He comissioned Bexley to make 24 pens and put them on sale.
But lets face it its great to admire someone on his bravery but when we spend over 200$ on a pen you want to get a product that is worth it so how did I like the Romulus ?
First I love the shape of the pen,it has a long cap and a long section which lead to a very comfortable pen.The pen is made of resin so it is a light weight pen which I like.I dont mind if a pen is medium weight but my rule of thumb is the lighter the better.The overall quality of the pen is excellent and I loved the feeling of the resin in my hand.
It is a full size pen even though I wouldnt call it an oversize pen.
It has a modern look to it but not overly modern.In my eyes kind of a combination of classic and new.
The white trim is very lovely and goes very well with the very attractive blue resin.
The nib is a two tone gold nib and is what you would call a typical Bexley nib and thats a good thing as it is my experiance Bexley nibs are attractive and very smooth.
So after saying that I was not surprised to see this one was no exception,the nib was very smooth and the flow on it was nice and wet.
The filling mechanism is C/C,the pen comes of course with a converter and what can I say this is a very reliable filling mechanism and works great (I would love to see a piston in your next pen Bryant ).
Where can you get a Limited Edition pen that cost so little ?
I think this pen LE or not LE is a great pen.I enjoye using it and think its a pen you can enjoy for many years.
Cant wait to see what you will come up with next Bryant.
Edited by goodguy, 26 August 2008 - 00:09.