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Discussion in 'Pens, Pencils, Notebooks, and Notebook Covers' started by Mumbojumboo, May 3, 2012.
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I just got this and love it.
Can you name them pls?
Interesting the first one from the left.
I think I'd love that too. But I also believe I'd never pay that kind of money for a pen....
But I thought it would go with these two?
Oh, and these
Thought them interesting too. Guessing the small one is the Fellhoelter TiNyBolt.
From left to right...
Fellhoelter Mini (TAD version)
Maxmadco Alum bolt action
Tactile Turn Shaker (Tactile Turn makes amazing pens)
Tactile Turn Gist (all titanium fountain pen, truly amazing pen)
Indeed it is. Expensive but really nice.
Thank you! Some of these pens are difficult to get in UK...
Pens by stu46, on Flickr
Tactile Turn Mover w/G2
Fellhoelter Ti Bolt w/Itoya
Maxmadco Ti w/EasyFlow
Hinderer Investigator Copper w/Fisher
Efficient Supply Co. Checklist Notebook
My current EDC writing instruments are a Ti pencil from Big i design and a couple of Waterman ballpoints.
The pencil is great to use except that the lead keeps breaking; I will have to see if a different variety is stronger. The pens were two airline freebies that I ignored at first but they turned out to be very nicely balanced and a pleasure to use. Each lives in a Leuchterm holder on the side of a Moleskine (diary = pencil; work & personal notebooks = pens).
New addition to my writing collection, Karas Kustoms EDK:
I just ordered this Matthew Martin Mokume/Zirconium clicky 375 pen.
Looks like matthew is using the clicky mechanism from the clicky pen guy instead of schmidt? Love his pens but I couldn't write with his grip area.. I did try.
Cheap and cheerful. I've only just made the one-step-above-disposable-pens tier and pretty much still figuring out what qualities I look for in pens. Parkers and Pilots will keep me happy for a while.
Retro 1951 Hexomatic, Maxmadco ti and Fisher CapOMatic. The Hexomatic has a Schmidt easyflow cartridge, the Maxmadco an Itoya gel and the Fisher a fine point Fisher cartridge.
I use the Fisher for out-and-about usage the most as its the lightest, cheapest and would cause the least heartache if lost.
The maxmadco is a creation of beauty that satisfies my titanium fetish