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  1. Just got a Lamy 2K Iconic Stainless Steel, 14k m nib, for few days. Quite a lot of info can be found everywhere I guess yet here are some my little review. ProsExcellent finishingStylistic (my major push-buy-button reason)Smooth wet nibNo hard start, no skipping, won't dry out over-nightLine variation (it surprises me)Good clipPiston fillerGood price with 10% off form cult (compare the price in HK)Write right out from the box ConsReally heavy, surely not for long writing, also not good for shirt pocket.Comparatively small sweet area for the nibCan't see the ink levelStill some ink remains on the section area (using Iroshizuku-murasaki-shikibu)Whole pen, a little bit slippery. (Maybe I don't have a wet hand...) About the weight: it is 55g capped (uncapped 36g).My capped Pilot CH92 PLUS Custom 74 = 44g. Conclusion: It's iconic and really stylistic.The nib performs nicely.Love it. Sorry the lamp is a bit yellow, actually the ink is a very pretty purple indeed... Thanks for stopping by.
  2. truphae_inc

    Review: Montegrappa Revolver

    Hi, everyone! New here, and just did a brief introduction yesterday. Wanted to share a review we did on the upcoming Montegrappa Revolver (limited edition) from the Cult Collection. This is a truly amazing pen with some super unique features - acts like a real revolver without any of the dangers! Feel free to check out our review here: https://www.truphaeinc.com/blogs/truphae-news-and-stories/montegrappa-limited-edition-revolver-stainless-steel-fountain-pen Would love to hear others' thoughts on Montegrappa - one of our favorite brands for the best metalwork!
  3. Hi everyone, I am currently considering buying the Karas Kustoms Ink fountain pen. I am having trouble deciding on a nib material. I want a very rugged pen that I will be able to carry around without fear of breaking and so I also want a nib that will stand the test of time, i.e. resist to corrosion, not bend beyond repair too easily (although I am not much of a flex writer, I don't enjoy a stiff nib either) and generally be easy to maintain. The gold nib is out for me though just because I feel like it really doesn't fit wit the rest of the pen's design although if they ever came out with gold furniture gold would certainly be my main option. Or maybe you will convince me to pick gold despite the clip being silver coloured. I was wondering if I should just go with stainless steel or take a risk with titanium (even though Richard Binder seems to really strongly recommend against using titanium)? Thank you all very much in advance! Edited from the post I originally made. I must have a dreamt that they were offering platinum nibs...
  4. ChrisHenderson

