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A New Slimline Joined The Conid Flock : The Cavens Pen !


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Hi Conid fans!

Below a link to the Conid site on which you can see this new "Slimline" bulk filler version.

Also enjoy the wonderful story of Mr Cavens, a dedicated teacher who insisted to remain a first grade teacher so he could guide and learn his pupils during their first writing steps.

Enjoy !

best regards,

Francis

https://www.conidpen.com/the-cavens-pen/

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I got to try one of the Slimline pens last spring at a workshop at the Baltimore/Washington Pen Show. Liked the size of it a lot.

Another pen to add to the "when I have money" list.... I really need to stop reading FPN ("Danger! Danger, Will Robinson!" :wallbash:

Ruth Morrisson aka inkstainedruth

"It's very nice, but frankly, when I signed that list for a P-51, what I had in mind was a fountain pen."

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Wonderful looking pen, just wish it had a way to see ink level. Or is the material translucent enough that with a strong backlight you can?

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Wonderful looking pen, just wish it had a way to see ink level. Or is the material translucent enough that with a strong backlight you can?

 

Both the "Minimalistica " and the "Slimline" Bulkfillers d'ont feature an ink window.

And on the Cavens pen the barrel is not translucent .

Francis

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I will be getting one in the next couple of months I am sure.

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Thank you all for your comments !

And Mulrich, probably Conid will start making a Regular in this material.

Stay tuned !

Francis

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Thank you all for your comments !

And Mulrich, probably Conid will start making a Regular in this material.

Stay tuned !

Francis

YES!, Much better than a slim line!
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Thank you all for your comments !

And Mulrich, probably Conid will start making a Regular in this material.

Stay tuned !

Francis

A Regular with the Cavens colored material or one of the other colors you have posted prototypes of?

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double post

 

Edited by Karmachanic

Add lightness and simplicate.

 

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Thank you all for your comments !

And Mulrich, probably Conid will start making a Regular in this material.

Stay tuned !

Francis

Add lightness and simplicate.

 

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I'm with others that prefer a "fatter" pen.

 

But it certainly is a beautiful material (and beautiful story).

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