This is another under $2US pen from Hero. It has a metal exterior similar to some other Heros I have reviewed recently. Here is a link that takes you to one such review, and contains links to others.
Generally these are all-metal pens (except for the feed, a sleeve around the feed, and perhaps a cap liner) with open nibs (though I have seen this one available with a hooded nib). Mine has a rose gold finish that looks a bit like anodized aluminum. They also come in light green, pink, black, white and silver.
The cap has no finial and indeed looks like it was made from a single piece of metal. It slips on and snaps closed securely. At the opposite end of the closed pen the last 3/4" (19mm) is gold color. There is no change in diameter nor trim ring here but the final mm has a reduction of a couple of mm in diameter. The threads on the section are rather loose in the body but do their job well. It is easy to line the threads up to start, and the section seats securely. The cap posts securely as well. It is a tasteful looking pen which one would probably not guess cost only $1.44US.
As with other pens in the series, the slim section is gold colored metal with three flats that are minimally intrusive (no Lamy finger denters). Unlike some of the other pens, this one takes standard international cartridges. In use it is a smooth, wet writer with a tiny bit of flex.