The Complete Guide to Cross Fountain Pens

The Complete Guide to Cross Fountain Pens

The A.T. Cross Company was established in 1846, and they’ve been known for their solid craftsmanship ever since then. First a small family company in Rhode Island, Cross now sells its pens in over 140 countries. What makes them so unique is their lifetime mechanical warranty. If something goes wrong with your Cross pen, you can ship it back to them, and they repair it for free.

Every Cross writing instrument goes through a strict quality control cycle. All Cross pens are inspected 120 times across every production stage to ensure that they are made perfectly. Plus, before Cross uses any new finish, they test it for 100 hours to ensure it won’t corrode and that the color will last. On top of all of that, they complete nine drop tests to make sure a simple fall won’t break the pen.

While Cross makes all different kinds of pens, this article will break down the first type of pen Cross made their fountain pens.

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The Complete Guide to Cross Ballpoint Pens

Guide to Cross Ballpoint Pens

Are you unsure as to which Cross ballpoint pen to buy?

In this guide, we cover every ballpoint pen that Cross makes with detailed descriptions including information about Cross ballpoint pen refills.

We also discuss are Cross pens worth the price and if you decide a Cross ballpoint pen is for you where to buy one from.

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The Complete Guide to Muji Pens & Pencils

The Complete Guide to Muj Pens

Are you unsure which Muji pen or pencil you need?

This complete guide To Muji pens & pencils shows you every pen & pencil that Muji makes.

Muji pens and pencils are popular for their sleek, clean design. They come in all different types of pens, from ballpoint to calligraphy, with gel, oil, and water-based inks. While Muji may not be a brand you’ve heard of before, if you are a big fan of gel pens or Japanese products, Muji should be on your radar.

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The Complete Guide to Paper Mate Pens

Complete Guide to Paper Mate Pens

Are you unsure which Paper-Mate Pen to buy?

The complete guide to Paper-Mate pens shows you every pen that Paper Mate makes what colors are available and the different tip sizes

This includes Paper-Mate ballpoint pens, gel pens, and the excellent Paper Mate Flair felt tip pens.

Papermate pens were started in the 1940s as the Frawley Pen Company. In 1949, the Paper Mate Ballpoint Pen was introduced, and it was the first fast-drying ballpoint pen that did not leak.

Now, Paper Mate has tons of different pen options, from their standard ballpoint pen to erasable pens to colorful felt-tipped pens.

We’ll cover all their options so you can figure out which Paper Mate pen is right for you.

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