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bestillmysoul

I am very attracted to bright colors in fountain pens, especially when they are contrasted with black and metal.

Some examples would be new series of Parker Jotter (both ball pen and fountain pen).

Among Indian pens, one example I can think of is Click Aristocrat Orange/Red/Pink colour FP.

What are some fountain pens (that can be bought from India) that have attractive combination of plain, bright colours or pastel colours?

 

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PenBBS and Lorelei pens with bodies made of the 'Autumn' acrylic.

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Look for acrylic pens.

 

Guider makes quite a few. Ranga and ASA too. Then you have the WALITY 69A. Also there are some nice ones on the Lotus website.

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Cheapy cheapy pens, I bought some 'Camay' at the market in Chanderi, MP. Disco neon yellow and pink. I wish I'd bought the whole box - the sun comes out when I use them!

 

I think they were 90 rupees each or something.

Too many pens, too little time!

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Most Ebonite pens come with bright color options and designs, contrast can be done but will be dependent on manufacturer and models. Any Acrylic pen will come in bright colors getting metal and contrast is a bit hard in most manufactures.

ASA, Wality, Ranga, Lotus and Camlin comes to mind from India. Then their are assortment of pens available in local market and brick and mortar store (bought cheap camlin with same design and looks for Rs 100). Platinum and pilot have updated their lines with interesting colors abid lack of metal and contrast color in most but might give a look.

 

Edit: Chek vazir fountain pens..they look just great and cut all of your criteria (bright color, shiny and metallic)

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