As many of you who have been following my posts here know I have three Pilot Capless Décimo pens. Two pink ones with fine nibs and a purple one with an extra-fine nib.
First, the pictures:
The packaging of the purple pen:
The packaging of my two pink pens:
The pens all together with a few other Japanese pens:
Of course no real review is complete without an intimate look in the pen
Cartridge cap installed:
Nib assembly disassembled
The nib hits the door when being extended. Quite normal
Refill options and why you need the cartridge in place when using the cartridge cover.
Next, for the handwritten review-written with a pink Pilot Capless Décimo with a fine nib and Diamine Claret.
It's really an excellent pen if you want a lightweight capless fountain pen with an excellent nib that will start up immediately even if left alone for two months. With a Con-20 converter, you can write for a good while even with a 1.0 mm stub nib. (I've tried it, but I don't use those nibs much on a regular basis and sold that pen).
Edited by Dillo, 03 January 2013 - 21:17.