Baron Fig Squire Click Pen Review

Baron Fig Squire Click Pen Review

I've always had a soft spot for a good ballpoint pen. My dad used those Papermate blue ballpoints for years. Back in the 80s, they weren't that bad, or at least I remember them being pretty good. During my high school years, I was a black Bic Cristal guy. Then Bic Clic Stic when I was a server in my early 20s, because they were good, but not good enough to get stolen by customers, and the clips kept the pens in the apron really well. Also, it was a pen that was often used as a marketing item, so they were usually around and free, which is 2 things most important to a server. A little later, when my main need for a pen wasn't its ability to write on thermal receipt paper, I started to branch out and found a love for gel and rollerball pens. Pens that amazed on good paper. I rarely used a ballpoint again unless I had to.

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Baron Fig Insightful Spectre Squire Review

Baron Fig Insightful Spectre Squire Review

The Insightful Spectre is the newest Limited Edition Squire pen from Baron Fig. On the product page, there is a cute little story about the pen. You’ll also find some nice pictures in a spooky setting. You may be a little upset when your Squire arrives and you find it’s not black like the photos, but a very dark grey with purple tones in certain light (most light, really). The photos on the Baron Fig website are black & white, it seems, so be forewarned: this pen is NOT black.

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