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#1 oya

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Posted 07 November 2009 - 13:27

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And finally .... review .... short (and fast written), but nevertheless ...

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#2 holgalee

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Posted 07 November 2009 - 14:18

Such a concise and refreshing review. A treat for the eyes too, given your lovely handwriting and the cute kitten.

#3 limesally

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Posted 07 November 2009 - 21:02

love your props :)

enjoy your pen - the M150 was my first "real" pen (after the Pelikano, Sheaffer cartridge, etc) and is still one of my very favorites.

#4 contaxrts2

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Posted 07 November 2009 - 21:41

nice review, I love my M 150, was one of my first Pelikans, great performer

#5 Neill78

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Posted 08 November 2009 - 01:41

That's an interesting pen holder. I guess it keeps the ink warm and flowing?
The M150 was my second "nice" fountain pen, and my first "nice" fountain pen that worked properly. It's still one of my best pens, and it was my main writer until I discovered the wonder that is the Pilot Custom 74.

The interchangeable nib feature is unmatched with the M150 and the price is really great (although here in Canada it's about double what it should be, as always). It's the best starter FP around, period. Enjoy it!!

#6 oya

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Posted 08 November 2009 - 11:06

Thnx guys :) .

Such a concise and refreshing review. A treat for the eyes too, given your lovely handwriting and the cute kitten.

I wasn't in the mood for writing a long review, so I made it short.
(Ok, I have a plan to write few other reviews, one for vintage Senator, for Unidentified pen (ok the draft is already made I just have to rewrite it and take some pics), and my long overdue addition for rotring tintenkuli ...

love your props :)

enjoy your pen - the M150 was my first "real" pen (after the Pelikano, Sheaffer cartridge, etc) and is still one of my very favorites.

Thnx I will and i try to use it as much as possible. But then, I musn't neglect my other FP.


That's an interesting pen holder. I guess it keeps the ink warm and flowing?
The M150 was my second "nice" fountain pen, and my first "nice" fountain pen that worked properly. It's still one of my best pens, and it was my main writer until I discovered the wonder that is the Pilot Custom 74.

The interchangeable nib feature is unmatched with the M150 and the price is really great (although here in Canada it's about double what it should be, as always). It's the best starter FP around, period. Enjoy it!!

Yup, I was looking for a nice background to take pics, and then I said to myself, well you have a new cat ... you better use her while she sleeps. Because when she is awake, emmm she becomes from cute kitten a cute monster with such innocent eyes.

#7 tanburi

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Posted 08 November 2009 - 12:31

The cat is lovely, the pen is great. Pelikans don't need long reviews.
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#8 encre

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Posted 10 November 2009 - 22:17

I thought it was a Goodguy review for a minute!

Nice review, very crisp and straight to the point. :)

#9 mguo32

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Posted 15 August 2012 - 00:45

Do you ever have problems with your pelikan 150? I recently ordered mine and I noticed after a couple weeks that it skips when I write quickly or tilt the pen too much. Should I expect this from all fountain pens or is my pen damaged?






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