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EDC writing instrument picture thread...

Discussion in 'Pens, Pencils, Notebooks, and Notebook Covers' started by Mumbojumboo, May 3, 2012.

  1. Stonerman33
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    Karas Kustoms EDK in Olive/copper.
    Nooga Leatherworks notebook wallet.


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  2. Moshe ben David

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    Really appreciate you taking the time to caption the photo -- and a very nice photo it is!

    L'chaim!

    Moshe ben David
     
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  3. Reidar Chr. L. Guttormsen

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    Found 3 'London' Parker Jotters that I could not pass up. Do not really know how much EDC time they will get tho'

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  4. hatchetjack

    hatchetjack EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    Parker Jotter


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  5. Reidar Chr. L. Guttormsen

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    Darnit! Just found out there is a Red one as well! Must...complete...set...aaaargh!
     
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    Brass Space pen[​IMG]


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    You know... I got a Jotter Special Edition London Architecture for Christmas and I really like it.
    Really surprised.. the chrome barrel seems to have more grip and is less slippery than the all
    stainless version. No idea if the "London Architecture" overlay will wear off with use
    but its interesting how these little changes in finish affect the lowly Jotter.

    Sadly I gave up on the blue Quinkflow refill and put an Easyflow in it.

    Are these "special edition" versions of the Jotter only supposed to be kept to collect or write with ?
     
  9. Moshe ben David

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    +1 on moving to the Easyflow refill!; you might someday also try a fine tip Fisher refill.

    wrt the 'special edition' Jotter (or any other pen) -- depends on whether you bought the pen for the pleasure of use, to gaze it in perpetual pristine form, or as perhaps an investment. You bought it; you own it, its yours! Enjoy!

    L'chaim!

    Moshe ben David
     
  10. Reidar Chr. L. Guttormsen

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    Well i like the two pinstripe models. But for now I only have to fulfill the Architecture quartet. To this end I have ordered the red one from german Amazon. Seems to have a better box than the three others...

    Do not think I will use them any time soon. They were aquired to be adored and I also am into fountain pens for actual writing these days (original rotring 600, Lamy Safari charcoal finish, Kaweco Liliput)


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    How do you like the Nooga notebook wallet I just ordered one yesterday?


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  12. Stonerman33
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    Love it. It is a bit on the thick side, but I bought it for just that reason. Doesn’t deform and take on the butt shape like some of my others. You’ll know it’s in your pocket, but it feels like it’ll be around forever.


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    This is my latest, and my first neck carry pen! [​IMG]

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    Good to know! Now I'm anxiously checking my emails to see if it's shipped


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  15. Reidar Chr. L. Guttormsen

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    My oh my, but those cats at DHL deliver fast. I have already completed the set. This one came in a fancier box but it was hard getting it out of the box. Felt clamped down

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    I took a look at the review in the link. Looks interesting. Wish the reviewer had discussed the refill in more detail. For me, the thing of it is with the Fisher refills -- I know the M is blobby; seems like the F isn't. I don't rely on them primarily because of writing under water or upside down etc. Although I often find myself writing holding my notebook or a paper against a wall.

    No, for me the major benefit is the Fisher refills simply do not start leaking in a hot car nor do they freeze up when in a car in sub-freezing weather. This is reliability that I value. Fisher seem to achieve this via two design strategies. (1) the ink is in a sealed, pressurized cartridge; and (2) the ink is thixotropic IIRC; so that it holds up in these temperature extremes.

    I could not tell from the review of the Pilot what they are doing. It did seem to mention Pilot are somehow achieving pressurization -- but then described the ink cartridge as open ended. Which does not compute.

    Enjoy your new pen for a long time and in good health! I for one will be interested in how it holds up particularly in extreme temperatures.

    L'chaim!

    Moshe ben David
     
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    Lamy safari fountain pen in charcoal with a fine nib and a clicky write in the rain pen not sure what it's actually called


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    Rite in the Rain All-Weather Black Metal Clicker Pen No. 97

    They also make:
    Rite in the Rain All-Weather Durable Clicker Pen No. 93 which has a rubberized plastic barrel.

    ATB,
    Sam