I like Franklin-Christoph’s pens. Quite a bit, actually. But I’m not generally one of those people who has a case of one-of-everything-itis when it comes to the brand’s offerings. I had a Model 19, Model 02, and Model 66, each …

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I recently had a chance to review one of the newer models (the Himalaya) from value fountain pen retailer Fountain Pen Revolution. It was a pen that utilized one of the company’s inexpensive steel flex nib and was made out …

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Recently, a large Italian company was celebrating its 60th anniversary, and approached the Italian pen manufacturer, Aurora, with a commission to produce a batch of 1,500 pens to give as gifts to its employees. Instead of just any pen, though, …

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  I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: I’m a sucker for unusual filling systems. For me, the acts of filling and cleaning a fountain pen are relaxing and meditative (Zen and the Art of Fountain Pen Maintenance). …

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The pen for this review was provided free of charge by Pen Habit sponsor, Pen Chalet, in exchange for an honest review. Material: Acrylic Nib: Bi-color Steel Medium Nib Appointments: Gold-colored Filling System: Standard International Cartridge/Converter Length (Capped): 143.3mm Length (Uncapped): 140.3mm …

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