FINALLY!!! Micro PDA refills YAY!!!

the day has FINALLY come we have micro pda refills from levenger, we have other neat things to but i have after trying every size i have found that the micro pda size works the very best for me right now because it fits in my jeans pocket.

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Is it worth it?

Seems like they're barely worth it - for $14, you get 200 sheets, plus 4 sets of rings and covers. Even for just the sheets, it's $0.07/card. For $20, you get just 300 sheets, which is $0.067/card, and you can't even share a booklet with a friend when they admire how cool yours is...

OK, try this:

Staples inkjet business cards
250 cards for $11.98 (0.04792 each)
500 cards for $24.48 (0.04896 each)
1000 cards for $37.48 (0.03748 each)
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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)

Sam's club

I was at Sam's Club in Amhurst, New York a few weeks ago. They have a package of 50 sheets (500 cards) for under $6.

The quality is not the greatest, but for PDA cards to jot down notes, they're great.

More microPDA card info

At my local Staples, I got the 65# colored cardstock (250 sheets for ~ $11.00) cut into business card size for an extra $9. I don't know how many cards I ended up with, except for it being a grundle...something like 4 full business card boxes worth.

I also think the 4-pack of the translucent micro PDA notebooks is the better overall deal, or at Sam's Club they have the 400 card pack of Avery Clean Cut Edge business cards for something like $17 in store (very nice, very thick).

I agree with Jigglypuff on the great form factor of the microPDA - it's the only Circa notebook I can carry on me practically always, with makes it the perfect capture device.

And then there is this...

Blank Business Cards/Micro-PDA refills

I found a local "Ma & Pa" print shop and asked for a quote on 1000 blank business cards of plain, white stock.
The quote came back as: $23 plus tax for 1000 business card stock cut 3.5 x 2 -80lb white -no imprint

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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)

Or even this...

"Ma & Pa" print shops are very good for bargains.

I've used a fobster for some time now - with very cheap business cards from a local print shop. I asked them for any "mistake" cards they had and received some misprinted semi-blanks. (The background colour was printed incorrectly so the address etc wasn't added).
Price $2 for 350 or about half a cent each

The other thing that's useful is snaffling out-of-date business cards from friends. So long as they trust you not to use them as business cards, you can have piles of cards. I got a box of 500 cards with an old address on them for the cost of a cup of coffee with a friend.

Price: occasional ribbing from my friend for keeping lists with her name on the back.
(It was homemade, instant coffee so I guess it was 40 cents or about 12.5 cards for a cent :D )