to the US?   If so, which ones?

 

7 thoughts on “Foreign Language Editions

  1. Japanese 2013 QV planners start early, too. The Time & Life starts on 2012-12-03. The H24/24 starts on 2012-11-19.

    If anyone can get a 2013 QV Japan H24/24 with Turquoise Club cover to me before November 19, 2012, I’ll pay for the book and shipping and write a review, though it will have to be a guest review since I have no personal blog. It’s an interesting format that we don’t get here. Day-Timer offers a 24-hour format, but it is 2-page-per-day, not agenda-planning-week-at-a-glance, and thus much bulkier…not possible to carry the entire year with you if using Day-Timer’s 24-hr. format.

    As for French QV planners that look interesting, the Compactimer (a tad wider than Filofax Pocket size) and Timer 17 Planing (Filofax Personal size, page format: QV Business) looseleaf organiser formats come to mind. These French ones have French holidays and saint’s days printed, not US or UK, AFAIK, so one would have to write in non-France holidays if desired.

  2. EC,

    >Japanese ones have English text, and major US & UK holidays are printed in as well. They would be quite usable in the US.

    Exactly! 😀

  3. Japanese ones have English text, and major US & UK holidays are printed in as well. They would be quite usable in the US. I’m especially curious about Japanese versions of some of the Quo Vadis formats we don’t get here, such as the H24/24, both sizes of the Time & Life, and the looseleaf Timer 14 (Filofax Pocket size) and Timer 17 (Filofax Personal size) fillers.

    http://www.quovadis.co.jp/collection/qv_dcollection.html

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