Tag: pocket

Blank Forces Pocket Bolt Ballpoint Pen Review

16 October 2017 By ian

This summer I was running a guest house for the first time. Summer by the seaside is a busy time and in between cooking bacon and servicing rooms the beach and the sea calls to you. I spent little time luxuriating in different fountain pen nibs and interesting inks and instead got down to basics […]

Back Pocket SpaceX Notebook Review

7 December 2016 By ian

It seems these days that a new notebook’s been released before you can finish half of the one you last started, so it takes something special for one to stand out. The Back Pocket SpaceX notebooks certainly look striking but do they hold up in use? Size: 14cm by 9cm (A6ish) Price: £12 for a […]

OHTO Rook Fountain Pen Review

27 June 2016 By ian

OHTO make the pen that got me into all this in the first place and some decent mechanical pencils, too. Their fountain pens, though, have a mixed reputation. I was able to get this pen at a discount thanks to Cult Pens’ support of the site. These are my own honest opinions. Price: £9 (UK) […]

Petit Punnet Notebook Review

24 March 2016 By ian

Petit Punnett is a small British company that makes a range of products featuring fascinating geometric designs. Having noticed them on Twitter I contacted them to see if they could send me some notebooks to review. Thank you to Petit Punnet for letting me look at these items. These are my own honest opinions. As […]

OHTO Tasche Fountain Pen Review

21 March 2016 By ian

OHTO began in 1929 making dyes and ink. In 1963, they produced the world’s first rollerball pen. Their Graphic Liner was the pen that opened my eyes to the world of pens beyond the Bic ballpoint. They have a fine history. However, their fountain pens have a mixed reputation, to say the least. I was […]