I bought a vintage Mont Blanc 320, which I quite enjoyed, the nib had a bit of spring to it, and it flowed perfectly, impossible to get it to dry up.
I sadly had to return it though as it leaked, - seemingly through the pen cap springs.. perhaps the ink window? or maybe even through the body somehow.., I'd be curious about getting another, a couple questions though for any expects:
1. Did this pen ever come with a converter? If so, what one would fit and be proper for the pen? The one I got didn't have an original converter (if there even was one that came with it), I had tried both an official modern Mont Blanc converter and another one, though I think both let ink into the body. I just dont want to be limited to cartridges of course.
2. Any one with experience of this pen find similar ink leaking issues?
3. Is there another less expensive Mont Blanc vintage pen that might be recommended instead, I NEED flex and line variation, and I really enjoyed the smaller size and weight of this 320.
Edited by jameskachan, 09 December 2013 - 17:51.