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December 17, 2018

The World's 100 Best Pens

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New York magazine did the deepest dive ever into the world of pens in order to bring us detailed reviews of each and every one of their top 100.

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If you're a pen fanatic like Flautist and me you're gonna be in heaven, reading about your favorites, seeing where they're ranked, and learning about great pens you never knew existed.

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I read every word of every review and loved every minute of every hour I spent doing so.

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A few of my new favorites appear above and below.

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Can't wait till they arrive so I can try them out.

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One interesting takeaway: quality is unrelated to price.

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Fair warning: there goes the rest of the year.

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[via Crack Research Team©® Correspondent Richard Kashdan, laboring ceaselessly in the Elysian Fields of San Francisco to bring us great stuff]

December 17, 2018 at 10:01 AM | Permalink


Comments

You need to go to jetpens.com to feed your habit. They have a very wide selection (particularly of Japanese pens) and the prices aren't bad at all.

Posted by: Tracey Davidson | Dec 19, 2018 4:07:35 PM

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