Which pen brands/models have an integrated ink fill system?
In other words, pens that do not have a converter and the ink fill system is integral to the pen and has less chance of leaking, the pen "tube" is filled with ink vs a converter or inner piece?
I have 2 Pelican M200's and like the ink fill system. It holds a lot of ink.
The tiny converter in a Lamy Safari which doesn't hold much and I don't trust it leaking. And, the squeeze rubber bulb in a Pilot Metro also seems not to hold much nor seem as long term reliable due to the rubber.
Newbie here so my terminology or description is probably not correct. I hope my question is clear.
Thanks for your help.
Great forum. Learning a lot.