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The Need To Ink

If we can only wield one fountain pen at a time, why do we ink so many? Variety in pen style and nib shape might justify a few, but not the huge number some of us wind up with despite the best of intentions. 250 more words


November Pens And Inks

November pens and inks comprise a colorful palette for paper tests and a few letters. Midori Traveler’s Notebook takes it all in stride.


Review: Pelikan M600 Striated Blue, Medium

A couple of days ago, this pen arrived in the mail. I’ve had it on my wishlist since last year. After I bought my first Pelikan ( 686 more words

Pen Reviews

My First Souveran Ever, A Pelikan M600

This has been on my pen wishlist since last year. A great opportunity came to buy it at a significantly lower price than retail, so I thought…THIS! 23 more words

Fountain Pen

Pelikan M600 Fountain Pen Review

In 1988 Pelikan introduced the M600, a M400 sized pen with the upgraded trim of the larger M800.  The M600 was sold with a monotone 18kt gold nib for it’s first year only, switching to a bi-tone 14kt gold nib in 1989. 768 more words

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Ohai, Gateway Drug for Pelikans--Pelikan Tradition M200

I’ve resisted trying out Pelikan pens because, truth be told, I don’t like the green striated body (blasphemy, I know). Also, I wasn’t willing to pay a premium for it because I’m wary of paying extra just for the brand. 71 more words

New Acquisition

My First "Real" Fountain Pen

Sooo since I talked about the Adler a bit, which was made in West Germany, I decided to post up a fountain pen I own that is also German. 699 more words