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On My Desk 5-2022

05/27/2022

On my desk today are two fountain pens, two gel pens, one mechanical pencil and various other tools. It isn’t exactly a lean kit, but neither is it excessive. The A5 journal is one of four currently in use. The others include an A6 loose leaf, a Traveler’s 019, and a Traveler’s 013. A large box of washi tape is always nearby.

Which tools have the honor of gracing your desk at the moment?

10 comments

  1. The Fiskars razor knife seems out of place

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    • True. It isn’t a pretty thing but it does get frequent use. Perhaps it should be decorated with washi to improve its aesthetics. It still wouldn’t be competition for a pen, but it would be less ORANGE.

      What’s on your desk?

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      • Hmmm 4 journals (one for doodling), 6 pens (all fountain), keyboard, mouse dust, scrap paper and a pile of books for research. It’s really a mess

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  2. A 1929 big red parker duofold extra fine. (Main pen)
    C. 1960’s Schaeffer PFM (empty at the moment for when I get bored with the duofold I switch back and forth)

    Blackwing 602

    A c. 1930 mont blanc that needs major service.
    Various unlabeled partial bottles of blue-black ink. Various brands all decanted into Schaeffer bottle with the ink well that I have saved.
    A lined top spiral notebook. I am left handed.
    And that might be it if stuff of I use regularly.

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    • That Parker is almost 100 years old and is still going strong? What a testament to the brand!

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      • It’s been serviced. I bought it when I realized i wanted an extra fine nib and i ama sucker for a big red. This is a duofold senior. A little scratchier than I would lime, being extra fine, and occasionally it drops a blob if ink. But it is my go to,

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        • EFs can be scratchy but are less so with a light touch. You’ve worked out your differences so that isn’t an issue for you. IME servicing is a given for pens that are that old but it does extend the useful life. Congrats on finding such a perfect mate!

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