POLAR Pen Review

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I have been waiting to do this review for a while now. I know not all pen addicts are going to agree with this pen but I was to intrigued to let the POLAR pen pass me buy. They had a lot of delays and issues getting this pen out but they did and it is a very unique pen. … Read More

Fisher Space Pen AG7

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The fisher space pen company is probably best known for their cool Bullet model. Don’t get me wrong the Bullet is a great little pocket pen and is super stylish but today I am reviewing the AG7. The AG7 is overlooked in the pen world. This is a great pen and in my view, better performing than the bullet.   … Read More

The Copic Multiliner SP

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Today I am reviewing the Copic Multiliner SP .5mm. Copics are popular among the art community but can get pricy. As someone who not only likes to draw but has recently experienced the Copic marker line. I was already a fan of the brand, the thing that pushed me over the edge in buying this pen was that just like … Read More

Its a Bird, Its a Plane, Its a Falcon

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Yes, cheesy title I know but much like Superman the Pilot Falcon is a classic. It is a super classy looking pen that some would classify as a semi-flex nib. As a pen collector I just couldn’t wait to own one, if for nothing else than that super stylish nib! Thanks to the great customer service at Pen Chalet I … Read More

The Esterbrook Bandwagon

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When I got into fountain pens a while back I didn’t think that I would be getting into vintage pens really at all, lets face it there are a great number of amazing new pens on the market and after I was give a vintage parker by a grandparent I realized just how different vintage fountain pens are and how … Read More

The Amazing Vanishing Point

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The Vanishing Point is just that, amazing. This is a wonderful gold nib pen that any fountain pen user must try. Finally and got this wonderful pen from a great retailer, Pen Chalet. I ordered, they shipped next business day and within a few days I was enjoying this pen a work! I don’t know why there are not more … Read More

The Smiling Nib

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Pilot has a good line of fountain pens. The Pilot Kakuno is known by many as the smiling nib pen because as you can see from the pictures below, Pilot has added a few style marking to the nib to make it smile at the author. An added fun features that just makes this pen even more irresistible. The bad … Read More

One Micro Gel Above the Rest

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So this is the post where I am going to rank my top five micro gels. This is how they stand to date and the judgement of these pens was based on how they write, how the look and how they feel in the hand, the total package. I consider anything .5 mm and smaller a micro gel. All the … Read More

Don’t Lose the Cap! (Ohto Capstick Review)

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I was a little hesitant to order this pen from JetPens as I have not heard many good reviews of Ohto fountain pens. But one thing that always attracted me to Ohto ballpoints is their tip size. You don’t often find many ballpoints smaller than .7mm. So I order the Ohto Capstick a nice .5mm pocket pen. Build & Comfort … Read More

My first Rotring

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  Rotring is one of those companies that has a unique style and if you don’t go in like a true pen addict chances you are not aware of them, their prices can be high and sometimes getting their pens can be a good ebay hunt. Up until now I have not made the plunge into the Rotring world. I … Read More