ABP1 planners discontinued

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This news will be hard for fans of this product: the ABP1 planners have been discontinued due to low sales and will not be available for 2017.

The ABP1 has not been available in the US lineup for a few years now. Quo Vadis Canada carried them, and made them available to the US market via online retailers. However, for 2017 Canada has dropped the product from their lineup as well.

There are a couple of options for ABP1 fans:

One is the Quo Vadis Journal 21, which is the same size as the ABP1 and has a day per page format. The Journal 21 also has the advantage of having month grid calendar pages. For more info on the Journal 21 click here.

Journal 21 cropped

Journal 21 day per page planner

The other option is the ABP2, which has the same page layout as the ABP1 but in a smaller size. It is not available in the US, but is available on the Quo Vadis UK website for international shipping. You can see the ABP2 with product info and prices on their website here. You can contact Quo Vadis UK for an estimate of shipping costs.

We are very sorry to disappoint fans of the ABP1, but it came to the point where it was not cost effective to print it any more. I hope you will be able to use one of our other products instead. If you have any questions or would like advice on which product might suit your needs, please leave a comment here on this post or feel free to email me at Laurie (at) Exaclair (dot) com.

The French version of the ABP1 is available in France and for worldwide shipping from QuoVadis-Diaries.co.uk. It’s not something Quo Vadis UK normally keeps in stock, so they have to special-order it from France. Here is the link to the 2018 ABP1 on the Quo Vadis UK site: http://www.quovadis-diaries.co.uk/acatalog/ABP1-IMPALA-BLACK-French.html#SID=15

5 thoughts on “ABP1 planners discontinued

  1. Very disappointed that the ABP1 Planner has been discontinued. I have used this planner for years, and nothing in the Quo Vadis current lineup compares in regard to the page layout. I will be looking elsewhere for a planner!

  2. I would suggest that Quo Vadis consider some “just in time” printing technology so that those of us who’d be willing to pay a little more can get ours.

    Until then, get your 2017 ABP1 (in French) here:

    or get a friend in Italy to pick you up one in Italian here:

    Thanks so much

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