Just an update to the review I posted of the Schon DSGN Stainless Pen. Shortly after my review was posted, Ian announced that he has an adapter available for his pen that will allow you to use D1 style refills instead of the Fisher Space pen refill. My preferred refill for this type of pen is the Zebra D1 and it works fine. The adapter is a plastic sleeve that accepts the D1 refill then you drop it in the pen. The only thing I noticed is that the adapter is 1 mm short compared to the Space Pen refill and the tip did not protrude from the pen fully. I just tightened the set screw a little more and it took up the slack. The price might be a little steep for what it actually is but only you can decide if $15 is worth the price to be able to use D1 refills in your Schon DSGN pen.
I would like to thank Zeynep at Galen Leather for providing this cover for review. This is one of two covers I was given for review and while I did not pay for this cover, I was not payed for this review and my opinions are my own. You can read the review of the No 44 cover here. That review goes into further detail about the packaging and applies to this model also. Continue reading “Galen Leather Field Notes Cover No 55 Review”→
Happy Fountain Pen Day! For those who do not know, Fountain Pen Day is always the first Friday in November. To help celebrate I am going to be giving away A Galen Leather No. 55 Field Notes cover in navy blue. My review should be posted next week. All you have to do is leave a comment on this post here at inktronicsblog.com and you will be entered for a random drawing that will take place on on November 11th.
Here is a picture of the actual Galen Leather Field Notes cover that will be given away on November 11th. This is open to anyone worldwide as long as you leave a comment. Please note that I cannot be responsible for any taxes or customs fees that may or may not be assessed by your country.