I see the Man 100 and 200 pens described both with and without the definite article. So should they be "Le Man" or just "Man". And anyway, why "Man"? They came after the Gentleman, so was it an attempt to reach a wider market or just a reflection that society was becoming more egalitarian, and the concept of a gentlemen was outmoded?
But while we are on the subject of men and gentlemen, I note that the Man pens fetch significantly higher prices than the poor Gentlemen, Were they better pens (it seems unlikely), or are there fewer of them?
I must declare an interest. I don't own any Men (they are too expensive), but have 5 Gentlemen, and love them. They are elegant and understated and reassuringly solid. True gentlemen, in fact.