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Sheaffer Pfm2 Review


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#1 georges zaslavsky

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Posted 10 October 2010 - 09:46

Hi everyone

time for a sheaffer review

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enjoy

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#2 Ondina

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Posted 10 October 2010 - 11:14

Wonderful pen and review, George. Congratulations. Of the ones I've had the fortune to briefly test, the nibs fo the original Legacy were as responsive as the PFM (II and V). It was surprising to find that although fatter, the PFM was of the same size than the Imperial, if not shorter.

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Posted 10 October 2010 - 19:44

Congratulations. I prefer steel capped PFMs like this one and find them very rerpsentative of the Cold War era.

#4 Lloyd

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Posted 11 October 2010 - 14:03

Nice pen. However, the nib is not a Triumph nib; it is an inlaid nib.
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Posted 14 October 2010 - 15:12

Hi,

PFM II is really a fine fountain pen. I also have a blue barrel, metal cap copy with a medium nib. It's one of my best writers. Mine is from 1962 and I also have a fine nib black with steel trim PFM I (1960) which makes a nice design impression. And my burgundy PFM III is a nice writer, but the plastic cap came with a few chips at the top of the cap, which, I assume, is common for a 1959 plastic cap. Have thought of getting IV and V PFMs but my PFM acquisition syndrome is satisfied with the three I have.

Best,
Andy






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