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Conid Measurements Of The Grip-Section

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#1 ChrisA

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Posted 15 January 2017 - 18:40

Hi!
 
My first Conid Bulkfiller (the Minimalistica) is in production and I can't wait so have it in my hands!
 
In my collection are a lot of Montblancs at the moment.
I'm thinking of selling some pens to be able to by a Conid Kingsize. 
But from my Montblancs I know that the 149 is a litte bit to big at the grip-section for me.
So I googled a lot but was not able to find the diameter of the Kingsize-grip...
 
Maybe it is also interesting for some other FPN-Members so I'm asking for some measurements of the diameter in the middle of the grip-section:
 
Montblanc 144: 9mm
Montblanc 146: 11,5mm
Montblanc 149: 13mm
 
On google I found the following - please confirm:
 
Conid Minimalistica: 11mm (I know there is no real grip-section...)
Conid Regular: 10,4mm
Conid Slimline: ?
Conid Kingsize: ?
 
Thanks,
Chris
 


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#2 25_15_3

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Posted 16 January 2017 - 22:52

I don't have my Minimalistica on me at the moment (I am getting its nib tuned), but from what I remember the section is fatter than the Montblanc 146. I can get back to you with measurements when I get the pen back.



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Posted 18 January 2017 - 11:05

Hi Chris,

Below the section grip specifications for the Conid Bulkfillers

1- Slimline : concave grip , minimal diameter 9.7mm, maximum 10.8mm, concave length  27mm.

2- Minimalistica : conical shaped grip  medium diameter 11.2mm , front diameter 10.3mm  diameter12.5mm at 20mm from front of section.

3- Regular : concave grip, minimal diameter10.4mm, maximum diameter 11.9mm, concave length 19mm.

4- Kingsize : concave grip ,minimal diameter11.9mm, maximum diameter 12.7mm, concave length 19mm.

FYI :The conical section of a modern MB 149 measures at the middle of the cone 13mm.

Hope this helps !

Best regards,

Francis



#4 ChrisA

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Posted 18 January 2017 - 12:01

Thank you very much Francis, that helps a lot!



#5 Lloyd

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Posted 18 January 2017 - 22:40

It helps me, too!


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