My Daily Carry - Part 1

Daily Carry
Daily Carry

After I submitted my Weekly Loadout over at Ed Jelly it got me thinking.  I am pretty sure I haven't ever posted here what my daily carry actually is.  After a lot of soul searching I came to a realisation, I have two daily carry's of sorts.  My fountain pens never leave the house so they aren't really a daily carry of sorts.  I do use them a lot but with my travel to work and back I am freaked out that they could be damaged.  For taking notes while traveling to and from work I use a different type of daily carry which I will reveal in another post.  For this post I am going to show you my current daily carry.  You can see my previous daily carry over at Ed Jelly's website.

Pilot Vanishing Point - Pilot Iroshizuku kiri-same
Pilot Vanishing Point - Pilot Iroshizuku kiri-same

Favourite combination

It has to be my Pilot Vanishing Point inked with Pilot Iroshizuku Kiri-Same.  I think Pilot Iroshizuku Kiri-Same is my all time favourite ink.  It is my everyday ink and it combines so well with other inks.

Pelikan M400 Tortoiseshell with Pilot Iroshizuku Chiku-Rin
Pelikan M400 Tortoiseshell with Pilot Iroshizuku Chiku-Rin

Least Favourite

Pelikan M400 Tortoiseshell with Pilot Iroshizuku Chiku-Rin.  I love my Pelikan M400 Tortoiseshell but I still am really unsure of Chiku-Rin.  I want to give this ink more time before I review it.

Lamy 200 - Pilot Iroshizuku Fuyu-Gaki
Lamy 200 - Pilot Iroshizuku Fuyu-Gaki

Honourable Mention

Its funny how a ink makes you really enjoy a pen you wouldn't have classed as a favourite. Pilot Iroshizuku Fuyu-Gaki has made me really enjoy using my Lamy 2000 again.

Visconti Rembrandt - Cult Pens Deep Dark Blue
Visconti Rembrandt - Cult Pens Deep Dark Blue

Safe Choice

I always have a pen ink combination that covers me incase I need to fill in a official document that has stupid requirements for ink colour.  The Visconti Rembrandt with Cult-Pens Deep Dark Blue covers me for this.