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A few weeks ago I went shopping around for a new fountain pen to use at my law office. I was looking for something average-priced, good-looking and with a fine, flexible nib. So I went to a bookstore in downtown Athens, and finally bought the only Pilot fountain pen available that had a fine nib. Between the rather clunky Metropolitan, which only came with a medium nib, and this one, I chose the latter. While the pen looks and feels great, I'm curious because the model, Pilot Classic FNBP-300R, doesn't match with any Pilot pens marketed on websites abroad. I was thinking that it might be a k
JustWrite Pen Company posted a topic in The MallI had heard a lot of positive reviews about these pens but I was still surprised at how good they are when I finally got my hands on one. I've been using a blue one pretty steadily for over a week now and it seems utterly foolproof. It writes first time every time with no coaxing at all. I've had lots of requests to stock this pen because they are hard to find in Australia but I was never keen on the idea of 'disposable' fountain pens. But they are such foolproof pens I thought they'd be ideal for 'converting' people to fountain pens and they are surprisingly easy to refill anyway. We're sel
plumon posted a topic in Japan - AsiaI have a couple of AD 2000 Dunhills, which IMO are wonderful pens, and was wondering if they are made by Pilot. In the past, Pilot produced the Dunhill Namikis (are they still being produced?) and I was told that they also did other Dunhills. Is this true? Maybe they only make their nibs . . . Would appreciate your input.