Nock Kickstarter 4


Just arrived this morning: The Nock Co. Hightower Pen Case in Forest Green/Yellow with Union Jack tag and a Nock Co. Dot Dash Notebook.

Nock Hightower Case and Notebook

Nock Hightower Case (outside) and Notebook

I backed The Pen Addict‘s Kickstarter in January and got the pen case today [1]Funnily enough it was addressed to MEMM, instead of my first name / surname, but I assume I must have messed this up in my Kickstarter settings.. I paid $45 (~£29; €40) [2]I have since stopped buying expensive stationery (>£10) for more than one reason. I might even sell some of my more expensive stationery, but I still have some stuff coming in I ordered in the … Continue reading.

Nock Hightower Case (outside) and Notebook. The Noris was not part of the Kickstarter.

Nock Hightower Case (inside) and Notebook. The Noris was not part of the Kickstarter.


Price: January 2015

Exchange rates: June 2015

References

References
1Funnily enough it was addressed to MEMM, instead of my first name / surname, but I assume I must have messed this up in my Kickstarter settings.
2I have since stopped buying expensive stationery (>£10) for more than one reason. I might even sell some of my more expensive stationery, but I still have some stuff coming in I ordered in the past, plus there is still a lot of expensive stationery I bought recently that I want to write about.

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4 thoughts on “Nock Kickstarter

  • John the Monkey

    It looks like an interesting format (whilst I love my Nomadic PE-10, I always think that if it was slightly wider (enough to fit a notebook) it would be more useful. Muji doodle pads do fit, apparently, and I always mean to pick one up for testing 🙂

  • Matthias Post author

    John, thank you for your comment. The Nomadic PE-10 is a very good looking case (on the photos I’ve seen). I guess the PE-10 and the Nock Hightower are great for retractable pens and pens with caps, but not so great for pencils (unless you put a cap on). I do like Muji’s pads, but am not sure which ones are Muji’s doodle pads. I should try to find out.

  • John the Monkey

    Matthias, the pads I’m thinking of are in Leigh Reyes’ review of the PE-10;

    http://www.leighreyes.com/?p=3101

    I think they’re a bit like a shopping list pad, but with plain paper. It looks like they may have been discontinued since Leigh’s review though (no sign on Muji’s website, at least) I may make one myself with Graf-It dot grid paper.

  • Matthias Post author

    Thanks for the link.
    They do look familiar (maybe from seeing them in store) but I never bought one. If the squares on the cover are on the sheets then I wonder what purpose they are for.