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Any Experience With Montblanc Heritage Rollerball?



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Hi guys!

Im looking forwards to adding easy-to-use and simple-looking non-fountain pen to my daily use. (Jotting, sometimes on not-so-good paper).

 

Ive narrowed down to the list below-

1. Lamy 2000 (with g2 refill)

2. Montblanc Heritage 1912 (black or stainless steel)

3. Montblanc ultra black classique ballpoint

 

I love how montblanc ultra black looks, but am not sure if I like that showy white star. Sort of feel too monogram-ish. Anyone use Monteverde capless gel refill MB ballpoint? How do you find it?

 

Also, would appreciate any experience you have with Montblanc Heritage 1912. Is the stainless steel marks prone? Slippery? If so Ill have to cross it out and consider just the normal black version.

 

So doing my own math, I would love to consider all four, but specifically Lamy 2000, and MB black heritage 1912. Thoughts please! Thank you (:

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Hello wpj_ole,

 

I just got the MontBlanc Heritage 1912 black version. I love it, it is a really good pen. I find it extremely smooth and nice to write with. I would recommend it. My only complaint is that it uses a special capless rollerball system, there are very few MontBlanc pens that use this refill system, so it can be tricky but not too hard to get. I have found that you can open the top of one up and refill it with a jar of ink, so you don't have to keep buying new refills. I hope that this helps.

 

Field_Marshal

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I have refilled classic MB rollerball refills a few times before they start leaking. Don't overfill. but saved a lot of money doing this.

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