DRN3070304

Day Runner Harrison Planner

8.50" x 11" - January till December - Brown

Reg. Price $65.69

Our Price $51.41 Each

Quantity In Stock!

Harrison Day Planner offers casual styling with a professional look. Plan with confidence knowing your valuable information is safe with a secure zip closure. Inside, the planner contains undated internal pocket, business card holder, and three-ring binder with 3/4" rings. The binder includes 12 weeks of undated planning pages, undated tabbed monthly planning pages, event and holiday calendar, eight-year overview, double-letter tabbed address pages, business card holder, notepad, zipper pouch, and page marker ruler.

  • Additional Info
SKU
DRN3070304
Manufacturer
MeadWestvaco
Manufacturer Part Number
3070304
Brand Name
Day Runner
Packaged Quantity
1 Each
Product Type
Planner
Color
Brown
Binding Type
Ring
Time Period
1 Year
Enclosure
Zippered Closure
Placement
Standard
Features
Card Slot
Material
Vinyl
Refillable
Yes
Recycled
No

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Day Runner Harrison Planner
 
4.0

(based on 2 reviews)

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(12 of 15 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Sending this back

By Kelly

from Anchorage AK

About Me Quality Oriented

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Sufficient Writing Space

Cons

  • Flimsy Construction
  • Unattractive Design

Best Uses

  • Daily Appointments

Comments about Day Runner Harrison Planner:

This doesn't look anything like it did on line. Probably my mistake. Doesn't have exactly what I need. I didn't need the calendar or the address book, was looking more for a divided binder for multiple locations in order to keep organized for each site. I'm sure I just didn't see exactly what this was. It isn't as nice as it looks online though. Will probably go look at a store. Will more than likely get a day runner as I like the brand, just not this one.

  • Primary use:
  • Business
  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

(12 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Very stylish!

By Reen

from Honolulu, Hawaii

About Me Value Oriented

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Durable Construction
  • Good Size

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Day Runner Harrison Planner:

      Same functionality as Franklin Covey planners but cheaper!

      • Primary use:
      • Personal
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

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