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  1. From the album: First look

    All of these were delivered by DHL to my doorstep in Australia, less than seven days after placement and payment of their respective orders, which — including other items not shown here — were individually eligible for (this grade of) free shipping. Well done, Cult Pens! 👍

    © A Smug Dill

  2. Endless Pens is offering the Lamy Imporium fountain pen Rose Gold special edition (with 14K gold Extra Fine, Fine or Medium nib) for US$275, which qualifies for free shipping of the order even if that's the only item on it. It was listed at US$360 just a few days ago, when Drop.com (né Massdrop) was offering it for US$308 (plus shipping).
  3. As it does from time to time, Rakuten Global Market is running another free international shipping promotion campaign, effective now until 22 March 2019 09:59 (Japan Standard Time). Australia and NZ are sadly not included (as usual), but UK, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, South Korea, Mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, Canada, USA and Russia are in scope. Minimum spend on a single order to qualify is ¥12,000 from a single shop that is on a somewhat limited list of participating shops; retailers of fountain pens and inks of interest are even fewer. I know AT-N Nagasaka and Nagasawa Stationery Center (of Kobe Ink Story fame) are among them, however. (Edit: Oh, and there is also Pen Gallery Hogado.) I've bought from both of those shops on Rakuten in the past, and the products I ordered were delivered just fine without incident. Now, I'm not really a fan of Nagasawa as a retailer myself, but I'm quite happy with the service I got from AT-N. Those of you in the UK and North America who may be interested in getting Japanese domestic market fountain pen models and inks could well benefit from this opportunity, in a way that I cannot.
  4. This weekend- shop small (store), and save big! Federalist Pens Black Friday/Small Bizz/Cyber Monday Sale! Now thru Cyber Monday- save 25% (or more) Store Wide! Spend $50 or more, and save 25% off at Checkout! (Automatic Savings- no Coupon Code Needed) Offer good on both regular, and sale priced items! There's more! Enjoy FREE US SHIPPING all weekend on this offer! Don't forget you get a FREE Platinum Preppy Pen on this Deal! Thank You for Your Business! Happy Thanksgiving! Regards, Frank Federalist Pens 866-746-4900 www.federalistpensonline.com
  5. Tomorrow- 1/23/17 is National Handwriting Day! We will offer FREE US Shipping on all orders of $10 or more! (Normally, we require $99 minimum for free shipping- waived) From Midnight (in one hour!), till Midnight Tuesday- save as much as $40 on shipping! (USPS Medium Box Priority Flat Rate) Shop Now! Frank Federalist Pens
  6. phillieskjk

    Jetpens Chibi 2 Review

    The Jetpens Chibi 2 is the second iteration of the pen marketplace’s homegrown fountain pen. It features a steel nib, a colorless demonstrator body, and a cartridge convertor filling system. The Chibi 2 retails for $2.99, and is available only at Jetpens. ​A view of the nib of Chibi.​​ First Impressions (6/10) I bought this pen to push me over the free shipping limit on my Jetpens order, and I actually forgot that I had ordered it until it arrived. It is an unassuming pen, pretty much the definition of a “pocket pen”, and I set it aside for later. The pen came with a black ink cartridge in the barrel, which is always nice. The capped Chibi​​Appearance (7/10) The demonstrator pen is decently attractive for what it is, but it couldn’t compete with the likes of a TWISBI or a Pelikan demonstrator. The pen has a clear feed, so you can see the ink flow into it. The nib is small and steel, marked with “Iridium Point Germany.” The pen has a rounded, clear plastic clip with “Jetpens” written on it. The Chibi Posted Design/Size/Weight (10/10) Jetpens really nailed this in my opinion. In the second iteration of the Chibi, they were able to pin down exactly what a “pocket pen” should be. The pen is small, (3 7/8 inches uncapped, 4 1/2 inches capped, 5 3/8 inches posted) but easily usable when posted, and is so light you don’t even notice that you have something in your pocket. It is cheap enough to take anywhere, and feels sturdy enough to be taken anywhere. The barrel and section of the Chibi, separated. Nib (8/10) The nib is a fairly standard steel nib. The nib is marketed as Fine by Jetpens, but I found mine to be a little bit on the wide side, a barely noticeable amount wider than my Pilot Vanishing Point M Nib. The nib is a teensy bit dry, but there is still ample ink flow, and the pen does not skip at all when writing quickly. The nib is mostly smooth, but you can feel some feedback now and then. It’s a nail, so don’t expect anything in the flex department. Filling System (N/A) It’s a cartridge. It works. You can’t fit any convertor I tried into it. Not much else to say here. Cost and Value (10/10) This pen is a great value at $2.99, especially if you need to reach that free shipping line like I did. It compares favorably to pens like the Pilot Petit and the Platinum Preppy, its two main competitors, and unlike them accepts international cartridges. If you need a pocket pen, or a cheap pen to keep in your glove compartment, this one fits the bill nicely. Conclusion (8/10) The pen is a great value, but it has some flaws. It isn’t going to turn any heads when you pull it out, for instance, and it won’t accept a convertor. Despite this, it’s a neat little pen that’s well worth the price, and I would recommend trying it out. If you hate it, you could always give it away to a newcomer to the Fountain Pen world, it’ll still be many times better than the best ball-point. (In my opinion, obviously not a fact, don’t mean to insult any ball-point fans out there). ​
  7. We have a limited stock of the 50 ml size of Private Reserve left and we are placing them all on sale. We also have some harder to find J. Herbin carts going on sale as well. Also, Free US Shipping on all orders over $35 for a limited time. We can deliver to Denver or Detroit as an option for you if you are going to those shows. Ink it Up! Brian & Lisa
  8. Just bought some good stuff at good prices w/ free shipping at Goulet. Found out about it by reading their newsletter. No affiliation just an admirer and customer!





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