The whole gang. @montblanc 149, Palm Green and the nicely matched @onestarleather pen sleeve.

Weekly Loadout Submission - The Unroyal Warrant

Weekly Loadout Submission – The Unroyal Warrant

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Unroyal Warrant’s Loadout
The Unroyal Warrant

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 Description:

Left to right:
Pilot Custom 845 – M nib – R&K Cassia
Conway Stewart 58 – Duro Stub nib – R&K Alt-Goldgrün
OMAS Extra (1940s) – EF (?) nib  – Diamine Mediterranean Blue
Bayard 2000 – M (?) nib – Diamine Black Green
Montblanc 136 – OB nib…

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Masterstroke Pens “Airfoil” Click Pen - Hands-On and Kickstarter Launch

Airfoil Click Review
Masterstroke Pens
“Airfoil” Click Gel / Roller Pen

Grant over at Masterstroke pens got in touch with me and offered up an Airfoil Click for review. I reviewed his last Kickstarter project, the Airfoil Twist. He has definitely worked out the kinks with the Click. His project has just under a week to go on Kickstarter and the project has well surpassed its funding goal. See below for some…

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" Unreal Estate " by Tim Doyle

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Nice combo. @montblanc 149 and the new Writer’s Edition ink.

J. Herbin 1670 Stormy Grey
Fountain Pen Ink Review

PenLamy Al-Star, 1.1mm stub Nib
Ink: J. Herbin 1670 Stormy Grey
Paper: Kyokuto F.O.B. COOP – Dot Grid – B5

Notes: Ever since hearing about the ink a month or so ago, my excitement has been building. You can imagine how excited I was when I found out that Sunny from Exaclair was bringing a bottle to the DC Pen Show and that I could take a little bit home with me. With Stormy Grey, J. Herbin is adding a great new ink to their nicely-packaged, ever-popular 1670 ink series. The last one (the dark blue) had no signature sheen that Rouge Hematite (red ink with a gold sheen) was known for. I can happily say that they have re-introduced the sheen, and this one is the best yet. The dark grey ink has a wonderful, sparkly gold fleck in it that doesn’t jam the pen up at all. At extreme angles you can see that there is a ton of gold suspended in the ink and it looks awesome when laid down on the page with a broad, wet nib. There is no question that I will be picking up a bottle of this ink when it becomes available in October. Thank you Sunny for letting me snag some at the show!

Pros:

  • Super smooth
  • Gold doesn’t clog
  • Good flow
  • Great shade of grey
  • THE SHEEN!

Cons:

  • May clog up a pen if it is not properly maintained

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Weekly Loadout Submission - Paul J.

Weekly Loadout Submission – Paul J.

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Paul J’s Loadout

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Paul’s Description:

These are the pens that I am using for journalling and correspondence writing. In general, I choose inks that display some shading or have a sheen when dry. While this is not the case for all of the inks loaded, the first three are all good shaders.

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Thank you @clickypost for lending me this @pilotpenusa Falcon, so far so good!