I haven't had any of these too long, I think I bought the first one 2 years back. That would be one of the Kaweco Sport Ice pens in the attached photo. Not sure now which one I got first the clear or the orange...
Got those after looking through Jetpens site. I had gone there to find some (sorry! ) specific Pilot G-2 pens I couldn't source locally. Found those and then made the mistake of looking at the other cool pens/stuff they carry.
Top to bottom:
1)Some un-named glass pen--a little more on this one in a bit,
2) the previously shown (in another thread) Haolilai pen.
3) Hero 616 that I just got last week. Writes pretty well, tolerably fine point, it has burped at me a couple of times.
4) TWSBI 530, I bought this after using the Kawecos and wanting to a) not have to fill a pen as often as these required and b) I wanted the option to pick more colors. Medium nib and, frankly, it is broader than I'd like. I will likely buy the TWSBI ROC 540 later this summer but with a fine point. Or the VAC 700. Though I'd like that one better if there were a clear color available.
5) Kaweco Sport Ice Orange. No ink in that one right now. I will likely use it as an eye dropper filled pen next time I ink it.
6) Another Kaweco, clear. And this one I have made int an eyedropper pen. After seeing Brian Goulet's video about it and how simple it was for this pen, I did it. I use some of the silicone that came with the TWSBI pen. I am using Bay State Blue in it right now. Even with the potential damage issue with this ink I've read about, I figure that the pen is inexpensive enough that I will chance it. And, once my sample inks show up, I am likely to have a different Royal Blue to use as my day to day ink.
So, the glass pen. This one was a gift I'd had for several years before I started actually writing with FPs. Not sure who gave it to me it was from an Xmas gift exchange at work a long time back. And while the pen is sort of pretty(the cap is too large for the pen, I think, and there is this weird pink colored finial), the cap doesn't post and it is very heavy so I haven't wanted to carry it in a pocket. But it does have a very nice converter. NO wobble of the piston, it feels very precise in it workings and is nicely finished.
Likely I will use the converter at some point but don't think I will use the pen itself.
I know this is a paltry few compared to some of us around here but I'm happy with 'em! And, I really am trying to not collect pens* but to just build an assortment of good writing, good looking, and fun, pens to use.
I do apologize for the crappy phone camera photos, I didn't have my digi-wonder with me.
*Please don't take this as in any way denigrating collectors. I can only respect their passion and knowledge. I do collect other things so I "get it".
Personally, I tend to be a "completist" so if I were to start collecting pens, I'd end up trying to find and own , for example, every variation WW II lever fill American pens. Or something similar.