Dayrunner planners are loose-leaf modular organizers. The usual setup comes with a weekly calendar, a monthly calendar, addressbook pages and a pad of graph paper in a binder. The larger versions are three-ring compatible, while the smaller versions use a six-ring punch.
- Day runner planners can be highly customzied for personal preferences.
- The loose-leaf nature of the planners make it easy to rip out old pages.
- Binders can be reused year after year.
- Insert packs are relatively expensive compared to staple-bound planners.
- Even the small sizes are thick and not pocket-friendly.
--CBrachyrhinchos 03:01, 14 May 2005 (EDT)