Pilot Custom 912 with Music Nib Fountain Pen Review

Pilot Custom 912 with Music Nib Fountain Pen Review Review Ink: Robert Oster Fire and Ice Review Paper: Various Specs: Description: A flat ended, medium-large sized pen from Japan with a stubby music nib Nib: 14k Rhodium Plated Gold, double slit music nib Filling Mechanism: Pilot CON70 pump converter Weight: 25g overall Measurements: 5.5″ capped, 6.2″ […]

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New Sponsor: Goldspot Pens!

New Sponsor: Goldspot Pens! Big thanks to Goldspot Pens for sponsoring edjelley.com! Goldspot is no stranger to the game, as they offer tons of the best brands of fine writing instruments the world has to offer. In addition to a wide selection of fountain pens, rollerballs, and ballpoints, they have an excellent online magazine that […]

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Inventery Rollerball Pen Review

Inventery Mechanical Pen Rollerball Review What is it?  A pocket sized (yet desk-friendly) pen with a unique flat spot to prevent rolling! Notes:  INVENTERY hit me up to ask if I wanted to check out their pens. I haven’t heard of the brand before, but after some poking around their website, it looked like something […]

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Jacques Herbin 1798: Amethyste de l’Oural Ink Review + Video

Jacques Herbin 1798: Amethyste de l’Oural Ink Review + Video What is it? This new ink from Jacques Herbin (the ink maker formerly known as J. Herbin) is a deep shade of purple with a silver shimmer addition.  Notes: This year’s new edition of shimmering ink is in a totally different series. Instead of the now standard […]

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Rosetta Magellan Burnt Umber Fountain Pen Review

Rosetta Magellan Burnt Umber Fountain Pen Review What is it?  A pen made from Italian acrylic in Taiwan, with a German nib, and assembled in the USA. Wowzers, that was a hard supply chain to follow! INTRO This is a pen that I’ve never heard of. Honestly, I had never heard of IPenStore before either (they’ve […]

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