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Visconti Question

visconti power filler

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#1 Driften



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Posted 13 July 2018 - 16:40

I just got an HS Elegance and am loving it. Now I am thinking of my next Visconti. I want something that is not a normal C/C but most of the current power fillers only have ink windows on LE models. So I am thinking about some of the older style power fillers that are more like converters. Which models had these and are they any better then standard converters? I would think they would hold less them current power fillers (single or double) and about the same or a little more then the normal converter. I would mostly hope they flow better then standard converters. 

I know the opera master black Guilloche and Australian pens like the Barrier Reef have them. I am sure there were other models. 

Here is a picture of what I am talking about.



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Posted 13 July 2018 - 19:34

The EU commemorative had one

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Posted 13 July 2018 - 23:15

The Visconti Casanova has a roughly similar system.  The barrel can be unscrewed and pulled back to provide visibility of the ink chamber on this power filler.

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