What is a Bullet Journal Pen?

What Pens do You Use for Bullet Journaling?

Uni-ball Power Tank 1.0 Ballpoint Pen with Black Ink. This is my favorite pen to use with my Hobonichi. The Hobonichi case has self-closing loops that are connect by inserting your pen. The loops are pretty wide so a chunky pen works better than a skinny one. I love how thick this pen writes while still passing the smudge test. Also, the power tank makes this a pressurized pen. So rather than having to scribble a bit to get the pen started, it is always ready to write. It can also write upside down, on wet paper, and in below freezing temperatures! I keep a stockpile of refills so I never run out of ink.

The Seven Year Pen - this adorable pen comes in lots of adorable styles. I chose the “Bee Happy” pen in bright yellow. Made by SeltzerGoods, this sustainable pen hides a jumbo ink cartridge so the pen lasts a really long time. The messaging says you can write 1.7 meters every day for seven years. Thats a lot of writing with one pen. Longer pen life means less pens end up in landfills every year. In addition, the pen has a satisfying click to open/close and writes great!

Sakura Pigment Micron Pens - These pens are a must have for bullet journaling! They are artist quality small point markers. If you buy the blister pack, you’ll receive 6 different pens in various point sizes from 0.20-0.50. That assortment gives you lots of variety for creating fine lines, fun doodles, and all of those frames that are a part of bullet journaling.

Do Micron Pens Bleed Through Paper?

Are Gel Pens Good for Bullet Journaling?

Are Gel Pens Better than Ballpoint?

Which is Better Ballpoint or Gel Pen?

Are Sharpie Pens Permanent?

Bullet Journal Pen Test

Pens that Don’t Bleed Through Thin Paper

What are the Best Cheap Pens?

Do Felt Tip Pens Bleed Through?

Do Paper Mate Inkjoy Pens Bleed?