Monday, May 21st, 2012

Julie’s Favorite: Webbie and a B2P

Stephanie

Our friend Julie sent us this image to be shared on our “Favorite Pens” photo page and speaking of which,  have you sent me a photo of your favorite pen yet?

“Right now my favorite pen is the Pilot B2P (Bottle 2 Pen). I’ve been using it with my journals now for about three months. I came across them by chance one day when buying supplies. They are made from recycled water bottles, and are refillable, so, I feel a little more earth friendly & minimalist when using them. They also write pretty smoothly. The B2P’s don’t have the sleek look of the metal or aluminum, but they have their own unique look. The cool thing is, no one else carries them at my job, so if i misplace my pen, it always finds its way back to me. Same with my notebook, because no one at my job rocks Rhodia Webnotebooks, either!”


8 thoughts on “Julie’s Favorite: Webbie and a B2P

  1. I’ll have to take a family portrait… my favorite pen depends on ink-style. I have a favorite ball point that rocks as a general use, can-do pen (Uni Lakubo), a favorite roller ball that I love to use (Rotring Tikky Rollerpoint), and a favorite fountain pen (Noodler’s Ahab)that pleases as punch does.

    I like the picture with this entry–don’t know if the matching angles of pen and mountainside were intentional, but it certainly looks cool.

  2. I’ll have to take a family portrait… my favorite pen depends on ink-style. I have a favorite ball point that rocks as a general use, can-do pen (Uni Lakubo), a favorite roller ball that I love to use (Rotring Tikky Rollerpoint), and a favorite fountain pen (Noodler’s Ahab)that pleases as punch does.

    I like the picture with this entry–don’t know if the matching angles of pen and mountainside were intentional, but it certainly looks cool.

  3. I quite like the B2P to write with and the feel very comfortable. I’m not sure if I like them more with or without the label.

    I just wish they were a bit cheaper.

  4. I quite like the B2P to write with and the feel very comfortable. I’m not sure if I like them more with or without the label.

    I just wish they were a bit cheaper.

  5. What a great picture! We gave out B2P pens as a part of an Earth Day reminder at my church and everyone seemed so surprised that you can make pens out of water bottles. I wish more pens were able to be recycled.

  6. What a great picture! We gave out B2P pens as a part of an Earth Day reminder at my church and everyone seemed so surprised that you can make pens out of water bottles. I wish more pens were able to be recycled.

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