Visconti Opera Metal Review

Italian pen maker Visconti introduced its Opera line of fountain pens in 2003, to much acclaim. In the intervening years,...

[Finished] Bexley Gaston’s Exclusive Review

The Ohio-based pen company Bexley first helped to make its name by creating custom pen lines for stores and collectors....

Delta Vintage Review

Italian manufacturer, Delta, produces a truly mind-boggling array of pen models and variations thereof. Their stock of materials and finishes...

Diplomat Excellence A Evergreen Review

I was first introduced to the Diplomat brand of fountain pens toward the end of my third season when I...

Conid Bulkfiller Regular Review

If you were to lay my fountain pen collection out on a table and ask 100 people to describe it,...

Sheaffer Legacy II Review

Sheaffer was one of the earliest and most successful pen companies in the world. Despite this, or perhaps because of...

Waterman’s Ideal No. 56 (Semi-flex)

In nearly four years of fountain pens, I haven’t invested a lot of time in learning about vintage pens. As...

Tactile Turn Gist Review

In late 2015, a gentleman named Will Hodges, owner of the company Tactile Turn, launched a campaign on the popular...

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