I have said it not long ago, and I say it again: the more I have reviewed, the more I figure all that I have not yet reviewed. For me, this falls into two categories:
Category one is all the pens and brands I know exist, but where I simply did not yet get around to reviewing one them. On this list of things that I still want to look into for you are for instance the likes of Cross, Jacques Herbin, Montegrappa, Nakaya, Sheaffer, Visconti, Parker, etc.
Category two is mostly made up of brands that I do not readily have on my radar as pen makes – which may be because pens is not what they primarily do. Porsche Design is an example here. But also S.T. Dupont falls somewhat into this category. Plus Hugo Boss.
When I got approached by Papier & Stift as to whether I have ever tried – or whether I would like to try – a Hugo Boss pen, I knew somewhere in the back of my head that I must have seen Hugo Boss pens on some website or so. But nah, never held one of them in my hands. So sure enough I was happy to hop onto this opportunity. Scroll to the video down below to see how this dip into unknown waters went!
Before we hop into the review, I would like to take the opportunity to thank Papier & Stift in Germany for supporting this video.
But now, check out the video-review below, which is as always preceded by some quick facts. Again, I hope the review is helpful and that you enjoy watching it!
- Hugo Boss Pure Tire (the Pure-series pen is also available in a number of other materials/finishes)
- Soft rubber-coated barrel & metal cap
- Fills with standard international cartridges/converter
- Available steel-nib options: Medium (M)
- Price: ca. 135 €
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