Tag: steelnib

Faber-Castell Ambition fountain pen review

8 September 2013 By ian

The Faber-Castell Ambition Pearwood is a beautiful looking pen. I’m a sucker for wood and metal; organic and machined; old and new. Gets me every time. This is a stunning pen. In my big chunky hands this pen is a perfect length and weight but it is a little top heavy when posted and if […]

Kaweco Classic Sport fountain pen review

26 August 2013 By ian

The Kaweco Classic Sport is the pen I keep in my pocket. This in one pocket, a Pilot Colelo Lumio in the other. It is the perfect pocket fountain pen. The lid screws on so it doesn’t come off unless you want it to. with the lid on the pen is very small. Pocketable, even. […]

Waterman Translucent fountain pen review

19 August 2013 By ian

I picked this pen up for under 7 Euros in a French supermarket. A Waterman fountain pen for that price? Yes please! It turns out that it has a good fine nib, is comfortable to hold and use and feels like it should have cost several times as much. I wish I’d filled my trolley […]