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  1. osallent

    Pelikan M600 Vibrant Orange

    Some of you may remember my thread from the other day, talking about my new M101N Red Tortoiseshell....my first Pelikan for more than a decade. Well, I wanted to wait to see the M600 Limited Edition for this year before deciding to add another Pelikan, but I saw this M600 Orange Vibrant at some dealer called Goulet Pens. I don't know anything about this dealer, but their website came up when I was searching for some Pelikan inks, and it looked legit. Hopefully they are not some shady back alley pen store. Anyway, I'm not particularly a fan of orange, but I like the loudness of this pen fo
  2. Hey everyone! Thanks to the success of my post asking about your favorite pens for less than $200 I've come very close to deciding on which pen I want. Two pens in my top three are from that list and the third is above budget but looks really nice. My current picks are: Sailor 1911L in black and silverLamy 2000Pelikan M605 Transparent whiteI've had a chance to hold all three of these pens in person after a nice day trip to Toronto. Out of those three my two favorites are the Lamy 2000 and the Pelikan M605. I do really like the Sailor 1911L but its boring and a fingerprint magnet, it al
  3. andymcc

    Pelikan M600 Nib Advice Please

    I've recently acquired an M600 with a medium nib, the pen is fantastic and being a little bigger than my M400 is a perfect fit for my hand, the only issue I'm having is the nib. I usually go for fine or extra fine nibs but didn't really have a choice with this pen and I'm finding the medium far to wide for me, although it's brilliantly smooth and I'm pretty sure I'm outside the nib swap period, I know the M400 nib fits the M600 but it looks a bit odd when fitted even though it's only a tiny bit smaller and it would mean no nib in my M400. The only option I can think of is to purchase a new E
  4. Been following this auction for 3 days and am a bit surprised nobody has even nibbled or shown intent. http://www.ebay.com/itm/111442027991?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649
  5. AustinMalone1999

    Entry Level . . . For Pelikan

    I have collected many mid-level pens recently. I want to get a Pelikan, I just want a smooth writer with some spring when I get bored in class. I do not have a pen pouch, Pelikan remedies that. My question is, should I go for the 200, 400, or 600. I like all mediums, German and Japanese. Which one will provide me with enough spring, which is the best value, and which one is ideal for a student? Do they tend to be wet or dry? What finishes do you recommend?
  6. Here are my thoughts on the Vintage Pelikan 400 EF Tortoise I recently received. For comparison, I'll rely heavily on my experience with a modern Pelikan M600 Souveran and a Lamy 2000. First Impressions (10) The Pelikan 400 is absolutely gorgeous with the tortoise finish! I love the color variations. http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3818/9689506858_0e1703f821_b.jpg Vintage Pelikan 400 & Modern Pelikan M600 Souveran by astrophoenix, on Flickr Appearance and Design (10) On first glance, the 400 looks just like a modern Pelikan Souveran, only missing some gold bands (which I personally
  7. caric

    M600 Nibs Changed Material?

    I have a Pelikan M600 I bought new in late 2011. the nib is stamped with "14C 585": http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8401/8708408764_8772cdcb6e_b.jpgPelikan M600 by astrophoenix, on Flickr so I'm thinking it's a 14-karat gold nib. yet on the web, I'm seeing pelikan m600s for sale where the description says 18k nibs. have they changed the nibs recently?

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