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Visconti Homo Sapiens Bronze Age


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Hi!

I'm probably going to purchase one in the next few weeks but I have never owned a Visconti and I was wondering if anyone here could tell me if I can refill it with standard international European cartridges. Thanks!

Kind regards,

Dingan

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All Homo Sapiens pens are self filler, you can only fill from a bottle. The Maxi Bronze age and Crystal are powerfillers (i.e vac), all the rest are "piston" (I put piston in quotes because these are more like captive converters).

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All Homo Sapiens pens are self filler, you can only fill from a bottle. The Maxi Bronze age and Crystal are powerfillers (i.e vac).

 

The actual Oversize Steel Age is a power filler, too. You can actually get both versions - I do not know, if they will do it in parallel or if this is old / new version...

There are no facts, there is no truth - just a data to be manipulated...

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The actual Oversize Steel Age is a power filler, too. You can actually get both versions - I do not know, if they will do it in parallel or if this is old / new version...

 

Only a small batch were powerfillers. By and large they are piston. I bought one not realizing that they had switched to piston.

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Only a small batch were powerfillers. By and large they are piston. I bought one not realizing that they had switched to piston.

 

I thought only the midi and the steel maxi was a pistonfiller and the bronze maxi is still powerfillers (or something like that)?

True bliss: knowing that the guy next to you is suffering more than you are.

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I thought only the midi and the steel maxi was a pistonfiller and the bronze maxi is still powerfillers (or something like that)?

Yes. The comment was about the Steel Maxi.

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Only a small batch were powerfillers. By and large they are piston. I bought one not realizing that they had switched to piston.

 

Sure with this? I thought it was viceversal...

 

In this case: good to know - I will try to get the power filler Steel Age Oversize asap... :wub:

There are no facts, there is no truth - just a data to be manipulated...

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Sure with this? I thought it was viceversal...

 

In this case: good to know - I will try to get the power filler Steel Age Oversize asap... :wub:

Yes, it's true. Good luck trying to find a power filler Steel Age, I don't know how you would recognize one but I know for sure that none of the usual dealers have any available.
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Yes. The comment was about the Steel Maxi.

 

Doh, sorry, i missed that!

True bliss: knowing that the guy next to you is suffering more than you are.

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I don't get why they're made of ''sicillian volcano lava''

that makes them the rather expensive pens they are

if you ask me it could all be less posh and less expensive with less lava :P

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I don't get why they're made of ''sicillian volcano lava''

that makes them the rather expensive pens they are

if you ask me it could all be less posh and less expensive with less lava :P

Sure, if they would make a gold pen from steel with some gold coloured paint it would be cheaper as well...

 

Why not buy a Bic stick? still cheaper. (can't go much lower, unless you go for free hand-outs....)

 

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normally the biggest model is a vac filler

Pens are like watches , once you start a collection, you can hardly go back. And pens like all fine luxury items do improve with time

 

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