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Beautiful Conway Stewart pens are perfect writing instruments

16th May 2011
If you prefer to write using the tradtional way, taking a rest from your keyboard there is nothing much better than writing with a high-quality grade pen. Components for a favourable pen will likely be the ability to write smoothly and easily. On top of t... Read >
Author: Noel James

Montblanc Pens

11th April 2011
Tips on writing with montblanc pens Montblanc pens have much in common with quills which were used before pens were even created. The difference lies at the ink flow: modern fountain pens are consistent while quill and ink has a thick print and is hard... Read >
Author: trentrusel

What to include in an office stationery order

01st February 2011
Office Stationery plays an important role in every office. When placing your next stationery order, here are some important items to include. - Paper is still used a great deal in the office, so you'll need to make sure that you have the stationery yo... Read >
Author: Rob.Berry-Smith

Beautiful Conway Stewart pens are timeless writing instruments

12th November 2010
For those of you who prefer to put pen to paper (instead of using a keyboard) there is nothing better than writing with a good quality pen. Qualities for a good pen will be the ability to write smoothly and effortlessly. Also comfortable to hold and grip.... Read >
Author: R J Stevens

Montblanc and Cartier Pens: Ideal Gifts for Your Dear Ones

19th October 2010
If you need to gift something special on an occasion that marks a milestone like wedding or anniversary or even retirement then pens can be an ideal choice. Moreover, when we are speaking of pens nothing can beat Cartier Pens. The brand is one of the fine... Read >
Author: Rhonda Towery

Rollerball Pens vs. Ballpoint Pens

18th August 2010
Rollerball pens are a popular writing instrument that combine the high quality results of a fountain pen with the ease of a ballpoint pen. Ballpoint pens and rollerball pens are in fact very similar, with one key difference: the type of ink each uses. ... Read >
Author: Wayne Hemrick

The Mechanism of Retractable Ball Point Pens

01st June 2010
Ball point pens come in a variety of scope and appearance, and are part and parcels of our daily lives. It is an indispensable item, and we carry one or more in our bags everyday. A retractable ball point pen is one of the more popular types available in ... Read >
Author: Amin Ramjee

Mont Blanc Ballpoint Pen vs Fountain Pen

22nd September 2009
Nothing says class, in the simplest and most discreet way, like a Mont Blanc. These elegant, sophisticated pens have been renowned by pen connoisseurs since their beginning in 1908, and have been used by many well known and famous people, such as John F. ... Read >
Author: Shawnsum1

Get In More Doors With Better Door To Door Opening Lines

12th June 2009
Most of us were taught an opening for door to door sales that guarantees failure. This article discusses innovative ways to get in the door that work well in today's market. The classic opening to avoid goes something like this: "Good morning. I'm Carl... Read >
Author: Carl Davidson
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