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Not an entry, I love these pens. I have a couple and they are just terrific. I had one italicized and use it often.

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Not an entry, I love these pens. I have a couple and they are just terrific. I had one italicized and use it often.

I agree completely; these pens tend to be reliable, near-bulletproof EDC pens. I have a few dozen and I don't think I've broken one yet, so I give them away to people as startup pens. (I don't think any of the ones I've away have broken either.)

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Ooooh this one is pretty! I'm in too, please!

I am the tarot reading, bookworm, whiskey drinking, witchcraft practicing, old fashioned writing, aunt Beasty in my family and I love it. Tarot readings for sale or trade, especially ink as I've lost all of my pen stuff from a bad burglary last year. And I need penpals! Anyone interested, please PM me!

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Not an entry, I love these pens. I have a couple and they are just terrific. I had one italicized and use it often.

 

Me, too!

 

I have a bunch of these in different colors and nib sizes. I have been using them since childhood and have always loved them. Even though I have many other much fancier, more expensive pens, I keep coming back to these. Bullet proof, always start, never skip, never clog, write smoothly. They were $1 each at the drugstore when I was a kid.

I have a few of the hard-to-find converters for these, but more often than not I simply refill a cartridge with a syringe.

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