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Review of 2 Harley Waterman's


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#1 DeaconKC

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Posted 09 April 2008 - 03:39

In the last 2 months I've picked up 2 Harley Davidson Waterman pens on ebay. They are my daily carry pens for work now as they are metal and fit my hand well. [I have large paws]. Both were under $20 and included warranties and converters. The first is chromed and sports a medium nib. This one writes at any angle loves Quink. The second is blue/gray in color, has a medium nib and writes nicely with Quink, but is a little fussy about the angle it is held at while writing. I used my old Sheaffer Junior as the comparison, also loaded with Quink, it sports a fine point and is an effortless writer, this one is my "Sunday go to meeting" pen.
Neither writes as smoothly as the Sheaffer,but it has been around for 60+ years. However, they areboth very comfortable for someone with larger hands. My Junior is a bit delicate feeling to me,but is my favorite pen. As I make my living in Law Enforcement, ruggedness or throw-away cost are important. Both the Waterman's are well built enough to stand up to the abuse that can happen to stuff.



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Posted 09 April 2008 - 03:47

Nice!! I have the slate blue one. I believe the model is called the Combustion.

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