All posts by edjelley

Cleaning House – Pens for Sale

Trying to clear out some of the less-used pieces in my collection. If you’re interested in multiple pens, I will discount shipping!

All prices include shipping and insurance to the United States, if you are international, please let me know and we can work out a new price. I’m open to offers as well, so feel free to make reasonable offers! Please no trades at this time!

Thanks!


Ti Post Pen and Stylus by BigiDesign

Pens for Sale-2

Takes many refills – $55 shipped and insured
Barely used.

CLICK HERE TO INQUIRE ABOUT THE PEN.


Masterstroke Airfoil TwistPens for Sale-5

Ballpoint – $25 shipped and insured
Cool looking pen, thick grip section.

CLICK HERE TO INQUIRE ABOUT THE PEN.

Cubix Multicolore Pen/Pencil Case Review

Cubix Multicolore
Pen/Pencil Case Review
Cubics Multicolore Pencil Case Review-10-2

What is it? The Multicolore by Cubix is a small, triangular pen / pencil case by Japanese brand Cubix. Cubics Multicolore Pencil Case Review-1The case is fashioned of nylon, has a nice looking zipper pull, and some subtle branding.

Cubics Multicolore Pencil Case Review-8-2

Notes: This case is small, light, and does a great job of holding a dozen or so pens and pencils. I love the olive green color and the nicely coordinated leather-like zipper pull. The construction of the case is solid, and I don’t anticipate durability being an issue. The triangular shape helps the case sit with the zipper facing up and won’t roll off the table if nudged. Inside the case, the fabric has a  plastic coating. Why you ask? Well if a pen happens to explode, the case will not get ruined and can be easily washed out. This case is lightweight, zips up easily, and looks great in the process. At $6.75, it won’t break the bank and comes in a variety of colors to suit everyone’s taste.
Cubics Multicolore Pencil Case Review-3

Overall, I can see myself picking up a few of these for mass storage. They’re well made and look great. Thanks to my friends at Jetpens for sending the Cubix Multicolore to review!

Check out JetPens for tons of awesome Japanese pens and stationery. Free shipping on orders over $25, and hitting that is always an easy task!

Gallery:

 

 

 

Massdrop Pelikan M400 Giveaway Winner Announced!

Congratulations to Curtis H.!

This was the largest giveaway on the site in both prize value and entrants. Thanks to the 500+ of you who entered to win! Unfortunately there can only be one winner, and that lucky individual is Curtis H. You have been emailed by Massdrop to claim your prize. Thank you to everyone for entering and check back soon for more great giveaways!

Kutsuwa Stad T’Gaal Pencil Sharpener Review

Kutsuwa Stad T’Gaal
Pencil Sharpener ReviewTGAAL Variable Point Pencil Sharpener Review-5

What is it? The Kutsuwa Stad T’Gaal (wow, that’s a mouthful) is a compact and versatile pencil sharpener that’s sure to produce a point that even the most particular pencil aficionados like.

TGAAL Variable Point Pencil Sharpener Review-4-2Notes: The T’Gaal is pretty impressive. As you can see above, it’s able to produce everything from a very short point to  a decently long one. The sharpener is made of plastic, has a lead shaving removal door on the back, and a dial on the front to select the length of the point. A “1” yields the shortest point (foreground) and a “5” yields the longest (background). The selection knob operates smoothly and the blade inside is plenty sharp. It’s easy to use and produces a clean, sharp point that is a pleasure to write with. I find myself liking the “3” setting – not too long and not too short. Using it is simple: select your length, stick the pencil in, turn a whole bunch until there’s no resistance, and pull out a pointy pencil that’s ready to write.

TGAAL Variable Point Pencil Sharpener Review-2Overall, the sharpener gets the job done well. I like that there are options in point length. At just over $6.00, the T’Gaal is reasonably priced. If you’ve been looking to get the point of your pencil just the way you want it, look no further than this well-thought-out design from Kutsuwa.

Thanks to my friends at Jetpens for sending the T’Gaal to review!

Check out JetPens for tons of awesome Japanese pens and stationery. Free shipping on orders over $25, and hitting that is always an easy task!

Gallery: