My original plan was to do an in-depth review of not only the stainless steel Live in You ShiYou pens, but also its gold nib variants. However, entering the year 2019, no news yet for that release and ShiYou’s competitive edge is vanishing…
Almost a whole generation of Wing Sung’s 10x pens’ gold nib was missing after the shut down of the company in the 90s. What happened? Why Jingdian chose a 10k nib when resurrected them? Even if you are not interested in the two questions above, be sure to check out this Wing Sung 103, it’s amazing.
Thus an innovation half-baked.
Another one, another you.
Both for good and bad.
Standard and QC.
Their second attempt to make a People’s Pen.
I mean, it really works.
This a review about my first Edison, a Collier Burnished Gold, and definitely it won’t be the last. Hope you enjoy it and have a nice weekend!
From Opus 88, with feeling.
While this siren would not send the Sailor to death, the Lorelei indeed sets the tone for the current wave of new Chinese pens, thus it deserves to be looked at again.
The delights of the ebonite and the absolute peace of mind are an unbeatable combination.