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Although it references the now-past Valentines Day (according to my wife, this should be every day), please take a look if you haven't visited. I still have a few of the LE Conklin Duraflex Elements and Freedom pens left in stock -- as well as several other pens selected for the Day of Love. http://hisnibs.com/ConklinDuraflexElements3PenRandom_small1.jpg http://hisnibs.com/ConklinDuraFlexFreedomMain2_small.jpg
Duraflex by Conklin I bought it from Singapore for months already, the pen is wonderful in looking, big size, all black with rose gold details, affordable, and limited edition with individual number engraved on the barrel... Oh wow, you name it, it has it. I finally use the pen days ago, using Iroshuzuku Murasaki-Shikibu (a wonderful purple colour). I have the pen flushed before using, and yes, within 20 minutes, I regret it. Very disappointed. As mentioned on many forums around, hard start problem appears as frequent as it can and it rails even not pressing hard for some line variations
Several days ago, after monitoring my email account for several hours and having several brief online chats with Jessica (at Goulet Pens) I received the notification that the Limited Edition Conklin Duraflex fountain pen was now available for ordering. The one I ordered came in today's mail a few minutes ago. Okay, yes, I jumped to open the package immediately. A quick flush with a drop of dish cleaning fluid and I am ready to write. First off, this pen and nib will never be confused with with any wet noodle pen that I am familiar with. It's a nice writer, with some feedback (may do some
Just in... The Conklin Duraflex 120th Anniversary Fountain Pen. This is a limited edition pen with only 1898 made. Each pen has been individually numbered on the barrel. Made with a blue and black marbled resin and rose gold trim. Each pen comes in a gift box and a 30ml bottle of Conklin blue fountain pen ink.