I got this pen from a vendor on eBay for under $7. The pen has a matte finish in a medium-deep, slightly grayish blue that is quite captivating. The finish reminds me of the Sheaffer Prelude line (before Sheaffer discontinued all the attractive colors), but the overall design, I gather from this comparison by Richardandtracy, owes more to that of the Parker Sonnet.
You will notice a discrepancy between the appearance of the color in this photo and in some of the ones that follow. This is because I have altered this photo (and one of the others below) in an attempt to get the color to appear more truly. I don't think I have quite got it right, but it is certainly no further off than the others. In any case, what looks right on my screen may not look right on someone else's.
There are some nice details.
Also, although I didn't get a photo of it, there is a little Kaigelu kangaroo on the black plastic tip of the cap.
The cap snaps on and off and posts very cleanly.
The pen comes with a convertor with the brand name and logo on it.
Weight*: 25.9 grams; body, 16.4 grams; cap, 9.5 grams
(*This is with ink in the convertor, because I didn't feel like emptying it before weighing the pen: so sue me!)
Dimensions: length, capped, 13.7 cm; uncapped, 12.2 cm; posted, 15.1 cm; width at narrowest point of grip, approx. 0.9 cm (I haven't got calipers)
This is a slender and, as metal-bodied pens go (if indeed metal is what it is made of: the finish makes it difficult to tell!), light-weight pen. For me it is too slender to be used for extensive writing, but apart from that it has a very good feel to it. The parts fit together firmly, the cap posts securely, and the balance is excellent.
Nib: The nib was described as "medium," and medium-point it is—in Western, not Eastern terms (i.e., it is not medium-fine but simply medium).
Bhbarto in his or her review reports having had to adjust the nib for proper flow, but the one in my pen has needed no such adjustment. The ink flows evenly from it and it feels tolerably smooth on paper, with a moderate amount of feedback.
As I said, the pen is too slender to be a favorite of mine, but I am so taken with the finish, the design, and the solid (however light) feel of the pen that I am delighted to have it in my collection.