Tag: colouringpen

Pilot Frixion Colour Pen review

23 November 2016 By ian

When I was at school, many many moons ago, I remember how an erasable pen felt like some kind of holy grail. We had to write in pen, we made many many mistakes, and we wanted to obliterate all those mistakes so our teachers would never see. All we got, though, were pens with granite-like […]

Paper Mate Flair Pen Review

9 May 2016 By ian

The Paper Mate Flair has been around since 1966 and you can see that in its design. It’s got that classic 60s feel to it: no bad thing at all. Price: £1 (UK) $1.70 (USA) Tip size options: it’s called the M but the tip is actually quite broad. There is a version with a […]

Tombow ABT Dual Brush Pen Review

29 March 2016 By ian

I’ve been slowly building up my collection of Tombow ABT Dual Brush Pens for a few years but I have to admit it wasn’t until quite recently that how to use them properly really clicked. They’re a combination of felt-tip pens and watercolour paints but require a different approach to both to get the best […]

Stabilo Point 88 Fineliner Review

15 February 2016 By ian

If you walk into any UK high street stationery shop you’re likely to find Stabilo Point 88 Fineliners for sale, often near to some Staedtler Triplus Fineliners. They are, apparently, Europe’s best-selling fineliner. I picked up these pens at a discount thanks to the support Cult Pens give this site. These are my own opinions. […]

Staedtler Triplus Roller, Fineliner and Color Pens

25 January 2016 By ian

Staedtler make just about every kind of pen and pencil in this Triplus range. The range is distinguished, unsurprisingly, by the triangular barrel. I’m taking a look at the Roller, Color and Fineliner pens. Thank you to Staedtler for sending me, a very lone time ago now, these pens to try out. Staedtler Triplus Fineliner […]