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Pilot Iroshizuku Tsukushi Ink Review

2 February 2016 By ian

Tsukushi means horsetail and this ink is indeed very horsey coloured. Not my favourite colour, to be honest, but there’s some hints of sheen to it. It flows well and dries quickly. Here I am doodling the Inkling. You can find some more reviews of Tsukushi on Pennaquod.

My Thoughts on Pilot UK’s Reply About Availability and Pricing

26 January 2016 By ian

Mark Knibbs of Pilot took time to reply to my questions about pricing before I published my article and it’s a shame it was filtered out as spam. I apologise once again to Mark and to everyone who drew the wrong conclusions about Pilot as a consequence. I appreciate him taking the time to reply […]

Pilot’s Reply Regarding Pricing in the UK

25 January 2016 By ian

Below is the reply I received from Pilot. Unfortunately, and embarrassingly, the reply was sent before the original article but went straight to my Spam folder so I didn’t see it. I’m responsible for this, and I apologise to Pilot and to those of you who drew conclusions about Pilot as a consequence. I haven’t […]

Pilot UK’s Pricing

21 January 2016 By ian

We’ve long grumbled in the UK about the prices of Pilot pens, casting covetous glances across the Atlantic whenever anyone speaks of the great value of Pilot’s fountain pens, or feverishly calculating shipping, customs charges and waiting times of Japanese imports. Things have come to a head recently with the sudden disappearance of some of […]