Posts Tagged: S.T. Dupont

S.T. Dupont Revelation

Wingtip wants to apologize to it’s members who have had to light their cigars with matches or run-of-the-mill lighters (rumors have it someone had to use a Bic lighter once but we can’t confirm that). It’s downright embarrassing. The good news is those days are almost behind us for good. Coming soon is S.T. Dupont’s latest Limited Edition release

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Open for the Holidays: Baggage Claim by On The Fly

For the second year in a row now, On The Fly will have a temporary "pop-up shop" open in 1 Embarcadero Center in San Francisco’s Financial District, right next door to our original store on the Street Level. It will feature leather goods from Mulholland, Martin Dingman, S.T. Dupont, Barbour, Dunhill (coming Tuesday), and maybe… Read more »

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Coming Soon: S.T. Dupont 1001 Nights

The newest limited edition offering from S.T Dupont is the 1001 Nights collection. Shipping soon, 1001 Nights range includes a Ligne 2 lighter, Neo-Classique President fountain pen or roller ball pen, and a writing kit comprised of a pen holder, inkwell, and letter opener (pictured). Inspired by Persian culture and architecture, the 1001 Nights range… Read more »

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Why This is my New Pen, Part III of III

I’ve spent two blog posts writing about the S.T. Dupont Neo-Classique Chinese Lacquer President Fountain Pen and I have yet to talk about how it looks. And upon seeing this pen in real life, there really is no way around one central fact: it’s incredibly phallic. How phallic is it?  It’s so phallic, when I… Read more »

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Why This is my New Pen, Part II of III

Yesterday, we covered the historical events that have forged my strongly held belief about the value of using a fine writing instrument to seal a deal. Today, in Part II of III, I’ll explain why I’m particularly enamored with the S.T. Dupont Neo-Classique Chinese Lacquer President Fountain Pen. Hidden in the bottom of the pen,… Read more »

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Why This is my New Pen, Part I of III

I would love to explain why this is my new pen in one blog post, but I think there’s necessary historical context that needs to be established first.  Almost every customer that has ever bought something in our San Francisco store has signed their receipt with a very nice pen (most recently, an S.T. Dupont… Read more »