Where to buy: Pure Pens [Here] Price: £6.99 Bottle size: 60ml Price/ml: £0.12 (2dp) Colour: Blue Shading: Some Sheening: No Recommend?: This is a fantastic blue Pure Pens originally launched their own brand ink line with a Celtic theme, which was a huge hit. This is the second themed ink that they have released and this … Continue reading Pure Pens Buckingham
Price - £19.95 Can be purchased from The Writing Desk: Here (Sapphire) or Here (Smoke) Recommend? - Absolutely! This is my third TWSBI fountain pen review (fourth TWSBI review if you count the Precision mechanical pencil). I have eight or nine TWSBIs in my collection. What draws me to this brand? They're cheap (relatively speaking), have unique … Continue reading TWSBI Go
Following the success of the Celtic themed inks from Pure Pens, a retailer here in the UK residing in Wales, they have expanded their own line of inks to the "English Series", as I shall self dub it. Being a proud countryman, I'm very excited about these inks and the colours are terrific, which makes … Continue reading Pure Pens: English Series Inks
I have always enjoyed documenting my inks; it's something I'm surprised more people don't do. I've been using a Rhodia A5 notebook to document inks and I'm currently up to my third notebook. When I saw this pocket notebook for the same purpose, I was very excited to give it a try. You can pick up … Continue reading Neros Notes: Ink Notebook
First and foremost, happy Left Hander's Day if you're reading this on publication day! Every 13th August, cool stuff. Secondly, if you have any further questions then I am happy to be contacted. I'm on Twitter and Instagram as @7heDaniel (either is fine). You can also email me at 7hedaniel[at]gmail[dot]com. For short replies (that may also be … Continue reading Left Out?
Quite often the pen community will find a "fad" or "obsession" - flex nibs, TWSBIs, sheen and as of late, the Moonman M2 and the Moonman Wancai. Here I have the Wancai to review and to see what all the fuss is about..! Design As soon as this pen arrived, I sent pictures to my … Continue reading Moonman Wancai
Sometimes there are pens that look good for the sake of looking good and not offering much functionality. The Montegrappa Chaos is a somewhat obscene (chaotic, if you will) example of this. The Russian manufacturer (of whom I have reviewed once before) BENU manages to remain functional but also with emphasis on the artistic value of … Continue reading BENU Friendly Chameleon