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  1. From the album: Japanese pens

    Platinum's current line-up of Vicoh fountain pen models as of Christmas 2020.

    © Platinum Pen

  2. A Smug Dill

    Daiso Preppy-wannabe pens colour range

    From the album: Chinese pens

    These fountain pens are Daiso's answer to the Platinum Preppy, with the clear, lightly coloured pen bodies and spring-loaded inner caps. Unlike the Chinese-made Platinum Riviere PTR-200, which Daiso also sells, they are not co-branded. These pens started appearing, here in Sydney, late in August 2020. I've only ever seen them in one store in the four months since, even though there are three Daiso stores within walking distance of each other. My first impressions are that these pens are of much better product quality than the PTR-200. The nib width grade is not stated anywhere, eit
  3. ibrahim

    My Pelikan M75 Go!

    Finally my long-awaited pen has come in the mail, M75 Go! I bought it in the first place because I was hoping for a Pelikan pen which has a snap cap and a nice grip, and I was pleased with both features. As I was opening the box, I noticed some actual dirt on the pen, even though it was shipping from Germany, not some Arabian desert somewhere. This was our vendor https://www.ebay.com/usr/jc.designkunst?ul_ref=https%253A%252F%252Frover.ebay.com%252Frover%252F0%252Fe11401.m1842.l44715%252F7%253Feuid%253D3cce20483084419f91fba57c90cf70fd%2526bu%253D43450942643%2526loc%253Dhttps%25253A%25252F%25252
  4. Waltz For Zizi

    The Snap Cap

    Does anyone know when the snap cap fountain pen was introduced? Were there any in around 1940 or only screw caps? Edit: apart from the parker 51, which was apparently launched in 1941. Were there before it snap caps?
  5. pedrosousa83

    Pilot Prera Durability

    Hi guys, I´m a recent owner of 2 pilot prera, one in a beautiful dark brown and one in clear black. I must say, the nib is wonderful for such a small pen! I really love the pen which as become my EDC. Usually I´m a screw type pen but in the case of the prera I couldn´t resist.... Although I love the clicky sound when it closes, I´m a little concerned the snap cap mechanism will wear out very quickly.... I believe the inner cap secures the cap, but because it´s plastic I believe it will not last many years of daily use This one is for those of you who have a prera for a long time: Ho
  6. Hello everyone To be clear I am searching for a new pen around ~100€ to replace my Lamy 2000, which finally doesn't suits me. I found it too heavy for daily use in high-school + as I am lefty, I didn't find it comfortable enough.My reference pen was during one year the Lamy Safari (wet F), not the best ink capacity but the best comfort I found among others (parker sonnet, 45, 2000, fpr) and the best facility of use ; it's just reliable - solid - working. I) So what's essential for my pen is : 1 - Snap Cap : This is a must for me in fast note-taking, I just don't really like the screwi
  7. Hello all, Since october last year I am hooked in Fps, and as an high school student I want now to change my Lamy Safari that I am using since last october. I have tried also a Parker 45, Sailor highace Neo, Fpr triveni Jr (indian pen). I am searching for a pen with : - metal construction by preference (a little tired by it on the safari), more consistent design. - a snap-cap (much more handy to take notes) - not with "friction" as on the P45, which clips immediately. - Not Japanese, because I always found myself confused to find an equivalent to the Lamy F, for me with my us





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