Nock Co Fodderstack XL Cover Review

Nock Co make a very interesting range of cases in designs that can’t be found elsewhere. The Fodderstack XL is a good example of this. It’s 6” by 3.5” (15cm by 9cm in 21st century units) and holds one or two pens along with a notebook. The colour options vary[…]

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Kaweco Traveler Case Review

Kaweco continue to expand their range of products and the Traveler Case is the latest example. It’s made from calf leather and costs a little under €100. Thank you to Kaweco for lending me this case so I could review it. These are my own honest opinions. The leather brown[…]

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Nock Co Sinclair Case Review

What I love about Nock Co is how they come up with ideas for cases that no-one else has thought of but once you see them you know they’re just what you need. The Sinclair was absolutely like this but it took me a while to get hold of one.[…]

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Start Bay notebook review

Start Bay Notebook Cover Review and Giveaway

Start Bay is a little bay on the south Devon coast here in England. It’s also home to Start Bay Notebooks, makers of these simple leather notebook covers. Thank you to Start Bay Notebooks for sending me these covers to review (and to give away, see below). These are my[…]

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Jumble of sharpeners

Guide to Small Handheld Pencil Sharpeners

There are dozens of different sharpeners, in all shapes, sizes, materials and colours. Here I’m looking at small one-step handheld sharpeners. One-step just means you can get a finished point in one go. Some sharpeners are two-step: you sharpen the wood first and then the graphite, to give a long[…]

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