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Discussion in 'Pens, Pencils, Notebooks, and Notebook Covers' started by turan tactical, May 1, 2010.
Can that be done with a Bic lighter or do you need a pencil torch? Also, any surface prep needed?
Fisher space pen! Everyday along with a handy sharpie!
This past weekend... I lost this pen =(
I am really liking my phx-pen.
A blue ball point clicky bic!
What keyring is that? I love the way it looks! Looks like a crescent moon
It's a cheap copy of a Mercedes keyring from a while back.
I really like the size, weight and easy access to any of the tools I want to take off.
Cant provide a link, couldnt find one. Sorry
Unfortunately, "Yeees." =( Big un-smiley face. I was so, so bummed. I used that thing, no shelf trophy queen pen there - there were scratches all up and down the resin and gold-plating. I bent the clip out on accident, and then bent it back with some leverage set beneath. Used it to death, figured I'd have it my whole life...then, *poof* gone at a local Starbucks. Whoever picked it up probably has NO idea what it is, capable of, or how to use it...
It's always hard to loose something, especially if it has a story to tell or if it's important for oneself.
Exactly. Would rather have lost my Ti Embassy pen =( Which, by the way, is picking up a nice set of character scratches. Love it too, in its way.
How do you heat color it like that? I would like to do that to both my pen and pencil.
How do you color it?
Just get it stripped down and go at it with a blow torch or other high heat source. Its just trial and error getting the colors you like.
Old and New meet for the first time.
Fisher Military and Surefire EWP-01
-The fisher got me through two years of graduate school with its rugged simplicity.
-Surefire EWP-01 is quickly becoming my new favorite.
I have recently changed up my carry. My current pocket pens are a Cross C-Series and a Waterford Marquis Claria.
I used to carry the Claria in my bag. Now it's place has been taken by a Cross Edge.
I'm not sure if the Claria will stay in my pocket or not. It displaced a Parker Sonnet. I prefer the look of the Claria, but the Sonnet is a great practical writing instrument.
Been using it for a couple years now and love it.
(sorry, not my pic... one day I need to take my own)
It is a leather case that I got a Blick , An art store in Boston I had to modify the right side to accommodate the notebook and larger stuff there are a bunch of sizes and can be found here:
Just got this Parker Urban:
I use a Uni Super Ink micro every single day. I write small so the micro tip is perfect and it doesn't smear. I used to be religious about only using a Zebra F-301 in my Moleskines but it doesn't write as dark as the Uni. Still have the F-301s around but they don't get much use any more