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Pens from out of this world - Celebrating Mars Rover Landing!

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Pens from out of this world - Celebrating Mars Rover Landing!

        Hello to all you pen friends, wherever you may be in the world, I hope you are doing well! Recently we got some exciting news that the Perseverance rover landed safely on Mars and was even able to send back video and audio recordings of the mysterious "Red Planet". This really is groundbreaking milestone in the history of space exploration and should be celebrated correctly, and what other way to celebrate than with some space themed stationery items? Let's take a look at perhaps the most obviously themed items that actually are not fountain pens, I speak...

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    Hey everyone, it's Kyle and in this Valentine's Day themed blog I'm going to be going over some of my favorite items that fall into the lovely Valentine's day color scheme. There isn't necessarily one direction or price range I want to go with but I'll try my best to include something for every price range to get you in the giving spirit. I always liked Valentine's Day and the colors, hearts, decorations and now that I have a hobby in which I can express that through creative writing, colorful inks and fun things that I can theme, I find I enjoy holidays even more. Also, every good Valentine's...

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Which Waterman Pen Suits You Best?

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Which Waterman Pen Suits You Best?

Lewis Edson Waterman was about to close a big sale with a client. However, his fountain pen leaked. The leaky pen cost him the deal. Determined to create a superior product, Waterman developed a new feed system called the three fissure feed system to prevent ink from oozing from the pen all at once. This invention led him to design his own pen known as The Regular, which he patented in New York in 1884. That same year, the Ideal Pen Company was born. Over the next several years, Waterman continued to improve his pen’s design and functionality, introducing the...

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I'm a beginner with rollerball pens. What issues might I encounter along the way?

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I'm a beginner with rollerball pens. What issues might I encounter along the way?

If you have been a ballpoint pen user and you’re just switching over to a rollerball pen, you’ll probably be amazed at how much easier it is to write and how smoothly you can glide across the paper with your new pen. But before you go too far, there are some things you should know that will make your rollerball pen writing experience even better. Read on to learn from rollerball pen aficionados about the “finer points” (see what we did there?) of rollerball pen protocol. Ethan Taub Ethan Taub, CEO of Goalry and Loanry. There are big issues when...

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Are You Using the Right Type of Pen?

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Are You Using the Right Type of Pen?

Despite the prevalence of digital devices and communication, the most common everyday writing tool is still a pen. The advent of these writing implements dates back to ancient civilizations in Egypt several millennia ago where people used thin reed brushes or pens to write on scrolls of papyrus. Over the next several thousand years, pens changed from these crude writing implements to complex writing tools. (Pixabay / Pexels) Modern pens come in many unique shapes, sizes and styles. However, the most significant differences between the types of pens lie in the pen’s tip and ink delivery method. These two variables determine...

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