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Looking for suggestions: What do you think are the best fountain pens that can hide in plain sight at an office? Something that writes smoothly, but isn't flashy or call too much attention to itself as a fountain pen? Something that doesn't look expensive, but still functions well? Something that looks kind of average? Something that can be used at an open-plan office, then be left in a pen cup on a desk (mixed with other standard issue ballpoints, etc.)? Dark colored, not-blingy bodies would be best for this. Disposables, like the Pilot Varsity, are good office options, but I'd like so
I don't mean to brag or anything, I'm just curious. I live in a country which most of the world would consider poor, and it realy is for most of us, so I don't have a large amount of money to spend on pens, and I like expensive pens, why wouldn't I, that's why I rely on buying on online sites, where people sell different items, including fountain pens. I rarely buy fountain pens from the store, my most expensive one was a Pelikan m600, for 290$, but that's not the point. The point is that recently got a very nice deal on some pens, new, 8 to be exact : 3 Lamy dialog (shiny white and black, m
This is a review of a new pen I got recently, it was a complete impulse purchase but I was pleasantly surprised. First Impressions (6/10) This pen isn’t exactly a looker, but I wasn’t expecting that for $1.25. It came in a packaged envelope, and the pen was directly inside. (No box) It is made entirely of plastic (except the nib, obviously), and feels light in the hand. It did, however, come with a convertor, which helped my first impression of it. Appearance (4/10) Like I said before, the pen doesn’t look all that great (In my opinion). It is beige colored, and the cap has little