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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Lamy Safari Petrol Fountain Pen Review

Lamy Safari Petrol Fountain Pen Review What is it?  The 2017 Limited Edition color of the Lamy Safari fountain pen Notes: Another year, another lime-greenish disappoi — wait a second. It’s a Lamy limited edition, and it’s NOT neon green! They’re calling this color “Petrol” and I absolutely love it. The Safari is sporting a matte, dark teal […]

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Namisu Orion Stonewashed Titanium Fountain Pen Review

Namisu Orion Stonewashed Titanium Fountain Pen – Handwritten Review – Review Ink:  Tekker Ink Edjelley Teal Specs: Description: A minimal (but not too minimal) fountain pen that’s made completely of titanium. Nib: Bock medium in titanium Filling Mechanism: International standard cartridge / converter (not included) Weight: 39g capped Measurements: 140mm Color Options: Stonewashed titanium Intro/About: Namisu is no stranger to me. I’ve reviewed […]

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Kickstarter: TiScribe Highlighter EDC Pen in Titanium

Kelvin from Urban Survival Gear is back at it again with another Kickstarter project. Instead of the standard pen, or fountain pen, he’s created a highlighter. Why? Because no one else has. This is the first machined highlighter project out there. There’s a few nice EDC-ready features, and the machining is clean and precise.

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Lamy Safari Dark Lilac Fountain Pen Review

This isn’t going to be too crazy, you can read my original review of the Lamy Safari here. The Dark Lilac version, along with it’s own special ink were released as the 2016 limited edition. The color is nice and dark, and not too “in your face”. The Black hardware adds an overall low-profile look to the pen that I really like. Other than the color, there isn’t really anything different from the Lamy Safari that’s been around for over 30 years.

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