Paw Prints

Octàgon and on and on

Posted by Scribble Monboddo on

Here's a rum old product line, or at least a rum new one.

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“Fire up the Quattro”*

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

No, not an Audi. A Lochby.They say:“The Quattro fits your favorite four pens for when you're on the go. Lightly padded, fully zippered, and wrapped in our dry waxed canvas, you can rest assured your pens will be protected. Fits in the back pocket of our Field Journal.Offset pen pockets for a flatter carryNylon zipper reduces scratches over metal zippersExterior pockets for cards, bits & bobsDouble stitching and bartacking throughoutComfortably fits 4 pens100% Vegan” Remember when we used to travel to work, to the coffee shop, to other countries? That’s what the Quattro is for. You can tell that Chris,...

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Octagon Calm

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

There has been an influx of new stuff at Nero's, including a range of fabulous notebooks from Octagon - a stationery company I'd never heard of before. I was sent one of them to have a whirl with (the Calm cover book), so let me share my thoughts with you.

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So you like fountain pens…

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

First - another reminder. Black Friday. We don’t. Cyber Monday. Nope, not that either. The best service we can give, the coolest stationery that we can find, at a fair price every day. That’s our jam.Second. A huge shout out to all the wonderful people working for Royal Mail. Despite everything that Covid throws at them, they keep on delivering. We are in awe. That said, delivery times are slower, and inconsistent. Sometimes, orders get to one part of the country next day, but take up to a week to get to another. All this to say - order early....

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Brass-necked magnificence

Posted by Scribble Monboddo on

The heart of the Bauhaus principle is that form follows function, and in few niches is this more vital to follow than the making of an 'EDC' pocket pen. In crowded trouser pockets full of keys, loose change, spare masks etc. there isn't room for frippery and fancies; it just needs to work.

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