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How to store your fountain pen

HOW TO STORE YOUR PEN The nib should remain writing point up when not in use. The ink will drain down into the converter or cartridge. This avoids drying or clogging of the nib.   Placing your pen into a pen case or pouch will protect the pen from being scratched, keeping the finish looking new.   When flying, store your pen with the writing point upright when not in use. Ensure that either a full cartridge or converter is inserted

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How to store your fountain pen

HOW TO STORE YOUR PEN The nib should remain writing point up when not in use. The ink will drain down into the converter or cartridge. This avoids drying or clogging of the nib.   Placing your pen into a pen case or pouch will protect the pen from being scratched, keeping the finish looking new.   When flying, store your pen with the writing point upright when not in use. Ensure that either a full cartridge or converter is inserted

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Different pen types, explained: which is best for you?

Different pen types, explained: which is best for you? WHEN SHOPPING FOR A CUSTOM PEN, THERE ARE THREE DIFFERENT STYLES YOU MIGHT CONSIDER: BALLPOINTS, ROLLERBALLS, AND FOUNTAIN PENS. Each category has its own benefits and limitations, which are outlined below. Ballpoint Pens are the most common style of pen thanks to their versatility and cost-effectiveness. Most “regular” pens use ballpoint technology, so you are almost certainly familiar with this style of writing. Due to their design and the ink typically used in ballpoints, these pens are capable of writing effectively on a variety of different mediums and paper types. Celebrated for reliability, versatility, and functionality, ballpoints offer the best bang for the buck for an easy-to-use writing instrument. Because of...

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