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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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(18 Feb 2018) Correction: In both the video and written review, I mentioned that the Himalaya takes standard international cartridges and converters. It does not. It uses a different style converter, and I was not able to identify the type. …

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I like big pens and I cannot lie. I have made no secret of the fact that I enjoy a good oversized pen. Most of my favorites fall into the “large” pen category. But, as though in an attempt to …

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The terms “mass-produced” and “handmade” are, in many ways, polar opposites. It’s difficult to scale handmade products, as production can’t be increased simply by investing in capital (i.e., manufacturing space, machinery, etc.) Scalability, especially in markets that require a large …

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The longer I spend with fountain pens, the more I seem to be able to identify specific characteristics about those pens based on the country of manufacture. German pens are generally well-made, with solid nibs, and tend to fall visually …

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Material: Ebonite Nib: Steel. 1.1mm Stub Appointments: Gold-colored Filling System: Standard International Cartridge/Converter/Eyedropper Length (Capped): 148mm Length (Uncapped): 137mm Length (Posted): 173mm Section Diameter: 11.7mm Barrel Max Diameter: 14mm Cap Max Diameter: 15.7mm Weight, Capped (with ink and/or converter): 26g …

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