Steel and Flint Soft Close Magnetic Pen Review

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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

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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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Field Notes Fall 2016 Colors Edition – “Lunacy”

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This is a pretty serious Colors edition. There’s just so much going on, and the name, “Lunacy”, fits the edition in more ways than one. In case you couldn’t tell, these books are themed around the moon. They feature die cut panels, specially printed inserts, and embossing on both the front and the back. It’s an impressive looking edition, read on to find out more about these unique little pocket notebooks!

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BigiDesign Ti Arto – The Ultimate Refill-Friendly Pen Review

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BigiDesign Ti Arto The Ultimate Refill-Friendly Pen Review Specs: Description: A unique pen by the folks over at Bigidesign that takes so many refills, it’s borderline unbelievable Refills:  Pretty much all them…over 200! Weight: 32.6g w/ cap Measurements: 5.37″ posted Color Options: Titanium Intro/About: Today we’re looking at another (popular) Kickstarter pen – The Ti Arto by Bigidesign. Bigidesign is […]

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Tactile Turn Slider and Glider Bolt Action Pen

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Starting this one off with a big ol’ disclaimer: I took the photos for this Kickstarter campaign, and I consider Will both a friend and client. This review wasn’t paid for, but the photos were. Now that that’s out of the way, let’s get into these new bolt action pens. Will of Tactile Turn is back at it again with the Slider and Glider. He’s designed a custom bolt mechanism that’s both easy to use with one hand, and really fun to play with. Since I took the photos for him, I’ve had hands-on with every model of the pen. Read on to find out how they hold up!

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