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    I make description of this pen for sale over a year ago, but at the time I didnít test it because this pen was in NOS condition. Now I have the opportunity to update the post and supplement the review with are tests that I did before sending at the request of the new owner to make sure the pen is functional right.

    Cross Century II BlueWood w|18K nib (made in Ireland) 419-2MD BWD

    The shape of the body is straight, cylindrical with a conical end, identical to the Cross Townsend model, but in a slightly smaller version, similar to the comparison of the Standard and Demi / Lady / Junior models. The body and cap of this model is made of brass and covered by deep blue lacquer with wood texture. The filling system is cartridge-converter by proprietary Cross format, while the converter type 8756 is on thread. Cap on friction.







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    Hello friends! Probably everyone knows the Homo Sapiens models from Visconti, but not everyone knows that in addition to the traditional ďBasalt lavaĒ design the company produced also more traditional versions, even with cartridge-converter filling systems. And this is just such a model.

    Visconti Homo Sapiens Elegance, Oversize (made in Italy) 767ST01PAD55-F

    The shape of this pen is almost identical to the Visconti Homo Sapiens Steel Age which I described early, but differs in the material and filling system. Cylindrical shape with slightly rounded tops and a barrel-shaped cap. The material is black glossy resin. The filling system is a cartridge-converter of the international standard. The cap has a branded Hook Safe Lock bayonet.







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    Hello! I know that this model is probably one of the most popular modern models of fountain pens, although it is not without flaws. I donít really like the clear bodies, and additional steps before use , but I bought it anyway to get a feel this pen, explore the design and to write this review. So letís see.

    Pilot Custom 823 Translucent Amber|Brown (made in Japan) w|14K Kanwrite Ultraflex nib FKK-3MRP-BN-KWF

    This pen practically repeats the design of the Pilot Custom 743 model, except for the filling system and color. The body shape is a cigar (torpedo) with rounded tops and is made of translucent brown acrylic, but the section, plunger knob and cap top are made of dark brown opaque resin. The filling system is a plunger-filler, atypical for the Japanese industry, but partially modified to the vintage Japanese eyedropper. Cap on thread, 2-start thread, opening/closing in 1.5 turns.







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    I already have a few reviews of this brandís unusual fountain pens, but they can never have too many)). Perhaps of all modern Italian brands, this one with the largest range of pen assortment products by model. So letís take a look at another non-standard design.

    Montegrappa Nero Uno Linea Red gold with 18K first-style F nib (made in Italy) ISNRC2AC

    The shape of this writing instrument is unusual, because it is an octagonal with metal tops. Moreover, it is not just 8 faces, but also with transverse concentric grooves. The body material is black resin with fittings are red gold-plated, although they look like ordinary gold to the eye. The filling system is a cartridge-converter by the international format, but converter has a thread for better connection to the section. Cap on thread, closing/opening in 1 turn.







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    Hello to all fountain pen fans! Today I have a review for another tribute to a historical model, and today it is a pen from Pelikan.

    Pelikan Classic M120 Iconic Blue Special Edition (made in Germany) 809726

    The shape of this pen is quite popular in the 50s and 60s, which can be described as Streamline Ė cigar-shaped with rounded tops. As it is a tribute to the popular Pelikan 120 model, it repeats this shape, although due to modern trends, it has grown a bit in size. The body material is blue plastic with a blue ink window for monitoring. Filling system is traditionl piston-filler. Cap on thread, 4-start thread, 3/4 turn for closing/opening.







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    Great thread! beautiful drawings and photos. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by manolo View Post
    Great thread! beautiful drawings and photos. Thank you.
    Thank you for watching and comment!
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    Hello today! Just 2 weeks ago I did a review of this model, but without the original nib, which I replaced by flexible custom Ė Pilot Custom≤ 823 (was like a custom in square)), but today I can show you the full factory version. And so that you are not so bored from the repeat, I will add some interesting things)) Letís watch it)).

    Pilot Custom 823 Translucent Amber|Brown (made in Japan) FKK-3MRP-BN-M

    The body shape is a cigar (torpedo) with rounded tops and is made of translucent brown acrylic, but the section, plunger knob and cap top are made of dark brown opaque resin. The filling system is a plunger-filler, atypical for the Japanese industry, but partially modified to the vintage Japanese eyedropper. Cap on thread, 2-start thread, opening/closing in 1.5 turns







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    I decided to free up a little space in my pens that are not used, and upon checking, I was once again convinced that ďthis pen one from the bestĒ) I think that this is one of the best pens from modern nibs for both writing and drawing sceneries of use.

    Pilot Namiki Falcon (Elabo) w|SEF nib (made in Japan) 60740 (or FE-18SR-B-SEF)

    The tool is a cylindrical shape with slightly tapered and flat ends. The material of the body is black resin, not ďpreciousĒ , but it glows in the light in the same dark-red color as the well-known Montblanc. The filling system is cartridge/converter, of the proprietary Pilot format. The feed is made of a bluish translucent plastic, typical for Pilot (since the 70s), and is mounted with nib in section on friction. The shape of feed is made in such a way that the complex beak-like shape of the nib fits snugly against the feed in only one position. Cap on thread , 2-start thread, closure in 1 and 3/4 turns.







