Cheap As Chips

What makes a good pen? Well, it isn’t necessarily the price tag. Some of my favourite pens cost me less than £5. My Yongsheng 016, for example, is a lovely little pen – slim, pretty, metal-bodied, with a surprisingly good fine hooded nib and is a very good writer for the £2 and some pence that it cost. Of course, at that price, I have no qualms at all about filling it with shimmer or sheen inks, though just because it was cheap, does not make me value it less or treat it carelessly. Continue reading “Cheap As Chips”

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