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Tiger Pens Store June 2012 News Round up

We have been busy beavering away over here at Tiger Pens and thought it may be a good idea to do a quick round up of everything that has been happening recently at the Tiger pens online store.

Uni Signo Broad UMN-207To start with the Uni-ball Signo UMN-207 Broad 1.0mm is finally in stock. It was released by Uni-ball UK earlier this year and I don’t think that they quite anticipated the demand for it. So we were eagerly awaiting a slow boat from Japan to arrive with new stock.

Waterman Paris PensThe Tiger Pens store now has a much larger range of Waterman pens and ink.  This includes the full range of Waterman Hemisphere and Waterman Expert pens. Waterman Paris was founded in 1883 by Lewis Edson Waterman. Today they are renowned for elegant high quality pens with innovative designs.

Copic Ciao MarkerThe USA branch of Copic Markers asked us a while ago via twitter if we had considered supplying Copic markers. We contacted the official UK Distributer and are now pleased to announce that we carry the full range of Copic Ciao markers in stock. Later this year we are hoping to carry the full range of Copic Markers and refills.

Bruynzeel Sakura PencilRecently were asked if we would be able to supply Designed by Bruynzeel Sakura Coloured pencils. These are now available to buy in our online store. The design by Brunynzeel Sakura coloured pencils are favoured by artists worldwide who appreciate the high quality of the pencils, with their extra thick core and wide range of vibrant colours.

Parker Jotter Pink and JadeLast but not least the Iconic Parker Jotter ballpoint pen is now available in a luscious shade of pink and also a subtle Jade colour.

We are continually adding to our range and should have pens from two more big brands in the next two or three months. If there is anything that we are currently not supplying that you would like us to drop us a line and let us know.

4 thoughts on “Tiger Pens Store June 2012 News Round up”

  • John the Monkey

    Some nice stuff in there - the broad Signos are good fun, although I've only used the capped versions to date.

    Those Waterman inks - well worth trying Florida (Serenity) Blue, Havana (Absolute) Brown, and Blue/Black (Mysterious Blue). The latter is really nice in a wet writing pen, and business like enough to get away with using at work :)

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  • Maja

    Thanks for the update! I enjoy using my Signo '207' but wished it was a 1.0mm. Wish granted now, I guess! :)
    As for the pink Jotter, I bought one a few years ago here in Canada with the pink ribbon packaging (for every pen sold, Parker made a donation to breast cancer research). Not sure if they are exactly the same shade of pink, but they appear to be....

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  • The Pen Warrior

    Thanks John I am hoping to do a review of one of the Waterman fountain pens in the near future time permitting and I will give the mysterious blue a try out.

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  • The Pen Warrior

    Hi Maja I am a big fan of the the signo range and prefer a broader tip on a pen. It would not suprise me if the pink is the same colour, in the UK it seems that only Pentel and Zebra support the breast cancer charities with a donation from a pink coloured pen which is a bit of a shame.

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