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    Hi! After yesterdayís Pilot Falcon Resin pre-sale test and enjoying drawing, decided to get my hybrid and sketching some more. So this is addon to the previously published review on the Hybrid Pilot Falcon

    Hybrid Pilot Falcon and Penbbs 487 Magnetic filler (frankenpen)





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    Hello everybody! Today, a review of both an ordinary and an unusual pen. Ordinary, because itís an entry-level pen with a regular-sized body and steel nib. And unusual, because the pen has a non-standard Zoom nib and the color is not quite ordinary.

    Sailor Profit Casual Maroon w|Zoom nib (made in Japan) 11-0570-730

    Actually, in terms of shape, the pen is no different from its international version, the Sailor 1911 Standard, and has a cigar-shaped form with taper rounded ends. But the color of the body is called Maroon, for those who are not in theme, it is a semi-dark red color, a little warmer than Burgundy, but not yet so dark red. The material itself is ordinary resin. The filling system is cartridge-converter, of its proprietary Sailor format, the pen is complected with branded converter, which has an untypical yellow piston knob. Cap on thread, 2-start thread, closing/opening in 1.5 turns.







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    I donít consider myself a collector and for me the most important thing in fountain pens is the nib (their properties), but there are such pens that I canít refuse, although I understand that their nibs are quite ordinary. So this model is one of the same. I was never tempted on this pen by the photo before, but after I hold in my hands 146R for service, I just went crazy in desire to get one. The color by eyes when hold this pen in hands is simply awesome, so I understand popularity of this model.

    Montblanc Meisterstuck 146R | Bordeaux (made in Germany) 1992-1994







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    Thanks Andrew for such an excellent review and that found your "dream" pen. I'm glad that despite the vagaries of war, life and art continues....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yazeh View Post
    I'm glad that despite the vagaries of war, life and art continues....
    Thank you Yazeh! They say that a human is able to adapt to everything. Thanking God and our army that we are not yet at the point where other aspects of our life are no longer of interest.
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    Early I was surprised when I saw photos of pens of similar colors, different manufacturers from fpners, until I got hooked on it myself)). Somehow I really fell in love with this attractive Bordeaux colors)). Although I donít plan to have anything else in these colors, Iím still happy to have these pens and share them with you. And I already have reviews of some other models from this brand, but this model is quite unique.

    Sailor ProGear Realo Maroon with Gold trim and 21K Music nib (made in Japan) 11-3926-932

    Actually, the Professional Gear series (in simplified ProGear) is a ďparallel model lineĒ of the 1911 model series, the only difference is the tops. If the 1911 model series have the shape of a cigar, then the ProGear have the shape of a truncated (ďprepared for smokingĒ) cigar Ė cut-away design. The body is also made of resin by dark red color named Maroon. But the filling system, unlike all other models, is piston-filler. Cap on thread, 2-statrs thread, closes/opens in 1 3/4 turns.







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    Lovely drawings and I love your both pens used above,
    Montblans and the Sailor are my favourites too. This sailor is already in my list but as I have about 6 Sailor Pro Gears Pens I never got that one.
    I love how you used the brownish red Ink here too!!!

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    @Andrew, just wanted to let you know, that your website has been running despite the electrical blackouts. Your voice is not silenced...

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    @Cyril thank you very much. Ink is Diamine Matador, so the brown tone could have come from the wrong white balance.

    @Yazeh Thanks. Servers are located in Kyiv, so when the whole area is turned off for a long time, this can affect the servers. Once the site was unavailable for 3 hours due to a shutdown. I just warned.
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    Hi! In the absence of regular electricity, reviews now take twice as long. Iíve been dreaming about this model for several years, even contacted the local Pilot distributor last year, but to no avail, so after selling a few of my pens I decided to buy this pen, especially since I donít know if Iíll ever get another chance to look at the current situation. But this is probably my last purchase in the world of fountain pens, because I decided to stop buying them. Of course, I will continue to do reviews for a while, because I still have pens that I bought earlier and did not have time to review. So letís get to the review.

    Pilot Custom 845 w|F nib (made in Japan) FKV-5MR-R-F

    This is one of the two highest models of the Custom line and, unlike the younger ones, has a cylindrical shape with flat tops. The material of the body is black resin(or plastic?), but covered by red color Vermillion urushi varnish(allegedly in three layers). The resin is not (red)transparent in the light, so we will consider it not precious)). The filling system is cartridge-converter, of its proprietary Pilot format, and accepts all types of converters and cartridges of its brand. Cap on thread, 2-starts thread, opening/closing in 1.5 turns.







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