The perfect solution for times when less is more, this universal hole punch satellite booklet is an extension of your planner in 31-page notepaper form to fit all planner sizes.
When you can't take your planner along, the Satellite goes everywhere.
It's part of the complete FranklinCovey Planner System which helps you gain control of your time and increase your personal productivity. Lined paper on the front can be used for jotting down notes, lists, schedules, priorities, thoughts, ideas, commitments and more. Use the graph paper on the back of each sheet for notes, charts or drawings. Pages are designed to be easily removed and inserted into your regular Planner Pages by date, while remaining pages in the satellite stay inside the booklet. Size: 3 1/4" x 6 1/2"
Franklin Quest used to make a wallet that held this little booklet. Fortunately I still have two of them but I'd like to see them offered again. I woud also like to see them...Read complete review
Franklin Quest used to make a wallet that held this little booklet. Fortunately I still have two of them but I'd like to see them offered again. I woud also like to see them made larger again. They seem to have "shrunk" over the years. Not all of Covey's input was good.
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Universal Size Satellite Booklet
This use to come in packages of three for this price. The down-size was too severe. I think this should be two or three for the price.
I bought this to replace my Classic Satellite, which I can no longer find. In making this Universal, the holes have been made larger and longer. This results in not enough paper in between each hole to provide decent strength and rigidity. The distance from the center of the holes to the left edge is longer than my normal pages which causes the satellite sheet to become rumpled and tear the holes even larger.
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Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
They changed the size and made it smaller (a tiny bit). Now it fits an old leather pocket calendar holder I already had. Got rid of the graph on the back page, which is fine. Never used the graph anyway.
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend