Posts Tagged ‘fountain pen’

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From Evil Malware To Pens And Inks

08/02/2015

From healthy eating to safe computer use, this group of articles should improve your life. In addition, there is a luscious pen and ink photo should you like a little eye candy to top things off.

Macy needed her beauty rest after an adventurous day.

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TWSBI ECO Now Available

07/14/2015

This is not a recommendation for TWSBI products, but if you were waiting to weigh in with an entry-level model, the new ECO might be for you. There has been discussion about it for months and it finally became available today. I will say that the price of $28.99 for a 1.1 stub is very reasonable. There are no reviews yet so you are on your own. Interested?

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A Few Links Plus A Warning

06/21/2015

Well, this certainly is a mixed up bunch of links. The last one isn’t intended as a political statement, but it is a warning to watch what you write in online comments. Not that any of you would write something that would draw scrutiny. However, Big Brother is watching and discretion applies…

 

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Pen And Ink Links Plus A Few Others

03/15/2015

Half of these links are pen related. Two are just plain cool. You be the judge of whether the remaining two might have been better worthy of soapbox rants…

Gardening Tip From ChadwickS

 

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Starting The Week With Pen And Paper Links

02/01/2015

This was a pen and paper week both online and at my desk…

Modern Flex Nibs in Gold

From left to right, Platinum #3776 Century Fine Flex (FF), Pilot Custom 742 Falcon (FA), and a Namiki Falcon Soft Fine (SF).

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The Conklin Duragraph Fountain Pen

01/18/2015

My Conklin Duragraph has been the focus of several conversations the past few days so instead of writing a full review, here are a few comments and some images that say all there is to say about this well-priced, attractive and sweet-writing pen.

  • Attractive and well constructed especially at the price point.
  • Nicely balanced and long enough to not need posting.
  • Diameter at the section is very comfortable.
  • Cartridge or converter for easy maintenance.
  • Silver-colored steel stub nib is 1.1mm and smooth with good flow.
  • Good value for money at under $45 from several retailers.

Reviews From The Pen Cup and The Well-Appointed Desk sold me on the Duragraph and I’m so glad they did.

Caveat: I am still working to improve the photos taken with my phone. The colors are off in places and the clarity imperfect, but you can get the general idea regardless.

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Orange As An Antidote

01/07/2015

To counter the gray day, color invaded my desk.

What perks up your day?

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