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#1 essayfaire

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Posted 27 November 2018 - 21:31

Does anyone know anything about the Lignan company?  I was lucky enough to win a pen by them in a generous PIF, and can't find out anything about the pen.  It writes very nicely in an EF nib, but an EF that is broader than most (which surprises me in a pen I believe is Asian). An old thread on the forum said the marque was a sub-marque of the Hero company, but I don't know much about them either!

 

I like knowing a little bit about my pens, so I'd appreciate any information y'all can share.  Thanks.


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Posted 28 November 2018 - 01:18

Can you show us the pen it's a bit hard to figure with so generic a description

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Posted 29 November 2018 - 00:00

Can you show us the pen it's a bit hard to figure with so generic a description


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Posted 29 November 2018 - 00:03

Voilà

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Posted 29 November 2018 - 03:10

That's a Lingmo Lorelei in aluminum.   Search the forums, there are many, many threads on that maker and pen.



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Posted 29 November 2018 - 10:10

OK as jekostas puts it, this is the Lingmo Lorelei in the brushed aluminum finish ; it had noting to do with Hero. Its marketed by Shanghai JD, the pen was originally released in thermo injection plastic ( clear , white and blue demo ), then late with turned acrylic, and yet later with Demonstrator finish with colored end finale and the Aluminum finish version is introduced might be around a year or so ago 



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Posted 30 November 2018 - 02:45

OK as jekostas puts it, this is the Lingmo Lorelei in the brushed aluminum finish ; it had noting to do with Hero. Its marketed by Shanghai JD, the pen was originally released in thermo injection plastic ( clear , white and blue demo ), then late with turned acrylic, and yet later with Demonstrator finish with colored end finale and the Aluminum finish version is introduced might be around a year or so ago 

 

 

That's a Lingmo Lorelei in aluminum.   Search the forums, there are many, many threads on that maker and pen.

Thank you! I had misplaced my glasses and misread the name.  Now that I've read up on the Lorelei, I'm not surprised I like the pen.  I have not had any scratchiness issues with it, though I think the EF seems a bit broader than say a Pilot EF does.


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