Friday, April 19, 2013
While the feeds of Lamy fountain pens aren't made to be removed as a regular part of their operation, it is possible to accidentally pull one out when swapping your nib. If you put the feed back in incorrectly, you can jam it in and make it nearly impossible to remove without damaging it. I made this video to help you safely replace your feed in your pen in case you should find yourself in this situation.
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Noodler's has recently released a new material for the Konrad Flex Pen, Acrylic Acetate. This is the same shiny, rich (non-smelly) resin that you're used to in many other much more expensive pens. Definitely a step up in the Noodler's line.
Sunday, April 7, 2013
It's hard for me to believe that you have seen my face (and hands!) over a million times now on YouTube, thank you so much for watching my videos! Podcasting is something I started later and I have a smaller but still loyal following. This video is purely just to thank you, and to give you some backstory about how and why I started doing videos.
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
I'm very pleased to announce the introduction of the Goulet #6 Stainless Steel nibs! Made by Jowo in Germany, these $15 stainless steel nibs are available in EF, F, M, B, 1.1, and 1.5 sizes, and have a sweet GP ink splatter logo on them. These nibs are ideal for converting your Noodler's Ahab or Konrad (and any other pen that holds a #6 nib) to a non-flexible pen with a good range of nib sizes.
Monday, April 1, 2013
Coveted as one of the pens with the largest ink capacity and unique filling systems, Edison's bulb filling pens have long been at the upper price range for most pen enthusiasts. Until now!