Now n Then Retro-Essential Pen branding

Now n Then Retro-Essential Pen Review

The Now n Then Retro-Essential is a pen that’s available with a walnut, rosewood, beech, oak or Pterocarpus indicus barrel and plain brass or gold-coloured brass hardware. Each pen comes with a detachable clip, stylus tip, a Schmidt 888F ceramic roller (liquid ink) refill and also a Schmidt P900M ballpoint[…]

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Uni-ball Eye Needlepoint barrel

Uni-ball Eye Needlepoint Rollerball Review

The Uni-Ball Eye Needlepoint is a rollerball (liquid ink) pen with a fine (if indeed a 0.5mm line can be considered fine) tip. It’s available with six different ink colours and costs about £2.50 in the UK. I picked this up as a freebie as part of an order I[…]

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Lamy Vista rollerball posted

Lamy Vista Rollerball pen review

The Lamy Vista rollerball is a refillable pen that’s available with a medium tip with black, blue, red or green ink. It costs around £10 ($15) in the UK. The Lamy Vista is the same classic shape as the Lamy Safari only made with clear instead of coloured plastic. It’s[…]

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Schneider Breeze rollerball grip shape

Schneider Breeze rollerball pen review

The Schneider Breeze is an ergonomically shaped refillable rollerball pen. The standard version is available in four different colours (orange, pink, green and blue) and comes with two blue cartridges. Replacement cartridges are available in a range of different colours. There is also a snazzy Breeze Neon range with some[…]

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Retro 51 Tornado rollerball pen end

Retro 51 Tornado rollerball review

There was a time when Myke Hurley used to talk about the Retro 51 Tornado so often that it became a pen-that-should-not-be-named on the Pen Addict podcast. Is Myke completely mad or did he know what he was talking about? Or, at least on the podcast, trying not to talk[…]

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