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Discussion in 'Pens, Pencils, Notebooks, and Notebook Covers' started by Mumbojumboo, May 3, 2012.
Just got this in the mail today. Solid brass. Very well made, and it takes refills from multiple brands such as the G2 gel refill. Only $20 on Amazon. Love this thing.
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One or more of these daily
I love that southwest kit. Looks great in brass....
Found this at a street arts festival. A bit over-the-top, but that's why I bought it. Actually, handles and writes well.
edit...crappy picture...I'll have to see if I can get a better one.
Is that one of the two-toned zirconium pens that Will sent an e-mail out about?
Yes, sir! This is one of those 2 tone zirconium sliders that Will had for a brief sale!
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It took all I could do not to pull the trigger on one of those, but I knew that my ADD would never be happy with that two-toned look.
I have a titanium Slider that's light, and a brass Slider that's heavy. How's the weight on the zirconium?
Stonewashed my titaner titan pen to match my 0450
Somewhere between steel and titanium per Will.
Clips match the bodies
My current carry is my Pilot Vanishing Point with the Black Carbonesque finish. Love this pen, been kind of on a tear this year buying sub $150 fountain pens but this is it, my end game. (for now) Have had this pen since Christmas and haven't had that urge. Well I might be getting another VP in a different finish. Such a great pen.
I've had the Pilot Vanishing Point pen in my Amazon wish list for a long time. Seeing this post really makes me think of getting it now. This forum makes me spend a lot of money. Ha!
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I have four of the Pilot Vanishing Point pens, including a blue carbonesque; two with fine points and two with medium. These are great pens; never seem to have the nibs go dry as long there is ink in the reservoir (usually I use a converter; sometimes cartridges). Smooth as silk on most paper. But that seems to describe Pilot fountain pens overall; I also have a 'pocket size' M90 as well as a Metropolitan. The Metropolitan was only a $10 pen when I bought it new; writes just as well as the VP's and the M90, all of which were obviously more costly!
For anyone who does not sit at a desk but wants a fountain pen (e.g., doctors, sales people) the VP is great!
Moshe ben David
Really is a great pen, only knock on it is the ink capacity. But I love changing inks, so I get by about a week with one fill. Nib is so smooth.