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  • TWSBI Precision Fountain Pen Review TWSBI’s Precision fountain pen caused quite a stir when the promotional photos were released, with a lot of people expressing surprise and disappointment with the striking design. Thanks to Scribble’s generosity, I was able to take a look at one in person. Price: £75 Filling method: piston Barrel options: gunmetal only Nib options: stainless steel inextra-fine, fine, medium, broad, ...
  • TWSBI Precision Mechanical Pencil Review In a world that contains hundreds of different mechanical pencil designs, how does this pencil from TWSBI hold up? Many thanks to Scribble for lending me this pencil to review. Price: £25 Lead size: 0.5mm or 0.7mm Barrel options: matt silver or black Eraser: yes Size: 14cm long, 0.8cm diameter Weight: 28g TWSBI’s Precision range is defined by the use of hexagonal metal ...
  • Papio Press Pocket Notebook Review Papio Press are a UK-based company that makes a range of products including calendars, postcards, notepads, jewellery, prints and notebooks. This notebook was kindly sent to me by Nero’s Notes so I could review it. These are my own opinions. My original review stated that these notebooks were larger than A6. They are actually exactly A6 and ...
  • Karas Kustoms Starliner XL and Starliner Fountain Pen Review I can’t deny that I like Karas Kustoms’ pens quite a lot, particularly the tumbled raw aluminium versions, of which I’m building up quite a collection. I was therefore quite excited to have the chance to try a new range of their pens. These pens were sent to be by Karas Kustoms for the purposes of ...
  • Visconti Homo Sapiens Dark Age Fountain Pen Review I change my mind too often to have a true grail pen but a posh Visconti of some kind has been consistently on my wish list. None of them are cheap and I had to sell quite a few pens to be able to afford this one. Despite having gathered the funds by selling other ...