This pen sent to me by
La Couronne du Comte. You can use the code BROWN10 for 10% off your purchase, but that excludes Montblanc. This beautiful pen is made in England, out of Italian acrylic.
Length (capped): 139.5 mm/5.49″
Length (uncapped): 123.3 mm/4.86″
Length (posted): 175.9 mm/6.93″
Diameter (barrel): 11.3 – 14.3 mm/0.45″ – 0.56″
Diameter (section): 8.9 – 10.7 mm/0.35″ – 0.42″
Weight (all): 24 g
Weight (cap): 14 g
Weight (body): 10 g
This knife was kindly sent to me by my friends at
Knives and Tools. An interesting, larger folding hunting knife with rosewood scales, made in Italy, and it’s quite affordable too!
This pen was kindly sent to me by BENU and it can be bought
Length (capped): 141.36 mm/5.56″
Length (uncapped): 125.06 mm/4.92″
Length (posted): 166.03 mm/6.53″
Length (section): 21.55 mm/0.84″
Diameter (barrel): 13.79 – 15.72 mm/0.54″ – 0.61″
Diameter (section): 9.79 – 11.18 mm/0.38″ – 0.44″
Weight (all): 25 g
Weight (cap): 10 g
Weight (body): 15 g
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My friend Haemish McNagg disassembles the Kaweco Dia2 for you. As always, disassemble pens at your own risk.
This pen showed up in a drawer here. Nobody knows where it came from or how long it has been there, but it looks like it’s been a very long time… Still, as an interesting piece of history, I felt it should be shown here. Given the simplicity of the pen, I decided to only upload a picture of the writing sample.
Length (capped): 137.1 mm/5.40″
Length (uncapped): 124.5 mm/4.90″
Length (posted): 161.8 mm/6.37″
Diameter (barrel): 9.3 – 9.7 mm/0.37″ – 0.38″
Diameter (section): 8.7 – 9.2 mm/0.34″ – 0.36″
Weight (all): 7 g
Weight (cap): 2 g
Weight (body): 5 g