Category: review

ASA Maya Teal – from here to eternity!

Teal is a reserved, introverted, even intuitive colour. It is also a tad bit unconventional; though it is cautious, as opposed to one that is impulsive and does not go for unnecessary, uncalled for adventures. The colour has a shade of the artistic in it, is creative and open minded,

 

Unboxing the Opus 88 Fantasia

For the uninitiated, the name Michael Hsu is not one that will ring a bell. But read on, for he is one who has, over the last three decades, almost single handed put a Nation on the global map of fine writing instruments. Yes, we are talking of Taiwan and,

 

Unboxing the Moonman Wancai Mini

The world of fountain lovers who are “out of the closet” is a small one. Here, most aficionados know each other, as do the companies and other service providers catering to their inky whims. We follow the influencers, like, comment and share their blog posts, shower insane smileys on their

 

The Platinum Preppy – prim, proper and preppy!

The Platinum Preppy is a contradiction of sorts. Preppy (literally a pupil of an expensive prep school, the emphasis being on the neatness of their dresses, not necessarily in proportion with their content) and Platinum (the material and the fountain pen maker – known for their consistent adherence to quality,