Looking for new highlighters? Zebra’s Mildliners might be worth checking out. These pens come in a wide range of colours and are double sided.
Pilot Iroshizuku Konpeki is a well loved and popular ink which you probably have heard of already if you are in the pen community. Here are my two cents.
An affordable piston filler fountain pen is hard to find, especially ones that write well and are of good quality. Does the TWSBI Eco make a great beginner fountain pen for those looking to expand their pen collection?
Muji is pretty well known for their minimalist style and their stationery appears often on Instagram and Tumblr. But how does the pen write and is it worth the hype?
Pilot Iroshizuku inks are one of the favourites among fountain pen users and for good reason. If these are within your budget, they are great inks that behave well and have some interesting colours. Tsukiyo is no exception.
J. Herbin Perle Noire translates to black pearl and the ink colour reflects its name as it is a saturated and dark black. The ink also behaves fairly well and is on the wet side, making it a black ink that I quite enjoy using in my fountain pens.
I’ve had Marine for a while and it’s about time for me to review one of my favourite inks from Diamine. I love this vibrant, saturated turquoise when I want something interesting and behaves well in my fountain pens.
The Jinhao x450 is a very affordable fountain pen. It has a decent build and it seems like it should be a no-brainer to pick up, but how does the nib write? Is it too good to be true?