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Your Favourite Edison

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#41 stevekolt


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Posted 18 April 2015 - 03:10

My Menlo Pump Filler in blue and gold striated acrylic. 1.1 stub nib. We were relocating to WV, so I had it done in the those colors. I used it to sign the sales paperwork for our place in NJ...a treasured pen for sure! :D

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#42 Bill Wood

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Posted 18 April 2015 - 03:19

Menlo at the moment. Darn near perfect. Sometimes I don't even use the pump. I fill it up after a good cleaning with a syringe. It's my avatar to the left. Might be the best enginered pen I've seen in a long time. Love it.

#43 Rudolf



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Posted 19 May 2015 - 14:27

I have put a steel F-nib in my Collier. The gold M-nib was too broad for me and the inkflow was not good. It's a pity. But the steel F-nib is great! Inkflow starts instantly when the nib touches the paper.

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#44 pen_master


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Posted 14 July 2018 - 19:32

My Edison Nouveau Premiere Winter Edition 2018. Filled with orange ink.

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Posted 15 July 2018 - 18:02

Pearl based on its size and shape.I have a translucent Menlo Draw Filler and, as cool as it is to watch the ink fill and slosh around, it’s quite tedious to clean especially where it’s been stained (since it’s translucent).

#46 southpaw


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Posted 19 July 2018 - 04:59

Herald Grande, black, custom etching, fitted with a semi-flex 14k FPNibs semi-flex nib.

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#47 white_lotus


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Posted 27 July 2018 - 15:20

I'm glad some folks have updated this thread. I have a number of Edison pens all of which I like, but my favorite style is the Beaumont pneumatic. It just fits my hand perfectly. Unfortunately, some of my favorite inks don't play nice with the latex sac, so they get to have an extended vacation with Brian Gray for repair. So now I use Montblanc and Visconti inks in them, and we'll see how that goes.

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Posted 08 January 2020 - 17:01

Pearlette in the "Fingerpaints" finish, with a steel nib in M.


I bought the pen on impulse when it came out as a "Production Model", and I find myself reaching for it way more often than I expected. It is both small and light, but posted, it feels like a much bigger pen.


A close second is the new Brockton model, which is a nice combination of short with a medium-wide diameter that is super for pocket-carry but feels full size in the hand.


I find the Grays make a super pen at a fair price.

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