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Video-Review: Nemosine Singularity Demonstrator Pen

Besides really liking white pens, I do apparently also have a thing for demonstrators those days. Hence, I am really thankful to Josh of Nemosine for having made available two Singularity Demonstrator fountain pens for me to review.

Please find the video-review below, I hope you enjoy it!

Quick Facts

  • Demonstrator Fountain Pen
  • Made from plastic/acrylic
  • Price: 15 $ (from 32 $)
  • Available nib sizes: EF, F, M, B, 0.6, 0.8
  • Available colors: Blue, Magenta, Onyx (Demonstrator) & many others

Here is also the link to the TWSBI Diamond 580 review that I refer to in the video-review.


Picture Gallery

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And last but not least, here is a little add-on story on the Singularity fountain pen and the mysterious equation on the fountain pens packaging, taken from Nemosines latest newsletter:

The name for the Singularity fountain pens was inspired by the phenomena of spacetime singularity, which is calculated to be the engine of energy in the center of a black hole. Gravity becomes infinite at a singularity… so much so that not even light can escape it’s pull.

Calculating the Schwarzschild radius of an object determines the size at which it would need to be compressed to produce gravity so strong that the escape velocity from the mass would equal the speed of light, thus turning the matter into a black hole. For example, to compress the earth to the degree at which it’s gravitational pull to become strong enough to match the speed of light, the earth would need to be concentrated to approximately the size of a peanut!

In light of this knowledge, we used the Schwarzschild radius equation to identify every Nemosine Singularity on the packaging.

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