Visconti Homo Sapiens Elegance Fountain Pen Review

Goldspot sent this loaner pen over for review. Let’s start off by letting it be known that I didn’t drop $650 of my own cash on this pen. It’s on loan, and will be sent back. It’s kind of tough to come out the gate and say it, but I’m glad this pen is a loaner. $595 is a TON of money for a lot of people, and I think a $595 should be a perfect pen. Is the Homo Sapiens Elegance a perfect pen? Let’s dig in and find out. 

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Sailor 1911 Large Anchor Grey Fountain Pen Review

I’ve been a big fan of Sailor pens for a while now. I don’t know how I’ve managed to avoid reviewing a 1911 Large for so long. This large pen (okay, it’s not that large) is presented in an exclusive color called Anchor Gray that’s only available in North America. The “large” models feature a larger 21kt gold nib, a bit more heft, and a slight increase in both length and diameter. The 1911L is a pretty pricey pen, with a street price of $288. Can this Sailor weather the storm? Read on to find out. 

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New Sponsor: Paul’s Paper and Pens

New Sponsor: Paul’s Paper and Pens Big thanks to Paul’s Paper and Pens for sponsoring edjelley.com! Paul’s Paper and Pens is a small online stationery store, curating a selection of some of the finest stationery out there. They’re based out of the UK and offer free packing and shipping on UK orders over £20. They also […]

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Modern Fuel Design Mechanical Pencil 2.0 – Review and Kickstarter Launch

Modern Fuel Design Mechanical Pencil 2.0 Review and Kickstarter Launch Just about three years ago, I reviews the original Modern Fuel Design Pencil in brass. Today, he launched an updated version of an already solid pencil. Modern Fuel is run by a gentleman named Andrew, who has a passion (and some serious talent) for good […]

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