Additive Pens Double Helix Fountain Pen Review

Additive Pens use 3D printing to produce unique looking pens. I’ve had this pen a couple of years now and so this is a long term review. The pens come with stainless steel Jowo nibs but I’ve been using mine with a 14k gold broad nib ground to a stub[…]

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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[…]

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Cleo Skribent ‘Skribent’ Fountain Pen Review

The Skribent is Cleo Skribent’s premium pen. It comes with an 18k gold nib and a premium price tag. This pen has been lent to the United Inkdom team by Write Here. Thank you to Write Here for their generosity. These are my honest opinions. Price: £299 Filling method: cartridge/converter[…]

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Pelikan M805 Fountain Pen Review

The (relatively) more affordable Pelikan fountain pens have long been a favourite of mine. The M205 is a lovely pen, particularly with the gold nib upgrade. This caused me to long for one of the significantly less affordable models. I was lucky enough to be lent a blue M805 and[…]

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Kaweco Steel Sport Fountain Pen Review

Ah, metal pens, they get me every time. And the Kaweco Sport, that does too. A classic design: distinctive, timeless, and useful. There’s no point me trying to build up any kind of suspense. I love this pen. Price: £89 (with a stainless steel nib) Filling method: short international cartridge[…]

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