Top 6 Pens for Writers

A pen is a great gift idea for any writer. Finding a good pen to a writer is like finding a good friend to anyone else. The best pen is often subjective and a personal preference. That said, any of the pens listed here will make a writer scribble with glee.  Chose any of the pens listed here, along with a journal, to make a great gift for yourself or the writer in your life!

1. Starwalker Extreme Ballpoint Pen 111039 - When price is no object.  At $654, this pen is like flying in first class.  The king of pens!
  • Barrel made of stainless steel with PVD-plated inlays
  • Platinum-plated clip and fittings
  • Ballpoint Pen with twist mechanism
  • Bold and strong silhouette and the floating Montblanc emblem

2. Montblanc 5055 Boheme Stone Ballpoint Pen, Black Onyx Stone with Platinum Trim - $325.75 This pen is short, easy to carry in pants pocket or clipped to shirt pocket. Very light weight and lovely design. Not recommended for those with large hands. The top twists to advance or retract the ball point or roller ball.

  • Black precious resin, platinum-plated fittings, inlaid with Montblanc emblem
  • Platinum-plated clip set with a synthetic onyx-colored gemstone
  • Three platinum-plated rings embossed with the Montblanc brand name

3. Versace ASTREA Ball Point Pen, Black Ink, Medium Point (VR7050014) - $235
When you want an elegant and classy pen for a person of the same caliber. A unique pen that exudes class and confidence!

  • Steel guilloché lower barrel, Black upper barrel
  • Greek key engraved and enameled in black on the ring
  • Versace logo engraved on the clip
  • Medusa on relief on the top of the cap

4. Visconti Rembrandt Blue Ball Point Pen - $145.  Building bridges with a beautiful Italian ballpoint pen A universal symbol of friendship and diplomacy a bridge denotes the effort of reaching across a divide to establish a connection. My personal favorite.
  • Silver band brandishes the Rembrandt-motif signature and majestic filigree flourish
  • Deploys with a twist
  • Variegated marbled resin — no two are exactly alike
  • Resin design is based on Rembrandt's use of chiaroscuro — adding lighter hues to a dark foundation image
  • Ballpoint ink is unusually smooth, similar to rollerball ink

5. Engraved / Personalized Waterman Expert Black with Gold Trim Ballpoint - At $99 this pen drops into the budget pen range, but makes up for it with free 24 character engraving. Still a great buy with precise aesthetics accentuated by the captivating refinement of classic black gloss lacquer finish and luxurious gold trim.
  • Comes in a Waterman pen gift case
  • Geniune Waterman Expert Pen, Made in France
  • Laser engraving shows up gold, matches the trim

6. Cross Apogee, Frosty Steel, BallPoint Pen (AT0122-6) - Well know for their quality, affordable pens, Cross offers a great writing instrument at just $85.86.  This pen exhibits the glitz and glamour of 1980s era Manhattan with pale blue European translucent lacquer over engraved chrome appointments.

  • All Cross products are shipped in boutique-quality gift packaging that you'll be proud to give as a gift.
  • Cross offers a range of ball-point refill sizes and colors; Selectip gel rolling balls, porous-points (felt tips), ball-points and document markers; 0.5mm pencil leads; specially formulated cartridges and bottled inks.. 
  • Cross has re-invented writing instruments with jewelry-quality craftsmanship.
  • All Cross writing instruments are unquestionably guaranteed against mechanical failure, regardless of age.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

They all look lovely... but I can't recall the last time I ever used a proper pen! If I do any handwriting - and I generally don't, other than quick lists to myself and filling in diaries and calenders, etc. I'd rather use a pencil. Do you write with a pen?

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