Category Archives: Pilot Bamboo

review: teNeues cool notes – tested with 18 inks

This review has been in the pipeline for a while. I had the luck of winning this teNeues cool notes notebook in one of teNeues Twitter give-aways a couple of months ago – thank you teNeues – and was very … Continue reading

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leuchtturm 1917 – review of a pleasant aquaintance

Intro (mostly whining about the poor, poor, poor Swedish pen/paper/ink market) As most people who like to write and are conscious about which pens they write with – I’m on a perpetual hunt for a real good notebook. I find … Continue reading

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