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Pen of the Day: Montblanc 146

Montblanc 146 with broad nib. Well, I am nothing if not consistent, because I just realized that the last time a 146 was Pen of the Day, it was… 94 more words


Pen of the Day: Pelikan M205 Transparent Blue (Again)

Pelikan M205 Transparent Blue with fine nib. This was pen of the day fairly recently, but I’m repeating it because it’s got a brand new bag — I mean, ink.  96 more words


Ink: Diamine Red Dragon

Today’s ink review is about a Diamine Ink, once again not a blue one but red.

I got myself a small bottle of Diamine Red Dragon as soon as I saw some writing reviews of this ink. 181 more words


A TWSBI Diamond 580 And The Eco

After almost a year of use, it’s time to tell my TWSBI tale. Of the two on hand, the 580 beats the Eco easily. However, both are good value for money though with caveats. 707 more words

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Another Benefit To The Platinum Slip & Seal Cap

After several attempts to get ink to dry in a Platinum Century Slip & Seal pen, I give up. It just won’t happen, but I did discover a welcome additional benefit while giving it a hard time. 184 more words


Pen of the Day: Pelikan 400nn

Pelikan 400nn with medium nib. I still have a few vintage Pelikans hanging around, and this is one I’ve always liked the look of. The original green stripe Pelikan celluloid binde is a beautiful thing. 70 more words