In addition to their huge range of vibrant and colorful inks, Noodler's also offers a series of flexible nib fountain pens. The Ahab is on the lower end of the price range for this series, and one of the most popular options with consumers.
The Conklin Victory is the latest addition to a long line of fine writing tools dating back to the late 1800s. While most of their pens fall squarely in the "luxury" price range, the Victory has just hit the Goulet Pens catalog at the moderately entry level price of $40. Lets take a look and … Continue reading The Conklin Victory Fountain Pen Review
If you're a Bullet Journal enthusiasts, writer, or scrap-book maker, or just a notebook addict like me, you've probably used or currently use an A5 size notebook. A lot of the people in those categories care a lot about what book they use, weather it be the cover material, paper quality, printed page layout, and … Continue reading Lihit Lab Smart Fit Cover Review
Hello Readers! I have a review ready to go, but before that goes up I wanted to take a moment to thank Brad Dowdy and Myke Hurley of The Pen Addict Podcast. (They both do a lot more than just that podcast, but if you don't follow them already, that's a great place to start.) … Continue reading A Quick Thanks and a Little News
Pilot Metropolitan. TWSBI Eco. Lamy Safari. These are the staples of the “Entry Level” fountain pen market, and with good reason. The WRITink from Faber-Castell , fits the budget, but does it earn a place on that short list? This week I’m spending time with this new pen to answer that very question. One note … Continue reading The Faber-Castell WRITink Review
If you ask most fountain pen users for recommendations for a first-time user, the Lamy Safari is sure to come up close to the top of the list. With their 60+ year history of making fine writing instruments, it’s no surprise that Lamy has a pretty good grasp on what makes a good pen. … Continue reading The Lamy Safari Petrol Review
Recently, while cleansing myself of a long work week by cruising the pen and stationery section of my local Staples, I spotted a stack of Moleskine “Click Ball” Pens on the clearance rack. Well, if there are two things for which I am a sucker, its pens and clearance racks. Moleskine has a bit of … Continue reading Moleskine Click Ball Pen Review
Back in January, I visited the Los Angeles International Pen Show, saw the sights, met some friends, and spent some money. It is there where I met two gentlemen from Karas Kustoms, and came home with a shiny new Fountain K, a bold but minimally designed fountain pen made with tough and durable materials. Its … Continue reading Karas Kustoms Fountain K Review
“I love pens, but I’ll never be that guy that spends $100 on one.” – Me, about a year ago. I still fee like that guy, for the most part. I’ve gained a strong understanding and respect for the scope of pens available at every level of investment. Well, this year I got a bonus … Continue reading The Render K by Karas Kustoms
There comes a point in every pen enthusiast’s life when the built-in sleeves of a messenger bag just don’t cut it anymore. When that moment comes, NockCo is here for you. It started with a kick. Back in 2013, Brad Dowdy of The Pen Addict Podcast & Blog and Jeff Bruckwicki of Project of Seamster decided … Continue reading The Sinclair, by Nock Co.