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Discussion in 'Pens, Pencils, Notebooks, and Notebook Covers' started by Mumbojumboo, May 3, 2012.
I'll play... Brass investigator:
In camp carry, not a big fan of tactical pens bit too bulky.
Field carry, bullet pen has survived Iraq once and Afghanistan twice quite attached to that wee pen now.
Pilot G2 0.7:
I'm still looking for a pen that I like, but here's my pencil, flash drive and notebook. If anyone has a pen suggestion keeping with the black and yellow theme, please share!
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It's a little pricey, but there was a limited edition yellow Lamy Safari made with a black clip (and black nib for the fountain pen).
For the same price you could probably get the charcoal black one and a yellow one and frankenstein them together.
Here is mine. I choose which one to use every day. Lol
Sent from inside my bag
Looked up the yellow one. I like the style! As much as I love fountains, I would probably get a normal one. I'm lefthanded and fountains don't usually agree with me! I will have to see if I can find one and match up the colours.
I think they just have it in for lefty's.
The lammy dialog 3 looks BEAUTIFUL omg and the moving clip and all but at $300 that's a pretty penny
The frog approves
Love that Ranga. New mission for me now.
I have been obsessed by Ranga's and ebonite in general. That one is a number 2 in black ebonite with bakul finish and a fine nib. The nib smoothed out nicely with just a little effort. A very nice writer and only $17.99 plus a three week wait while it made it's way from India
I carry the Zebra F-701 daily, didn't know about the Fisher refills gonna have to give that a try.
The Mont Blanc Starwalker is only for special occasions, it is a Fathers day gift from 5 years ago.
From da iPad-Tapatalk HD
It's either a Fisher Space pen or a recently a Parker Jotter.
This is my Pen rotation in its current form
I have a Long/Short pen in my pants pocket or shirt pocket at all times it changes week to week but I always have one of these little guys on me.
On days when I have class, I carry 3 pelikans; an extra fine,an extra extra fine and a fine cursive italic nib.This line up is pretty consistent but sometimes I like to switch it up with.....
Any of these pens. The Sheaffer 500 and Snorkel are new additions supplanting my grandfathers p51 as the vintage pen(s) in my rotation. Rounding up my rotation we have a parker25 and my first fountain pen a pilot 78g (which has recently been outfitted with a stub nib).
A picture of all the pens I use or rotate in my daily carry. My current goal is to add some more vintage pens, some more premium pens and more stub/cursive nibs into this rotation.
Very nice. I am trying to talk myself out of ordering a Pilot Falcon Elabo (metal) and a Nakaya Naka-ai in Kuro Tamenuri (or a dorsal fin...)
Two lovely pens, I mean if you hate kittens and puppies and all things pure and good in this world you could TOTALLY do without either of those.
I know exactly what you mean. I am like a man obsessed when it comes to that Nakaya... Hoo boy. It's come to wondering if I can get the Naka-ai with a dorsal fin...
I just picked up this black Lamy Swift at Paradise Pen Company yesterday. I had not been in that store for years and was drooling within 2 minutes. The prices for some of the pens there just blew me away. I've replaced my Retro 51 stealth Tornado with the the Swift. The Tornado is OK, but I wasn't overly impressed with it. I like the Lamy. My next purchase will be Lamy Safari in charcoal . Here are 2 photos of my new Swift:
I love the idea of the retractable pocket clip.
There was a very expensive Salvatore Dali commemorative pen on display (I think it was by Visconti; I know they make several), but this one was displayed on its own; the price tag read $4950. Yikes!
I researched the Swift the other week and found out its design is from 20 years ago. That's good design.
The Ti cap is prettier but the nubby-tip is very useful.