A lot of fountain pen changes this past week.
My Visconti Homo Sapien ran out of Montblanc Psychedelic Purple. I decided not to refill it so that other pens get their chance.
Also, the Kaweco Brass Sport ran out of ink as the week ended. I decided not to re-ink it. I realized that I use my pocket pen more if it has black ink. I don’t have any more black short international cartridges; if I did have one, then I’d probably just pop in another one. As it is, I will clean it out and use my Kaweco AL Sport with a Diamine Cult Pens Deep Dark Brown cartridge in its place.
If finally got around to cleaning the Lamy 2000, which is why it’s in the picture.
The Sailor Pro gear KOP is running low on Athena Sepia and should go empty soon. The Montblanc has a large capacity and is still going strong. I averaged two A5 pages per day in my Seven Seas Writer and wrote at least that many pages using my Doane Paper Writing tablet during the week. That’s in addition to the usual work notes, checklists and doodles.
I’ve been cleaning out a dozen years of accumulation around my apartment as I’ll be moving later this year. I finally uncovered my boxes of notebooks and can no longer ignore them or my pens.
So I have a few low-cost boxes of paper products available and a fountain pen giveaway. If you missed them, the paper is at:
The Karas Pen Decograph giveaway is here. Entries close at noon (eastern US time) on March 16th.
I’ll also be selling off some pens. I’ve started with a few groups of inexpensive pens. These pens are listed here.
PSA – Stolen Fountain Pens: help-stefano — Visconti Dave // A lot of pens were stolen from a pen shop in Rome. Many limited editions which would be easy to identify. A preponderance of Vistonti, but some other brands in there too.
The Parker Harlequin | Goodwriterspens’s Blog – I love the look of this pen.
Visconti Divina Proporzione | Fountain Pen Review // My two Visconti fountain pens have been great, but it’s stories like these that give me pause about the brand.
There are more pen show reports…
So what happens now? Another pen show, another haul. | Fountain pen blog // Pen shows aren’t U.S. only.
I always like seeing what people actually use: