So, after quite some time, I am starting to realize I am not reaching for certain pens as often as before. Many of these pens were as much about discovering what I enjoyed and how they suited my needs, or didn't.
Anyway, I am writing and journaling a lot as of late and none of the pens are calling my name. Trust me, this is not a question of an excuse to buy or writer's block, etc. The truth is that a few of these pens, while excellent, were just not for me, and that's FINE.
So, I am about to purchase my first MB. This will be a "writer," and will stay at home for a very specific purpose.
I am trying to narrow it down to size vs heft and fatigue.
Some things to consider:
1) I never post, I mean, NEVER. (aesthetically-speaking, it doesn't work for me, and in the end, I have yet to use a pen that is balanced in a way I enjoy posting)
2) Most of my pens feel light. I hope this makes sense.
3) I tend to write for 1.5 hours a day and on the weekends, that number could jump to 3 or more, usually at two sittings.
So, I am interested in some feedback regarding both models and hand fatigue (hopefully un-posted)
At the end of the day, I am looking for the smoothest writer that feels good in the end. I know that sounds so simple and what everybody wants, but I guess I mean when I'm home, free of distractions, and it's just me and my thoughts.
I thank you all in advance for your time, attention, and willingness to share your experience and expertise.
Best ~ Jack
Edited by Behike54, 29 August 2016 - 18:38.