Win a Luxurious Caran d’Ache Leman Ballpoint Pen!

To celebrate National Stationery Week 2017 we are giving away a luxurious Caran d’Ache Leman ballpoint pen (RRP: £240.00).  This luxurious pen is made by Caran d’Ache in their Swiss factory to the exacting standards you’d expect from Swiss craftsmen.  The competition is absolutely free to enter (no purchase necessary), so why not enter? It could make note-taking at the office that much more pleasurable, or perhaps you may use it to pen your first novella!

To enter simply complete the tasks in the Rafflecopter widget below; the more methods completed the greater your chance of winning.  The competition is open to all – not just UK residents.

Good luck!

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Terms and Conditions:

  • The competition closes at midnight 30th April 2017 (BST). The winner will be selected at random using Rafflecopter and will be contacted within one week of the competition closing to arrange delivery of the prize. Their name will be displayed on this page following the competition closing. No cash alternative is offered.

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Why not enter our other National Stationery Week 2017 Daily Prize Draw: Win a fabulous Caran d’Ache 849 ballpoint pen

While you’re here – please take a look at our online shop!  Enjoy 5% off all items during Stationery Week: use code NSW17 (ends midnight 30/4/17 BST).

Lucy is our lead editor and has been passionate about stationery since childhood. She has a particular fondness for rollerball and calligraphy pens and is a keen advocate of snail mail.

There are 51 comments for this article
    • J at 4:04 pm

      I love National Stationery Week because it’s a great excuse (as if one is ever needed 😉 ) to buy more pens and paper and notebooks and… Also fun to see who apparently enjoys being still (stationary 😉 )

  1. ABIGAIL HAMILTON at 5:58 pm

    I love it because it reminds us to write letters, cards & our diary etc rather than just texting & using our mobiles

  2. Ali Thorpe at 10:14 am

    The only good thing about going back to school after summer, apart from seeing friends, was getting to linger around the stationery section picking new items. I love it but I don’t know why.

  3. chris hunt at 3:01 pm

    I love it because it brings back the fun of writing and all things stationery. We are in danger of losing the gift of handwriting because everything has changed. We will no longer be able to look back on beautiful letters and old postcards that evoke a bygone age.

  4. Tracey Ashburn at 4:10 pm

    Loving national stationery week. It highlights so many brands and designs that may go unseen. It’s great for finding that something special.

  5. Fiona jk42 at 6:57 pm

    I’m always on the look out for new journals, pens and other items of stationery. National Stationery Week is a great way to find new or improved stationery products and introduces me to brands I might otherwise not have known about.

  6. Allan Engelhardt at 7:58 pm

    Oh, that’s a nice pen. And seeing lots of nice pens (and stuff) is why I like NSW.
    See some of you at the London Stationery Show tomorrow?

  7. Francesca jones at 9:49 pm

    It justifies my addiction to all things I need obviously! I sort my handbag out and 7 types of writing implementservices fall out!

  8. Anna B. at 6:47 am

    I love this National Stationery Week because it is a great time to marvel at my collection and celebrate the joy of writing! In the digital age, it easy to dismiss the art of putting pen to paper, but nothing digital can give me that same satisfaction!

  9. Shea at 9:33 am

    I dig #NatStatWeek because it’s the one week out of the year when my feed is flooded with brand new products I might not have seen on the high street.

  10. Susan D at 1:26 am

    I love stationary because I love finding the perfect page to write a personal note on that suits my personality, as well as finding the perfect page to write a note on that suits my recipients personality. Basically, stationary is the perfect personal touch.

  11. Irene Wright at 4:33 pm

    I get to see all the lovely new colours available since I was last shopping for stationery. And of course, the competitions/giveaways are fab too.

  12. Hazel Rea at 4:27 pm

    I love National Stationery Week because I love stationery (it makes a great present) and during the Week I often come across new items which would be great for family later in the year.

  13. CAROL PATRICK at 7:18 pm

    I love National Stationery Week because it highlights the art of handwriting, spelling & punctuation, which are very important otherwise the written word will become a lost art. A handwritten letter shows you have taken the time to care, and older people appreciate receiving a personal handwritten card or letter. Emails, tweets & facebook messages have their place, but must never be allowed to ‘replace’ stationery. I adore lovely notepaper, notebooks, pens & pencils.

  14. rebecca h at 4:30 am

    i love #nationalstationeryweek because it encourages people to read, write and draw! as well as try some crafts. It also lets me indulge in my stationery obsession!

  15. Anne-Marie Dalzell at 9:16 am

    I think National stationery week is so important as it reminds us to put pen to paper. Using computers all the time and sending emails means we forget about the art of penmanship. To write a letter or keep a handwritten journal is a beautiful skill that should never be makes me think of the first day at school when we got our new exercise books, with that unique smell, and made the effort to write as neatly as we could. This is a stunning pen that I would absolutely cherish. Thanks xx

  16. Barbara Webster at 4:11 pm

    I like National Stationery Week because there is nothing better than composing a letter by hand, writing
    in your own personal diary, jotting down shopping lists in your notebook.

  17. sharon martin at 5:23 pm

    i love #nationalstationeryweek because i love seeing all the FAB products and learning about new brands i’ve not come across before

  18. Patricia Avery at 11:38 pm

    I love National Stationery week because I’ve had the chance to feed my addiction for stationery and pens in particular for free. I was given a Parker pen for getting to Grammar age 11 and it served me well throughout school, college and most of my teaching career until the nib broke. My lovely hubby spent his Xmas bonus for 4 years on replacing it with not only a beautiful fountain pen but also matching ballpoint, pencil and rollerball. I’m a tech loving OAP but nothing beats writing with a quality pen 🙂

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