Monday, October 6th, 2008

The Return of Biffybeans: ePure Review

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Biffybeans, the “Ex Metalhead turned Artsy Metaphysical Hippie Chick” from the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania, returns to give us her thoughts about the much talked about Rhodia ePure Journal. As we’ve mentioned before, Biffybeans is a percussionist and her choice of instruments are Djembe, doumbek, shekere and for that matter, “anything I can get my hands on.” She also an avid user of fountain pens, and often have something to say about a new pen, journal or brand of ink. So writing about ePure comes out naturally:

“Paper is SMOOTH, but isn’t as “shiny” as typical Rhodia paper. Made very single fountain pen tested feel like an ultra smooth writer. Ink appears to dry quickly”
Read the full review here.


2 thoughts on “The Return of Biffybeans: ePure Review

  1. Hey – that’s my hand! :o)

    I just wanted to re-emphasize how smooth this paper is. How smooth is it? It almost made me keep my problematic Lamy 2000 after I doodled with it on the ePure. I was thinking, “now that’s how it’s SUPPOSED to write.” (I still ended up selling it)

    I really got the feeling that the ePure would be a great journal for sketching or drawing with markers. (AND writing with a fountain pen.)

  2. Hey – that’s my hand! :o)

    I just wanted to re-emphasize how smooth this paper is. How smooth is it? It almost made me keep my problematic Lamy 2000 after I doodled with it on the ePure. I was thinking, “now that’s how it’s SUPPOSED to write.” (I still ended up selling it)

    I really got the feeling that the ePure would be a great journal for sketching or drawing with markers. (AND writing with a fountain pen.)

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