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Waterman Maestro


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#1 olivier78860

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Posted 31 January 2012 - 12:53

Thanks for this review! :thumbup: Lots of memories here, since the Maestro was my only pen for years! :bunny01: A little thin, but the nib is just about amazing! I have the black one with gold features. Still in good shape after 20 years, event if the plating of the inb is starting to come of - and I lost the cap ring!

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Posted 31 January 2012 - 14:11

Holy slim batman! Makes me want to dig up my first pen from 1996, a Watermen Preface, which has held up as well as these.

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Posted 05 February 2012 - 03:47

Just a little FYI -- the pen that you labeled as a Waterman Exclusive is not an Exclusive. Here are some hyperlinks to various listings with pictures of Waterman Exclusives. I own several Waterman Exclusives as well.

Your pen is actually a Waterman Executive. You can view both pens at http://captainchang....s/waterman.html. I own two Waterman Executive ballpoint pen and pencil sets, one blue and the other burgundy; I purchased them during graduate school.

#5 Mags

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Posted 05 February 2012 - 04:09

Thanks for sharing your review of this fine Waterman.
Rob Maguire (Plse call me "M or Mags" like my friends do...)I use a Tablet, Apple Pencil and a fountain pen. Targas, Sailor, MB, Visconti all wonderful.

#6 olivier78860

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Posted 05 February 2012 - 06:01

Just a little FYI -- the pen that you labeled as a Waterman Exclusive is not an Exclusive. Here are some hyperlinks to various listings with pictures of Waterman Exclusives. I own several Waterman Exclusives as well.

Your pen is actually a Waterman Executive. You can view both pens at http://captainchang....s/waterman.html. I own two Waterman Executive ballpoint pen and pencil sets, one blue and the other burgundy; I purchased them during graduate school.

Executive indeed. I always confuse them, for some weird brain-connections related issues I guess. Thanks for correcting.

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Posted 07 February 2012 - 22:45

nice review and pics!
thanks!
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