Pens

Pens

The best pens for writing are the ones that feel natural in your hand. If you have found a pen that works well for you, be sure to stock up! It's inevitable that someday you'll lose your favorite pen, so it's always wise to have backups. The following are our recommendations, but don't hesitate to try other pens to find the ones you love. Fountain Pens: while they may seem like an investment, fountain pens write smoothly and beautifully due to their unique filling systems. Ballpoint Pens (Biro): these pens are easy enough for kids to use and inexpensive; the only downside is that they can occasionally skip or need to be tapped before they write. Gel Pens: gel pens are great if you like dark colors and super-fine lines; their ink tends to dry quickly on paper, though this can vary depending on the particular brand of gel pen. Markers: markers are good for coloring but not so good for writing due to their thick