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New Parker Sonnet Design And New Parker Logo?



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Hello,

 

I found this on the website www.parkergift.jp:

 

The Sonnet gets a new redesign (Take a look on the clip) and the Parker Logo is redesigned too.

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Hopefully, the cap seals properly. The nib (ink) dried out with the old/current cap design.

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I only have two pens - an Aurora Optima and others.

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Will those who have tried Sonnet before try this new one?

"Don't hurry, don't worry. It's better to be late at the Golden Gate than to arrive in Hell on time."
--Sign in a bar and grill, Ormond Beach, Florida, 1960.

 

 

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Will those who have tried Sonnet before try this new one?

No. I would not. The nib looks to be the same as on the refresh version.

Khan M. Ilyas

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I have the old and would add the new version to my collection.

 

Best regards.

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I like the direction Parker is going, the Sonnet was due for a new design anyways. The gold nib comes with the metal section while the stainless steel nib comes with the plastic section. Nonetheless it's a design win for me and can't wait to get my hands on one.

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It doesn't make me think I would like to go out and buy one. I think I would prefer to just a gold nib for the polished stainless steel one I have already.

Nature is the one song of praise that never stops singing. - Richard Rohr

Poets don't draw. They unravel their handwriting and then tie it up again, but differently. - Jean Cocteau

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