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  • Pens for New Writers

    The new school year is just around the corner and we’re sure you’re thinking about the important back to school stationery collection, excitedly wondering about new classes and perhaps worrying about your (*cough*… appalling) handwriting. Handwriting
    is so important, yet many people struggle. Problems ranging from poor finger placement and incorrect writing angle to serious medical issues can hinder writing ability. Whether you’re picking up your first pen in a while or buying a pen for…
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  • Father's Day Favourites

    Struggling with what to buy this Father's Day? With father's day just around the corner, and dads being invariably awkward to buy for, here at Pen Heaven we've put our heads together and tried to come up with the best gift's for whatever sort of man
    your dad is. The Outdoors Man This man loves to be out in the wilderness. He loves to hike, bike and camp his way across the countryside. Natural finishes and colours reminiscent of nature are the way to this man's heart. Featuring: 1. Lamy Accent…
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  • Back to Black

    Amidst the furore of seasonal brights, Pen Heaven present their jet black writing essentials to inject some dark and mysterious charm into your daily life. Classic and versatile, black exudes sophistication and complements any look. A staple colour for all seasons,
    and a must-have for pen addicts and stationery aficionados, the midnight shade most definitely should not be limited to your ink! Available in a selection of finishes from matt to metal, read on for our pick of magical noir pen necessities… Parker…
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  • Rollerball vs. Ballpoint Pens: A comparison

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    Ballpoint pens are very similar to rollerballs but there are several differences. Ink Ballpoint pens uses a thick oil-based ink, whilst rollerball pens use a water-based ink, more similar to the ink used in fountain pens. These two styles of ink
    act very differently to one another. We've highlighted the key difference below: Oil-based inks can be thick and sticky, which will sometimes leave blobs of ink on the page or be difficult to start writing after long breaks between uses Water-based…
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