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Best Gift For Your Dad This Father's Day

Father's day is coming up and you're still wondering how your dad always manages to gift you exactly what you needed or bring something you instantly fall in love with? But when it's your turn to bring him something, you scratch your head off to come up with his possible wishlist or anything unique. Let me give you a hand with that.      Watches, wallets, perfumes, shirts, are things that pop up first in anybody's mind and of course are nice choices but are clichés that your dad has already or you've gifted him those earlier. Dad's gift has to be something useful, durable yet uncommon. And checking off all those I came up with fountain pens!    ...

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About Foutain Pens

Fountain pens may seem downright intimidating and mysterious at first, but I assure you they are so much more fun than you think. Yes, they are different from regular ball pens or gel pens, but that's what makes fountain pens so unique and special. I’m quite sure you’ll love it. How do you even ignore such a classy creation? Not to mention the smooth writing and arrays of inks you can try out. Don't worry if you personally don't know a fountain pen addict, you always have the internet to guide you through. You may be wondering are hard to use? No, they are not hard to use, but there are quite a few things that you have to know...

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Pilot Kakuno Fountain Pen Review

Pilot Kakuno is something that will certainly catch you off guard by its performance. Kid-friendly, inexpensive, and creative design. Among the best entry-level fountain pens alongside Pilot Metropolitan and Lamy Safari.   Kakuno comes in clear plastic packaging. Along with the pen, there is an instruction manual and a cartridge. If you want to use bottled ink, you’ll have to buy a converter separately. The instruction has a playful design and is quite easy to understand. Kakunos are available in various colors: dark grey body with translucent grip section, nib engraved in a cute smiley face, and caps that are in the color red, lime green, blue or grey cap. Kakuno with a white body has a clear grip section, a...

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Women And Fountain Pens

If you’re a woman and you love fountain pens then I’m quite sure you’ve realized the rarity of finding a woman with the same passion for pens. But has it always been like this? Coming to know about a little history, women used to love fountain pens during the early 1900s, so much so that they even wore fountains around their neck! But even then fountain pens were somewhat associated to be a 'Man's thing'. I remember coming across this fountain pen ad of the mid-1900s once, which targets the women folks and says “Christmas present hint for women!”. Implying that men admire quality fountain pens. That got me thinking, does liking fountain pens has something to do with masculinity?...

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Pilot Sponsored the Biggest Handwriting Competition in Bangladesh

Pilot Handwriting Competition. Sponsored by Pilot. Organized by Fountain Pens Bangladesh. The biggest arena in Bangladesh for anyone to showcase their wonderful talent of handwriting.  Pilot is known to be the greatest Japanese pen manufacturer. Pilot Pen Corporation founded in 1918 and since has walked its way up to be among the top pen and stationery brands in the world. The company now has its branches all over the globe. Pilot is well known for products that are innovative, high quality, and reliable. It keeps in mind its customer’s need for pens that are comfortable for regular use, as well as their desire to have pens that speaks of elegance and class. Some of their unique creation include Pilot Capless(...

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