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What Waterman pens do you own?


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#941 manhha

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Posted 18 January 2017 - 16:50

Waterman Exception Precious Metal in Solid Gold & Sterling Silver

 

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#942 Sinistral1

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Posted 19 January 2017 - 03:28

Waterman Exception Precious Metal in Solid Gold & Sterling Silver

 

Beautiful set of pens!


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#943 ptrcwikla

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Posted 29 January 2017 - 01:07

1) W Apostrophe

2) W Expert II

3) W 503

4) W #3

5) W Standard 1950-60



#944 Aquaria

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Posted 02 February 2017 - 21:08

I'm a poor, so I have only three Watermans, all with fine nibs:

 

Carene Blue Obsession

 

Hemisphere Blue Obsession

 

Waterman Kultur Purple.

 

I love them all.

 

I'll have to wait until fall to buy another one. :(

 

The next will probably be a Charleston, but if my finances are still rocky, then it will be an Expert.



#945 ILM

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Posted 04 February 2017 - 20:11

Just two for now:

 

Carène Blue Obsession (F).

 

Edson Emerald (F).

 

They are grand pens, specially the Edson, and I love how they look and feel; unfortunately, that's about it! While both of them are great writers, their nibs don't have any distinguishing characteristics, given their high price (many el-cheapo pens write equally well). May be I should focus on the vintage Waterman's pens.


Edited by ILM, 04 February 2017 - 20:13.


#946 FlippyThePen

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Posted 05 February 2017 - 04:44

Yesterday I bought my first Waterman, a Hemisphere ballpoint.


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#947 loulu10

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Posted 21 February 2017 - 04:14

I'm new to this forum - and own 2 Waterman pens - for now.

 

I bought them at the same time in the stationery department of Marshall Field's department store (now Macy's) when I worked in downtown Chicago. To me they are gorgeous pens. I was so ignorant about Waterman's that I tossed the box during one of me frequent moves...

:wacko: oh, well.

 

I'm cleaning the FP for the 1st time (gasp!) today....I knew nothing about FBs until I started reading the forum posts here in FPN.

 

  • FP = Ideal Exclusive 18k 750 nib M Black Lacquer
  • RB = Le Man 200 Rollerball Rhapsody in Mineral Green (with Fiber Tip)

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Edited by loulu10, 21 February 2017 - 23:34.

Peace, 'newbie' LuLu   www.lulu-too-beaucoup.com

 

  • Waterman FP: Ideal Exclusive Black Lacquer 18K & Waterman RB: Le Man 200 Rhapsody Rollerball Fiber Tip Mineral Green
  • Parker FP: 75 Arrow
  • Sheaffer FPs: 2nd Gen School Pen Chrome Flat Cap & Sheaffer FP: 3rd Gen School Pen Chrome Pointed Cap
  • Staedtler Calligraphy Pen set

 

 







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