    Wondering About This Metal Sheaffer Pen

    Hi. This is my first post . I'd love to identify this pen and it's age - and then see if I can replace the cap which has broken. The pen is all stainless steel. Overall length with cap on is approx 128mm (5 inches). The pen nib says SheafferS 341. I recall it had a rubber bladder that perished and I've replaced with a plastic piston converter. The metal and rings design seems a little unusual however searching online I haven't noticed anything that seems similar. (Thank you! I'm quite excited to finally be close to learning about it!) The cap has a hard plastic insert that grips the pen body. That hard plastic bit has broken, which means the top of the cap can no longer be attached, hence the sticky tape keeping it on and the clip lying nearby. Do you think I might find a replacement cap for it? Many thanks.
  5. I have been gifted this Waterman pen by a friend, and she tells me it isn't an expensive model, but I can't find out which model it is. Please can anyone identify it? The converter works but has a split in the metal near the front where it fits into the section. I know that it's a CF type of converter from the fitting, so I bought a new one. Sadly, although it fits into the section, it's a smaller diameter than this one that is split. I assume it will still work though. I know these converters aren't easily available.
  6. PEN REVIEW - JINHAO 156 This review is probably late for a a pen which i procured 3 months back. I bought this pen the moment i took a look at it. It looks fabulous as you can see from the image below. Its a beautiful looking shiny silver chrome plated metal pen with a slim and slender profile. Design : The pen is quite sleek which is rounded at the bottom and the cap is fitted with metal clip which is finished in the matte silver finish. The pen comes in two finished stainless steel finish and black shiny finish. The grip section is finished in the matte sliver finish with the rings engraved. The pen operates via a converter filling mechanism which is sub standard in quality. The center-band (bottom of the cap) is finished in matte silver finish which displays the name of the brand and pen. The cap comes with the good spring clip and inner cap lining which is made out of cheep plastic and came out once or twice which then i had to glue to the cap. The silver stainless steel finish is easily prone to smudges but still looks amazing. The balance of pen is not that well when we post the cap, however it feels very amazing when writing without the cap. Fits my small hands perfectly. It will be good for people with small hands and actually lot of ladies will like the pen for size and looks. JInhao 156 – Broken DownNib: The nib is steel M, marked 18 KGP comes with beautiful carving. Its monotone silver finish. The nib however is a disappointment when it comes to writing. It did not glide through like my other Jinhao pens, rather i had to apply some pressure to write. Even after some fine tuning i was not happy with the performance of a nib. Feed is made of the plastic. Pros: Great Stainless Steel Finish Sleek and Slender Low CostCons: Poor inner lining plastic cap Bad Nib Cheap quality converterBelow is my hand written review in detail for further reference. Bottom line: I will not recommend buying it.
  7. Hey all, So I've always been partial to all chrome/"white metal" pens since buying my first "real" pen -- a Sheaffer Javelin. I'm thinking of introducing a new branch to my collection of these pens and I'm asking for assistance in gathering alternatives. There are four limiting parameters: 1) the pen cannot have gold furniture (i.e., it must have chrome/rhodium trim), 2) the pen must have a gold nib/gold nib option available (rhodium plated), and 3) the pen needs to be relatively affordable (i.e., no limited editions, YoLs are probably out, too). Here are those that I've found so far: - Lamy 2000M - Lamy Studio Stainless Steel - Lamy Studio Palladium (I own this pen) - Lamy Studio Platinum - Lamy CP1 Stainless Steel - Lamy Logo Stainless Steel - Lamy Dialog 3 Palladium - Sheaffer Legacy Heritage Deep Cut Palladium (I own this pen) - Waterman Carene Essential Silver - Parker Premier Titanium - Cross Townsend Platinum Plated - Pilot Silverns Any others to add to the list would be greatly appreciated as well as thoughts on the above list and/or suggested pens that you own or have had experience with. Thanks! Paul
  8. I just won a Pilot pen off ebay, without really knowing much about it. I am wondering if anyone here can tell me the model. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Japanese-Pilot-Stainless-Steel-Flighter-Fountain-Pen-/331262745684?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2047675.l2557&nma=true&si=EtOjJU%252F1OKVItAW8i%252FTa6FG%252BuA4%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc I don't normally bid on things I don't know much about, but I've been looking for a flighter style pen with a fine, semi-hooded nib, and this seemed like it would satisfy those requirements. Knowing exactly which model I have is mostly for my own satisfaction. Thanks for any help JS
