If you follow TWSBI on their Facebook page, you’ve probably noticed that they’ve been very busy getting a slew of new products ready for the holiday season. If not, that’s okay – we’ll give you an update here!

Keep in mind, all dates are subject to change (delays happen!), and some of the pictures are prototypes and may change too. But this is what we have! All images are from TWSBI’s Facebook page.

TWSBI 580

Black with Rose Gold trim: 

This new beauty is scheduled to be released within a month. It has a solid black barrel and grip, a clear body, but with rose gold trim. The nib has a rose gold plating, too. This will be a bit more expensive, at $70 retail price.

Black & Rose Gold TWSBI 580’s currently being manufactured.
A prototype rendering of a white TWSBI 580 with the Rose Gold trim

Colors:

Yes, 580 colors are coming! These will be released closer to the end of the year and all throughout early next year in phases. Colors depicted on TWSBI’s Facebook page include red, orange, yellow, green, and blue, all with clear barrels.

TWSBI 580’s in five new colors – orange, blue, yellow, green, and red

Clear:

We’re getting another shipment of clear 580’s this Monday, and more will be coming in as we get into the fall. This is a great pen, starting at $50 retail price.

TWSBI 580 clear with a 1.1mm stub italic nib

TWSBI Classic:

This is a new model! Slightly slimmer than the 580, it will come in three solid colors (black, dark blue, and burgundy) with a piston-filling mechanism. It is scheduled to be released in the next 4-6 weeks (mid/late November) and will be $50 retail price.

Testing out the TWSBI Classic in dark blue
A prototype TWSBI Classic in black
Another prototype TWSBI Classic

TWSBI Eco:

Another new model, the Eco (short for ‘economical’), is scheduled to be released in early 2014. The price and colors are not yet known, but we’re guessing in the $25-30 range. It will have a piston-mechanism too.

Testing the TWSBI Eco
Demonstrating how the TWSBI Eco can be posted

TWSBI Vac Mini:

A shorter version of its big brother, the Vac 700, is scheduled for early 2014. Price is expected to be around $65-70.

Rendering of the Vac 700 (left) versus the Vac Mini (right)
Testing out the Vac Mini

That’s all the updates for now. What product are YOU most excited about?

Write On,
Rachel Goulet