Schon DSGN The Clip Pen Review

Schon DSGN Aluminum with Clip Pocket Pen Review What is it?  An aluminum pocket pen with a brass set screw, all made right here in the USA. Now it’s got a clip! Notes: First thing’s first, go check out my review of the stainless steel, unclipped version of this pen here. There’s plenty of photos […]

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Sailor 1911 Large Ballpoint Pen Review

Sailor 1911 Large Ballpoint Pen Review Specs: Description: A hefty ballpoint pen made by one of Japan’s finest pen manufacturers Refill: Proprietary Sailor ballpoint pen refill, 0.7mm Weight: ~34 grams Mechanism: Twist to open Measurements: 5.25″ Color Options: Black, Maroon, White Intro/About: Sailor makes some of the best fountain pens out there. I’ve got a bunch of them in my […]

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Baron Fig Squire Alphabet Limited Edition Pen Review

The Baron Fig Squire Alphabet is a pen released by NY-based stationery company, Baron Fig. You might know them for their popular Confidant notebook, cool pencils, or soft cover notebooks. This particular offering is an aluminum pen with the alphabet engraved in it, you know, in case you forget. The days of “damn, what letter comes after J again?!” are long gone. Yes, I’m poking fun, but the engraving is top-notch and I like the minimal design it adds to the pen. Lets take a closer look at this compact rollerball.

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Steel and Flint Soft Close Magnetic Pen Review

It seems like there’s another Kickstarter pen project out every time I load the site. That’s not a bad thing though. I welcome the innovation and new ideas that the popular platform brings to the stationery world, and the Steel and Flint Pen is no exception. This UK-based firm has designed a minimalist pocket pen with a soft close cap that’s held in place via strong magnets. Let’s take a closer look at the prototype sample S&F supplied.

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Lamy 2000 Ballpoint Pen Review

Lamy 2000 Ballpoint Pen Review What is it?  The ballpoint partner to my favorite fountain pen, the Lamy 2000 Notes: I’ve been between picking up the Lamy 2000 ballpoint and the unique multipen for a while. I opted for the ballpoint, mostly because of the D1 refills that the multipen takes. They’re really small and I didn’t […]

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