P. Francis

Helpful votes received on reviews: 97% (91 of 94)
Location: London United Kingdom

Anything that involves me playing with Apple products and drinking way too much coffee than is good for me.


Top Reviewer Ranking: 586,064 - Total Helpful Votes: 91 of 94
Kaweco Sport Classic Fountain Pen, transparent B by Kaweco
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Kaweco Classic Sport, 29 Sep 2013
Being someone who, amongst other things, designs and creates website themes, I've over the years become very aware of the importance of typography and how the use of the right font can make all the difference between an ordinary looking website and one that stands out and grabs the attention of the visitor.
Up until recently I've never been too interested in what I use to write with or the quality of the paper that I write on. However through my interest in typography I've recently been sucked into the world of pens and paper.

I started off my trek into the world of fountain pens with a Pilot V disposable with a fine nib which was followed by a Platinum Preppy also with a… Read more
Uni Kuru Toga Mechanical Pencil 0.5 mm Blue Body by Uni-Ball
5.0 out of 5 stars Kuru Toga, 14 July 2013
I first heard about the Kuru Toga a couple of months ago after reading a post from some interweb entrepreneur type person. I can't remember who mentioned the Kuru Togo, obviously not as memorable as the product itself. I did a little bit of homework of the pencil and having read several reviews decided to get one. If nothing else it would save having to find a pencil sharpener and the age old dilemma of where to put the shavings.

First of all I have to admit that I didn't order the Kuru Toga from Amazon. I'm assuming that most readers are interested in the product rather than the vagaries of the British postal system but I thought it should be mentioned.

The Kuru Toga… Read more
Kingston 8GB USB 2.0 DataTraveler USB Drive - Blue&hellip by Kingston
Arrived within the stated delivery time. The drive came in its original Kingston packaging inside possibly the worlds smallest jiffy bag. Kingston on their part have made opening the packaging very easy with a tear off cardboard top so as the drive just slips out. No more hunting for the scissors cuttting around the all encompassing plastic whilst trying not to to cut yourself on said plastic.
Came formatted in FAT 32 so will work straight out of the box on a PC or Mac.