Levenger Shipping to Canada?

This is for anyone from Canada who's bought from Levenger.

I'm living in Toronto, and thinking of buying some Circa stuff (so far everything I've gotten from Levenger was on a trip to the States). I called the phone line just to get a sense of how much shipping & handling would be to Canada, but the person who tried to help me said that she couldn't give me any idea without opening an account for me. I'm one of those privacy nuts, so I'd prefer not to have to open an account with anyone until I have a sense of whether I'm going to buy.

Any Canadians who've bought from Levenger...how much (approximately) did shipping & handling add to your purchase? Was it closer to 5% or 50%? Was there a certain minimum S&H fee?

If anyone can help, I'd really appreciate it!

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I am not from Canada, but if you go to the Levenger site and choose your items, you can check out without opening an actual account. You do have to enter your name and address, but you do not need to choose a user name and password. So, you could find out what your shipping would be and then just cancel the order. I was going to do it for you, but I do not know zip codes and stuff for Canada.

Just an idea. Good luck!
nay nay

They do

I'm in Ottawa. They do ship to Canada, but their shipping costs I find are prohibitive. I decided to wait until I go to the US to buy stuff from them. But they do ship to Canada, if you don't mind paying shipping and then import taxes.

"It's better to be a pirate than to join the Navy." -- Steve Jobs

levenger vacations.

I wish Levenger had a vacation planner feature on the website.

I'm becoming more and more fascinated with a Levenger store based vacation this summmer~!
my artwork

You know those pocketmod

You know those pocketmod trip planners online (I found them through Lifehacker)? I use those to plan my trips now.

"It's better to be a pirate than to join the Navy." -- Steve Jobs

Where can one find those?

I'm fascinated with PocketMods in all forms. (In fact, I've whipped together a "tutorial" on how to print both sides with either PocketMod or Page Packer.) And trip planners sound like more fun!


Interested in Tutorial

I'd like to see it.
Especially the cutting/folding part.

Please ?
"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)

Pretty Please...


:P nay nay

The travel planners are

The travel planners are here: http://www.travelite.org/resources/pocketexpress.html

"It's better to be a pirate than to join the Navy." -- Steve Jobs


Got em!


They need updating though.

They need updating though. They mention cassettes and camera film....

"It's better to be a pirate than to join the Navy." -- Steve Jobs

I don't know....

Part of the problem with my "tutorial" is that it ended up running longer than I expected. It something like 5 A4 pages in my TextEdit. That's too much for a post here in the forums, and I don't really have any place else to put it! I originally started it for myself, to help me keep track of what I was doing, and it got a bit out of hand... Oh, and it could really use some photos to help, of which I have none, and haven't had time to shoot them.

Oh, and besides, I'm a noob here... I would feel awkward posting something like this, especially because I suspect interest would not be that great. It's easier to print on one side, and fold, than to figure out how to print on both sides... :-)

The good side is that the tutorial is in three parts--a simple, "beginner's" layout, and then a slightly more complicated one, but still rather simple, and the third is all-out, 16 pages separately dated--I haven't finished that one yet, because I haven't found good page-per-day pages to print out.

So, here I sit, with the file on my hard drive, waiting for me to get the gumption back up to look at it again.


Sieze the day

Hi Jon.

Be bold. Post your stuff. No matter how obscure it might be, there *will* be people who want it, love it, live it. You are not alone.

Pocketmod is not all that obscure, so I think you're likely to get some comments on it when you do post it. One comment is probably worth a bunch of downloads. :)

Be bold. Sieze the day. Post your stuff, throw it out into the ether. There will be people who use it.


The Cutting and Folding, please ?

The printing and numbering is a logical exercise that can be dealt with separately. I am going nutz trying to figure out how to get a two sided setup.
"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)

PocketMod Help Needed

Thanks to Sara's GTD Spotlink last week, I discovered that cool thing called "PocketMod". I tried to drag, drop and print the basic forms that are included on their website, but it wouldn't line up correctly on my page. Then I had to view the video on how to fold the darn thing three times before I got mine folded into a booklet. However, since it didn't line up correctly on my page, it was pretty useless.

I'd love to learn how to export my To Do list from an application like Outlook, or my Palm software into a PocketMod. I fear that it is WAY beyond my tech knowledge, though. Printing on both sides of the page sounds like fantasy to me.