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Divine Design Eyedropper Fountain Pen Review

Divine Design have been around since 2003 but I only heard of them recently when Scribble offered to send me their Eyedropper pen to try. Their tag line is ‘Presents with future’ which is a lovely concept. Price: €33 plus VAT if you’re in the UK (about £34 as of[…]

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Faber-Castell Ondoro Fountain Pen Review

I’ve been a fan of Faber-Castell since very early on in my fountain pen obsession interest. The Ambition was one of the first fountain pens I bought and it remains, many years later, one of my favourites. Since then I’ve acquired examples of all their modern range, finally completing the[…]

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Ensso Piuma Fountain Pen Review

Ensso go for the minimalist look with their pens. Their first product, the Pen UNO, wasn’t much bigger than the refill it held and was a pretty good pen. The Piuma is fountain pen with a similar no-thrills design. Price: $99 Filling method: standard international cartridge/converter Barrel options: this one[…]

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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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Schön DSGN Pen Review

Ian Schön has many lovely variations of his pen but this is the basic model: the Classic. They’re manufactured in small batches in Massachusetts. Price: $60 for this version Ink type: ballpoint Barrel options: polished aluminium, black anodised aluminium (this one); brass, steel, copper and titanium available at extra cost;[…]

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