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Montblanc Legrand VS Inoxcrom Caravel This is a traslation that I did (sorry for my english) from the original post of a friend called Manuleon in a different forum. I have his authorization to put this translation here.
I am new to FPN as of today. Google led me to your site when I decided to see if I could get an Inoxcrom that I bought in France 8 ish years ago to write again. Back then I had no clue what a fountain pen really was or how to take care of it. Still no clue what the pen is other than an Inoxcrom that will use standard cartridges. A good soak managed to clean out the old ink and it seems to be working fine. Let the fun begin!
Last week I bought a Inoxcrom Sirocco solid silver with gold nib. The Sirocco is not manufactured for almost 10 years, but can still be found fountain pens NOS. The Sirocco Inoxcrom measured 14.6 cm long (5.748032in) and 1.5 cm wide (0.5905512in) and Sirocco fountain pens were the highest category of the Spanish brand Inoxcrom. There are different versions, black resin, color green or red marble, but the more expensive versions were half resin and silver or all silver. You could choose between a good jib large steel or gold. http://s23.postimg.org/rrd2oiyqj/siro1.jpg
I recently returned to my happy life of writing with my fountain pens, and as these things go, the tipping on one of my favorite everyday writers pops off. I then put together this post about my first salvage regrind, and FPN goes down for several weeks. The pen in question is an Inoxcrom Daisy pen. It's an inexpensive plastic bodied pen I bought at a bookshop in Boston several years ago. Before the "incident" this tip was on the extra-fine side of fine. A nice steady, smooth writer that occasionally dried up if left uncapped for a long time, but usually very reliable.It was one of my favo