Monday, October 1st, 2012

Yellow pen, Blue pen, Red Pen, Black Pen

Stephanie

I for one, am always on the look out for a pen/ink that satisfies my writing needs. I want the ink to be free flowing, non-skipping, quick drying and easily accessible/replaceable. And the pen itself? I want it to feel good in my hand, perfectly balanced whether or not I post the cap. I want the grip to be comfortable between my fingers, a cap that posts securely and a clip that doesn’t come loose.

With my 6 Lamy Safari fountain pens, I do find myself reaching for certain colors more often than others. The red and yellow are probably my favorite.

How about you? Which features are most important on your favorite writing instruments?

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2 thoughts on “Yellow pen, Blue pen, Red Pen, Black Pen

  1. Actually I think the color of the ink is more important to me than the pen. For instance, I love J Herbin Orange Indien in my black Lamy Safari and Lierre Sauvage in my red Lamy All Star. I agree with you on posting the cap – my Cross Aventura doesn’t post well and it drives me nuts….I am thinking of selling it for that reason, among others. I like broad nibs too.

  2. Actually I think the color of the ink is more important to me than the pen. For instance, I love J Herbin Orange Indien in my black Lamy Safari and Lierre Sauvage in my red Lamy All Star. I agree with you on posting the cap – my Cross Aventura doesn’t post well and it drives me nuts….I am thinking of selling it for that reason, among others. I like broad nibs too.

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