Wednesday, October 19th, 2011

Orange WebPlanners

Karen

We have been getting lots of inquiries on where to buy a WebPlanner with an orange cover.

We received this inquiry from Lorraine in NYC this morning: “I need a 2012 calendar and am only finding black. What happened to orange? I have all your pads and I need the matching calendar for my office.” The answer is – the 2011 WebPlanners with black covers tremendously out-sold those with orange covers, so for the 2012 we only went with black. This doesn’t mean we can’t reconsider for the future, but we have to feel confident the product will sell out.

We were very surprised at the sales of the orange-covered WebPlanner vs. the black, since orange Webbies outsell black by a good margin.  Unfortunately, this wasn’t the case for the WebPlanners – just the opposite.

Last year, a lot of people wrote to use asking for a hard-cover WebPlanner, vs. the soft-cover we had when we introduced the product.  The hard-cover WebPlanners have proved to be very popular, and sales continue to grow.

That being said, your feedback is very important to us.  Please let us know your thoughts on this product.  Thank you.


10 thoughts on “Orange WebPlanners

  1. I really like the small orange planners, too – makes it easier to find in my purse. I’ll get the black for 2012 but really would love to get the orange back.

  2. I really like the small orange planners, too – makes it easier to find in my purse. I’ll get the black for 2012 but really would love to get the orange back.

  3. I very much miss the use of my soft cover Orange planner – I purchased a black hard cover this year and did not use it at all, its just not the same.

  4. I very much miss the use of my soft cover Orange planner – I purchased a black hard cover this year and did not use it at all, its just not the same.

  5. I’m very sorry that the soft cover Rhodia planners are no longer available. I’ve been using the larger one for work and carrying the smaller one for personal use, but because I often like to carry very small purses, the thin flexible soft cover is a necessity. Reluctantly I’ll be going back to the Moleskine soft cover for personal use in 2012. I’ll miss the good white paper and the anno-planner from the Rhodia, and I’ll probably still use the larger Rhodia for work. As for the color, I love Rhodia orange and nearly always buy orange when it’s available. However, I’ve found the orange Webbie soils very quickly, which is a shame since it’s lovely when new.

  6. I’m very sorry that the soft cover Rhodia planners are no longer available. I’ve been using the larger one for work and carrying the smaller one for personal use, but because I often like to carry very small purses, the thin flexible soft cover is a necessity. Reluctantly I’ll be going back to the Moleskine soft cover for personal use in 2012. I’ll miss the good white paper and the anno-planner from the Rhodia, and I’ll probably still use the larger Rhodia for work. As for the color, I love Rhodia orange and nearly always buy orange when it’s available. However, I’ve found the orange Webbie soils very quickly, which is a shame since it’s lovely when new.

  7. “If it ain’t orange it ain’t Rhodia, dag-nabit.” (Please read that sentence in the voice of a grumpy, stubborn, old prospector.)

    I’m sad that the Orange planner is gone but I’ll use the black one because I have so adjusted my life to planning with the format of this planner.

    P.S.
    Where’s the orange dotpads?!?

  8. “If it ain’t orange it ain’t Rhodia, dag-nabit.” (Please read that sentence in the voice of a grumpy, stubborn, old prospector.)

    I’m sad that the Orange planner is gone but I’ll use the black one because I have so adjusted my life to planning with the format of this planner.

    P.S.
    Where’s the orange dotpads?!?

  9. I have an orange webplanner, but don’t really mind if I couldn’t get an orange one for next year.

    Then again, I’ll prolly get some other quo vadis planner instead, anyway

  10. I have an orange webplanner, but don’t really mind if I couldn’t get an orange one for next year.

    Then again, I’ll prolly get some other quo vadis planner instead, anyway

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