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New Omas Paragon size comparison


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I took a few shots showing the OMAS Paragon against a few common pens to show the relative size. I will add one with an older Omas Paragon as well when I get some time. The Omas Paragon is an outstanding pen by the way!

 

Brad

 

The pens are as follows:

 

Aurora

Omas Paragon

Mont Blanc 149

Mont Blanc 146

 

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It looks like there have been a lot of changes in the Paragon since I got mine, including making it bigger.

 

 

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I love mine, currently its my daily user pen

 

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MB 149 YWC, MB Doue BP, Parker Sterling Silver Cisele BP & RB

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This is a really good comparison. The new paragon for me is too big and metal section slippery. Having said that, I think a good alternative is the smaller milord size that appears to have a plastic section (have not checked it out yet AFA construction). If you have the hands for it the paragon is a nice pen with the added plus of being a piston filler. Thanks.

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This is a really good comparison. The new paragon for me is too big and metal section slippery. Having said that, I think a good alternative is the smaller milord size that appears to have a plastic section (have not checked it out yet AFA construction). If you have the hands for it the paragon is a nice pen with the added plus of being a piston filler. Thanks.

 

Yup, the newer Milord is a plastic section.

 

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I had the opportunity to compare both the Milord and Paragon versions in celluloid. the Milord had a cheap feel and sound when screwing the cap on that the Paragon did not.

 

Brad

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