  9. http://www.iguanasell-pics.com/photos/logos/fpn_logo_45_45.png See all our items @ FPN Montegrappa Fortuna Fountain Pen - Palladium - ISFOR-PCBrand New in Box - Warranty by authorised Dealer - Free Shipping CHARACTERISTICS: Brand Montegrappa Description Montegrappa fountain pen Nib Polished stainless steel nib. Finish Resin and palladium trims Closure System Screw-on Filling System Converter/cartridge filling system Dimensions (capped/uncapped) 13,4cm (5.3") / 12,6cm (5") Warranty (years) 2 Line Fortuna Reference ISFOR-PC Special features: Fortuna pens are inspired in the roman goddess of success and fortune.These pens are finished in a simple yet beautiful design.The thick body and cap, difference them from other Montegrappa pens as well as the new design for the clip.The famous rolling ball on the clip is still present but it is wider and shaped differently than other Montegrappa pens.The pen comes in three different models, being the palladium version the most classic of all.Includes original box and papers as well as international warranty on manufacturing flaws for 2 years. CONDITIONS:The item is brand new in original box and comes with all papers and warranty stamped at the moment of the purchase by authorised dealerList price: $240 - Contact us for a personalized offer Payment Methods: PayPalCredit cardGoogle CheckoutMoney Order (We have Bank accounts in the US as well as in Europe)Cash on Delivery (Euro Countries) Free Expedited Shipping (UPS or Fedex) to the US, Canada and European Union. Other countries, $18 (shared shipping costs) ABOUT US: We are an international company with more than three (3) years of experience in e-commerce, duly registered in the US and Europe. We are present on the most important Marketplaces such as eBay and Amazon, ecommerce sites: shopping.com, yahoo shopping... and our own website You can take a look at our eBay feedback here or read the opinions of other forum members: 1 , 2, or 3 CONTACT:To contact us, just write us a pm, orsend us an email to info@iguanasell.com http://iguanasell-pics.com/photos/E224/Montegrappa-Fortuna-Fountain-Pen-Palladium-ISFOR-PC-ISFOR-PC-1.jpg http://iguanasell-pics.com/photos/E224/Montegrappa-Fortuna-Fountain-Pen-Palladium-ISFOR-PC-ISFOR-PC-2.jpg http://iguanasell-pics.com/photos/E224/Montegrappa-Fortuna-Fountain-Pen-Palladium-ISFOR-PC-ISFOR-PC-3.jpg http://iguanasell-pics.com/photos/E224/Montegrappa-Fortuna-Fountain-Pen-Palladium-ISFOR-PC-ISFOR-PC-4.jpg http://iguanasell-pics.com/photos/E224/Montegrappa-Fortuna-Fountain-Pen-Palladium-ISFOR-PC-ISFOR-PC-5.jpg http://iguanasell-pics.com/photos/E224/Montegrappa-Fortuna-Fountain-Pen-Palladium-ISFOR-PC-ISFOR-PC-6.jpg http://iguanasell-pics.com/photos/E224/Montegrappa-Fortuna-Fountain-Pen-Palladium-ISFOR-PC-ISFOR-PC-7.jpg http://iguanasell-pics.com/photos/E224/Montegrappa-Fortuna-Fountain-Pen-Palladium-ISFOR-PC-ISFOR-PC-8.jpg Don't miss the video!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M82nBwy29Fg CONDITIONS:The item is brand new in original box and comes with all papers and warranty stamped at the moment of the purchase by authorised dealerList price: $240 - Contact us for a personalized offer Payment Methods: PayPalCredit cardGoogle CheckoutMoney Order (We have Bank accounts in the US as well as in Europe)Cash on Delivery (Euro Countries) Free Expedited Shipping (UPS or Fedex) to the US, Canada and European Union. Other countries, $18 (shared shipping costs) ABOUT US: We are an international company with more than three (3) years of experience in e-commerce, duly registered in the US and Europe. We are present on the most important Marketplaces such as eBay and Amazon, ecommerce sites: shopping.com, yahoo shopping... and our own website You can take a look at our eBay feedback here or read the opinions of other forum members: 1 , 2, or 3 CONTACT:To contact us, just write us a pm, orsend us an email to info@iguanasell.com More Montegrappa pens on our website Thanks for looking!----------------------------- Website: www.iguanasell.comJoin our newsletter for special promotions and news http://static.anuncios.ebay.es/images/dailydeals/dm/icon_facebook_24.png Follow us on Facebookhttp://static.anuncios.ebay.es/images/dailydeals/dm/icon_twitter_24.png Follow us on Twitter: @Iguana_sell
  10. Hello Everybody Like I say in the title I’m looking to buy a new fountain pen, but I have a profile for what I’m looking for. I’m not in the rush; maybe I’ll but it in the next 2 months. I have a list with some pens that I like how look like is and I’m waiting for expert’s opinion. So let’s start, in the order that I prefer: Pilot MR , price £19, online UK Sheaffer 100, price £27 DeGruchy Store Parker Frontier flighter, price £9, shipped from India Jinhao X750, price £6, shipped from China Sheaffer Targa, vintage, Ebay from £25Now the features for my likes: All brushed metal, S. SteelGood balance, Heavy (25-35grams)About 14-15cm long, cap onNot too thin/thick (~1,3 cm)F to M, wet and smooth nib (like Lamy Safari nibs)Strong pocket clip, chrome trimsSecure post capEasy to clean, maintainInternational cartridges/converter (i know Parker and Sheaffer are using proprietary system) I did try to catch everything I want from a daily pen, mainly used for quick notes, quick writing on cheap paper. My first choice will be Pilot MR because of international C/C filling system, but I don't know how looks in reality, I’ve seen only online...The second pen, Sheaffer 100 I’ve seen in the shop and is very good looking pen, witch thick all my boxes except filling system. Any other pens that you think I should have a look please recommend it.





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