Discbound notebooks and planners are the most flexible notebooks available on the market now. One can easily change the order of pages and add and remove pages. With a discbound hole punch, you can create your own pages using any paper you like.
There are different brands of discbound systems – Arc by Staples, Martha Stewart, Levenger, Tul, and others. The systems are mostly compatible with each other. So you can mix and match covers, disc, and pages from different systems and create your own unique notebooks.
Questions about discbound systems
If you need to remove a page, you just tear it and it comes off the disc easily. If you need to add a page to a notebook – you place it on other pages and push it a little.
Levenger has a simple portable punch for one page. It is the cheapest option for a discbound hole punch right now.
You just need to take a plastic or a cardboard page and punch holes. Don’t use Levenger’s portable punch, since it is intended only for single thin paper pages.
Heavy tabletop punchers are good for making lots of pages at once. And portable puncher is very convenient on the go.
ARC tabletop punch is the best you can get.
You can use any pouch that suits the size of your planner.
TUL discbound hole punch can punch up to six 20-lb pages.
You can customize any discbound planner.
About half an inch is enough.
The easiest way is to get your own discbound punch. That way you will be able to make your own refills from any paper. Prices for discbound punches start at about $30.
The largest discs for discbound planner available today are 3″ discs by Levenger.
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