Fountain Pen Revolution, a family-owned company based in India, has been developing a fountain pen with the help of their fans over the last few months – from the colors and filling mechanisms right down to the finishing touches. This pen is finally complete and has been recently launched!
The Dilli is the first fountain pen from Fountain Pen Revolution’s exclusive F.P.R. Collection. Dilli is the local pronunciation of Delhi, the capital city of India.
The Dilli is a piston filled pen with a translucent cap and body currently available in blue or red, but with green and black colors on the way. It comes in fine, medium, flex and fine stub nib options. Pricing starts at $15 for a fine or medium nib and $18 for a stub or flex nib. A great price and a great way to try out a flex nib!
I don’t have any first hand experience with FPR fountain pens but the writing sample from their site instills some hope:
From their website, FPR says the flex nib can go from a 0.3mm fine line to 2.0mm fully flexed! Hopefully, everyone can get that kind of performance without having to experiment for hours modifying the feed.
Please visit fountainpenrevolution.com for more information.