Tag: pocket

Stipula Passaporto Fountain Pen Review

29 February 2016 By ian

The Stipula Passaporto is a very small pocketable fountain pen. I picked up mine from Massdrop and it’s a slightly different version to the one you can find elsewhere. This version has threading on the end of the barrel so the cap can be screwed on to post: the usual version doesn’t have this and […]

Whitelines Pocket Notebook Mini-Review

25 February 2016 By ian

Whitelines is a Swedish company making a range of paper products featuring white lines on a grey background. This is a mini-review of their pocket notebook. Size: 9cm by 14cm (3.5″ by 5.5″) Price: £7.95 (UK) for three Pages: 48 Cover: thick card (not sure of the weight, sorry) Paper: 80gsm Ruling: 5mm squares, white […]

Field Notes Cherry Graph Notebook Mini-Review

11 February 2016 By ian

There’s no denying the Cherry Graph notebook is an amazing creation. The covers are made with an incredibly thin piece of real cherry wood. It’s an engineering marvel and it looks beautiful. Price: £8/$10 for three Size: 9cm by 14cm (3.5″ by 5.5″) Pages: 48 Ruling type: grid Paper: 75gsm/50lb Cover: made from wood! I […]

Franklin-Christoph Pocket 40 Fountain Pen Review

18 January 2016 By ian

Franklin-Christoph make distinctive looking pens and the Pocket 40 (sometimes known as the M40P) is no exception, particularly with the ice-effect barrel that has become one of their trademark materials. Price: $130 (steel nib) $210 (gold nib) Nib options: extra-fine, fine, medium, broad; 1.1mm & 1.4mm cursive calligraphy (steel only) Masuyama-ground nib options: needlepoint, medium […]

Cult Pens Mini Fountain Pen Review

28 December 2015 By ian

Cult Pens are building up quite a range of products. I reviewed their mechanical pencil recently and now it’s the turn of their pocket fountain pen, made for Cult Pens by Kaweco. Thank you to Cult Pens for sending me this pen in exchange for an honest review. These are my own opinions. Price: £30 […]