It’s time for our first Give Away of 2019 and what a classy act we are kicking off with – the LAMY Aion!
To take part in the February Give Away, you must be resident in the UK and answer the following questions. The answers to these questions can be found here on the United Inkdom metablog for the pen, the LAMY website area for the pen or in the reviews provided by the United Inkdom reviewers.
And although not a prerequisite of taking part in the LAMY Aion Give Away, if you wanted to sign up to receive email notifications of updates on the United Inkdom blog, that would be a super-wonderful thing to do that we reviewers would greatly appreciate!
We have one pen to give away and the competition will close on the Spring Equinox (20th March). The winner will be selected at random and notified by email.
How many nib options are there for the LAMY Aion?
What colours does the LAMY Aion come in?
Does it have a screw cap or a pop-off cap?
Although LAMY is a German brand, what nationality is the Aion’s designer?
Can you believe it? It’s December ALREADY! This year has flown by. I don’t know where it’s vanished to at all; possibly down the side of the sofa with all my pound coins!
We are at the last United Inkdom giveaway of 2018. So, ladies and gentlemen (and all shades in between), the United Inkdom review team present to you… the BeNu Friendly Chameleon!
Let me tell you a little bit about this pen. She’s a VERY attractive Russian pen, part of the BeNu range (all hand-made and equally strikingly coloured) and retails for $90 (converter extra). Read what the United Inkdom reviewers said about it HERE.
What do you think? Isn’t it just the best-looking pen?
This lovely creature could be delivered to your door by Hogmanay! Just think, you can start your 2019 journalling with this classy fountain pen and it won’t cost you a bean!
Interested? To take part this month, you should be resident in the UK and sign up to receive updates for the United Inkdom blog by email (hit that red ‘ink me up’ button). And that’s it!
The giveaway closes on 22 December, with a winner drawn before 24 December. And providing we get the winner’s address details in good time, the BeNu Friendly Chameleon will be with you before 31 December.
And if you’re not the lucky winner, why not visit the BeNu site and check out their whole range – that Christmas present money isn’t going to spend itself!
Our next give-away is a classy leather (sniffs appreciatively) journal cover, replete with Grand Voyager Notebook, kindly donated by the manufacturer, Paper Republic.
To take part in the give-away, you must be within the UK, have the right answers to this handful of questions and send those answers to email@example.com by 31 October. The winner will be notified in the following week and the journal cover sent out thereafter.
This month it is a lovely Faber Castell E-motion fountain pen with black parquet finish that is up for grabs.
To be eligible to take part, all you have to do is be based in the UK and correctly answer some questions about the pen. All the information will be found on either the Faber Castell website or in one or more of the United Inkdom blog review posts. Check out the United Inkdom meta-review for the a quick start!
Question 1: Which lovely company supplied us with our Faber Castell pen?
Question 2: What date is engraved onto the pen lid?
Question 3: What is the name of the LEAST expensive Faber Castell fountain pen on the FC site?
Question 4: How many employees to Faber Castell have, worldwide?
Question 5: How many choices of nib width do you have with the E-motion (black parquet)
Question 6: Does the E-motion come with a converter?
Question 7: (You’ll need to have the answer for Question 1 correct for this!) What price is the E-motion by Faber Castell currently on sale for on our pen supplier’s website?
Got all your answers? Good! Get them e-mailed off to firstname.lastname@example.org by 6pm on the 31st of August 2018. A winner will be chosen at random and will be notified by the end of the following week.
It’s time for us to announce another give-away here at the United Inkdom Citadel!
Today it’s the Scrikss pen that’s up for grabs – procured inperson by our very own Scribble from a trip to Nuremberg’s Insights-X trade fair at the end of last year. This is the Noble 35 that we’re offering up here, and it’s rather lovely to use!
As usual, all the answers are found on the blogs of the United Inkdom bloggers or on the Scrikss website.
It’s time for another United Inkdom give-away! You’ve seen these attached to meta-reviews, but we thought it would be fun to run them as a stand-alone exercise every now and then to share some of the gorgeous items that we have been sent to review.
To take part, all you have to do is be based in the UK and correctly answer some questions about the prizes. All the information will be found on either the company’s website or in one or more of the United Inkdom blog review posts. Check out the United Inkdom meta-review for the a quick start!
We kick off today with a competition to win a pair of PERKEO pens in a smart Kaweco presentation tin.