Giveaway: Wancher Luxury Leather Pen Collector’s Case

This week, I thought I’d give you a chance to win the Wancher Luxury Leather Pen Collector’s Case. The exterior is navy leather and the inside is ivory. It holds thirteen pens and closes with a magnetic snap.

The case will hold larger pens with clips and there is room in the pocket to hold a slim A5 notepad as well if you’re so inclined.

TO ENTER: Leave a comment here on the blog and tell me if you think thirteen is an auspicious number or an unlucky number. Or what your lucky number is and why. Only entries who play by the rules will be officially entered in the drawing.

FINE PRINT: You are entering to win the Wancher Luxury LeatherPen Collector’s Case pictured above that was used in the review here. There may be slight signs of handling but will be shipping with original packaging, dust bag and has been handled with the utmost care. All entries must be submitted by 10pm CST on Tuesday, April 3, 2018. All entries must be submitted at wellappointeddesk.com, not Twitter, Tumblr or Facebook, okay? Winner will be announced on Wednesday. Winner will be selected by random number generator from entries that played by the rules (see above). Please include your actual email address in the comment form so that I can contact you if you win. I will not save email addresses or sell them to anyone — pinky swear. If winner does not respond within 7 days, I will draw a new giveaway winner. Shipping via USPS first class is covered. Additional shipping options or insurance will have to be paid by the winner. We are generous but we’re not made of money. US and APO/AFO only, sorry.

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  1. I don’t believe that a number can be lucky or unlucky but I like prime numbers. Maybe 5 if I had to chose one on aesthetics alone.

  2. In Icelandic when we knock on wood, we say 7-9-13 (sjö níu þrettán) … as those are the old lucky numbers of Viking times.

  3. Well Golly, 7 is the number of completion and perfection. 6 is incompleteness and imperfection. If you are totally dorked up you are at 6s and 7s. Next Friday is the 13th, so I gotta win this giveaway, it will be my lucky number!!

  4. I like your blog. The number 13 is neither auspicious nor unlucky. It is only so if you are superstitious. I am not superstitious because it is unlucky to be superstitious. I do not have a lucky number. If I had to pick one, I would choose the number e (2.71828…).

  5. Thirteen is an awesome number. There are triskadekaphobics who disagree. I made up the word ‘triskadekamaniac’ for those of us who like it just fine. It’s been lucky for me.

  6. In Icelandic when we knock on wood we also say 7-9-13 (sjö níu þrettán) as those are the old lucky numbers of Viking times, still baked into the language today.

  7. My lucky number is 28. I have something called Synesthesia. When I see numbers, in my mind they appear as a particular color. Twos are yellow, and eights are orange. Neither of these colors is my favorite, but somehow together, the yellow 2 and the orange 8 make me happy. Thirteen isn’t bad either. Ones are black, and threes are green. Those colors go together as well.

  8. Ooh, my “lucky number” (even though I can’t say I really believe in such things) is 32 – which is the number i wore in basketball from 6th grade through college!

  9. Thirteen is just another number to me, doesn’t bother me at all. I don’t really have a lucky number either, guess I’m kind of boring that way! However I do love numbers and keep important ones safe in my mind – like the racing numbers for my dogs. 🙂

  10. 13 indeed seems to be my lucky number. I’ve been loving it since I was a little kid. Maybe it started out of spite, but I’ve loved it ever since. And I love Friday 13th, if not because everyone is superstitious around here and hates it. I got my driving license on one of these days, and in July it will be my very last day of university, so the good luck continues. 🙂 One a side note, that is indeed a most gorgeous case!

  11. My lucky number is 27 because it is the day of the month I was born and I just like the way it sounds!

  12. I like odd numbers and 13 is no exception. I don’t consider it auspicious or unlucky.

    Thank you for offering it up. It is a beautiful case!

  13. I was born on a 13th so I’d hope it’s a lucky number! I studied in France and my birthday happened the fall on a Friday the 13th and they told me I should buy lottery tickets. (I did not.)

  14. I’m certainly no triskadecaphobic as my current collection will reach 13 with my two most recent purchases. The sad news is they’re both back ordered and waiting is the hardest part!

  15. I’m not superstitious and I know it’s entirely coincidental, but I’ve a decent number of good things happen to me with some relation to the number 4, so for the sake of conversation 4 is my lucky number.

  16. I decided to like 13 when I was a kid and my friends were scared about Friday the 13th. I wanted to be cool and brave (and contrary) so I went against the grain.

  17. I’ ve never found 13 to be either lucky or unlucky. On occasions when I have been in a building with no 13th floor I have been amused. If I were to win the pen case, I would revise my opinion about this integer.

  18. 23 is my lucky number, but today I’m hoping it’s whatever my comment number is…

  19. So fancy!

    I generally like numbers (I’m a bit of a math nerd). I don’t find 13 to be especially lucky or unlucky.

  20. A number is a number is a number. 13 comes after 12 and before 14. Nothing overly special in my opinion, just is.

  21. I guess my lucky number would be 9. Ever since I learned a bit of numerology that one just made sense because it’s 3 times 3, and so a “perfect” number if you will.

  22. My wife was born on the 13th. Its a lucky number. My favorite number, however, is 17 since that’s the day of the month when I was born.

  23. 13 is Donald Duck’s lucky number in the old comic books. If it’s good enough for him, it’s good enough for me.

  24. 13 is a number that can start a conversation. It would be a lucky number for the person who get the case.

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