Tim Wasem, co-host of The Erasable Podcast, shows off his natural hacks with a Palomino Blackwing ferrule attached to the end of a Palomino ForestChoice and a Ticonderoga Renew. It’s a less-expensive, more available alternative to the gorgeous out-of-the-box Palomino Blackwing 211, the natural-finish limited-edition Blackwing released this past summer as part of their Volumes collection.

Forest Choice #2 Pencil Review

Forest Choice #2 Pencil Review

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The Forest Choice is a wooden pencil available in #2 (HB) grade. It comes with an eraser and is available in boxes of 12 for about $3. The pencil is made from incense cedar and lays claim to being the first FSC-certified pencil. The barrel is lacquered and is simply branded. There’s no barcode but there is a URL where the barcode would usually be. Personally I find the juxtaposition of a website…

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Forest Choice Medium Flex Notebook Review

Forest Choice Medium Flex Notebook Review

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Forest Choice notebooks are made by Palomino, of (modern) Blackwing fame. They’re cardboard-covered pocket books, a segment with rather a lot of competition. Do they stand out? Size: 13cm by 21cm (5″ by 8.25″) Price: $13 (for a three-pack) Pages: 80 Cover: cardboard Paper: 70gsm Ruling: plain, ruled or squared I used this notebook from 20th August until 1st November. It spent that time in a cover…

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