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  1. Hello. I'm in the market for a Pelikan m800, but I've read a review or two mentioning the pen is slightly back heavy ( towards the piston nob), even unposted. I had a Pelikan Ductus, and thought the same thing about it. I didn't like this and sold it. Does anyone own both to tell me if this is true. I really like the ballance of the pelikan m600 (perfect in my opinion). Is the m800 different?
  2. http://www.iguanasell-pics.com/photos/logos/fpn_logo_45_45.png See all our items @ FPN Pelikan Fountain Pen Souverän M805 Series - Black/BlueBrand New in Box - Warranty by authorised Dealer - Free Shipping CHARACTERISTICS: Brand Pelikan Description Pelikan fountain pen Nib 18K/750 solid gold nib with rhodium trim Finish High quality resin & gold plated trims Closure System Screw-on Filling System Piston Filler Dimensions (capped/uncapped) 14cm (5.51in) / 12,5cm (4.92in) Warranty (years) 2 Line Souverän Reference 933481 Special features:Diamond-ground surface.Silver plated trims and pelikan beak shape clip.Hand-crafted, finely engraved 14 carat gold nib with rhodium decoration.Silver plated ring at the ink-handle and small decorative ring in the front section.Classic plunger mechanism. 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 dealerPrice: 320€ / $415 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/C421/Pelikan-Fountain-Pen-Souveran-M805-Series-Black-Blue-933481-1.jpg http://iguanasell-pics.com/photos/C421/Pelikan-Fountain-Pen-Souveran-M805-Series-Black-Blue-933481-2.jpg http://iguanasell-pics.com/photos/C421/Pelikan-Fountain-Pen-Souveran-M805-Series-Black-Blue-933481-3.jpg http://iguanasell-pics.com/photos/C421/Pelikan-Fountain-Pen-Souveran-M805-Series-Black-Blue-933481-4.jpg http://iguanasell-pics.com/photos/C421/Pelikan-Fountain-Pen-Souveran-M805-Series-Black-Blue-933481-5.jpg 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 dealerPrice: 320€ / $415 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 Pelikan 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
  3. Hello everyone! I am a newbie here and this is my first review ever but first, please allow me to make a short introduction of my review. I am since long time a passionated collector of fountain pens, mostly not very expensive, though very functional and beautiful, sometimes even more than the expensive ones. I have had contact with a chinese seller for almost one year, last year actually and I bought from him a couple of stunning Hero's, Jinhao's and Wing Sung. I am also the proud owner of an Inoxcrom Caravelle from the '40's, Two stunning Italix Parsons Essential from Mr.Pen, a sight for sore eyes, two Dallaiti, which I bought in Italy where a friend of mine runs a small papeterie shop, three Reform 1745, the Pelikan's look-a-like, a super Parker 21, bought from an hungarian seller, a lot of beautiful rollerballs of all brands too and I believe I have to stop because they really are too much to make a list!!! As avid collector, I am of course never tired of looking for new ones! Sometimes, collectors runs into lucky bargains thanks to the lack of knowledge of some sellers. Well, today, I went to a local indoor flea market in Antwerp and, looking through the many things, my sight fell for something very unusual to see here: a Pelikan N100. At first, I couldn't belive my eyes, these kind of pens are usually seldom property of very big collectioners of Pelikan's itself. I approached the seller and asked to take a look, he told me I could, very friendly indeed I have to say, and while my eyes were just fondling as I touched that small beauty, he told me I could make money taking the nib off and selling it because it was made of gold! I chilled for a couple of seconds and answered him that it would have been a crime to buy such a pen and then sell the nib only for a couple of euro. I added that if I would have purchased the pen, I would have enjoyed it to the max. There was an small etiquette with a 30 on, that was the price he asked for the pen, 30 euro. I didn't mùnd at all paying that price for such a finding but, I admit I was tempted by letting it fall because he couldn't even tell me if it worked. H ekept insisting that it was a nice collector item but, even if it was, in my eyes, it had to work. He saw I wanted the pen but was doubting so, he proposed me a new price, 20 euro, I didn't even asked it. What would you have done in my place? I took the chance, if the pen didn't work I could always try to sell it again for parts. I pad him, he was happy and I was happy too, I admit it. Once at home, I couldn't wait to clean the pen and see if this was my lucky day or not. I kept the nib under cold water first and kept flushing for about fifteen minutes first. When I saw that the ink kept coming out, I deceided to remove the nib and clean it first apart and then I started flushing the barrel throughout. I suppose that the previous owner never flushed the pen before or he used a very bad ink. I am well known for being a die hard guy and my patience is difficult to bring to a low level so, I kept flushing. After almost one hour, I hoped that all the water iI used was worth the expense, cleaned everything dry, put the barrel not entirely turned in a glass to allow water excesses to come eventually out, lay the nib on a kleenex and the cap too. A couple of hours later, my curiosity was eating me alive! I took the nib, plugged it again on the barrel and took my bottle of Pelikan ink, the one I mostly use for all my piston or converter pens and started to fill. Guys, I wish you were all present to enjoy as much as I did when I started writing witht this amazing Pelikan! I had not already the chance to take pictures of the pen or the way it writes but I can assure you, this is really the best bargain I have ever made! A 395 USD and more valued fountain pen for just 20 euro!!! Unbelieveable! I was struggling since months to buy a Pelikan M400 and didn't do it because of the high price, looked for a Pelikan everywhere but they were so expensive even on Ebay and now I have the chance to own a piece of history, a true Pelikan N100 form the past century, actually from the '40's, a eighty years old fountain pen that still serve as then, writes and turns beautifully! I know it's exagerated but I really feel blessed from this purchase and I really hope to enjoy this pen for many years to come! I will add some pics later. Thanks for giving me the chance to belong here and to express my joy through this post! Rosario Di Rubbo





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