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    Default My review of the new (2021) Leonardo Momento Zero Grande Art Deco (Cobalt Blue) pen

    A beautiful pen - review posted on youtube:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ilXEmIq7Poc

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    Default Re: My review of the new (2021) Leonardo Momento Zero Grande Art Deco (Cobalt Blue) p

    A suggestion:

    You might consider a short write up, and maybe a few pictures, to go along with your YouTube link. This is a discussion forum, after all. You can also embed the video in the post.

    To be perfectly honest, I'm extremely hesitant to click a link, simply because it feels like the post is just an "advertisement" of sorts. "Hey, check out my YouTube channel" sort of thing.

    Not suggesting that's your intent, and I'm just offering constructive criticism relating the perception from my end.

    It's amazing how much panic one honest man can spread among a multitude of hypocrites.
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    Default Re: My review of the new (2021) Leonardo Momento Zero Grande Art Deco (Cobalt Blue) p

    Thanks, Dneal. Makes sense - I should have thought of that.

    My overall impression of this pen is that I love it. It's actually a bit larger than the 2019 Art Deco (and standard MZ Grandes), but doesn't seem to weigh any more. The section has also been revised, and has more ornamentation on the cap, but less on the section. The pattern is different than the 2019 model, and still in the Art Deco camp. It's also a piston filler compared to the 2019 captive converter. I got the pen from Pen Venture and Emy tuned the nib for me perfectly- it writes exactly how I'd like it to.

    I love this color combination, although I recently found out that Fontoplumo has an exclusive green version numbering 50 in total, which I think looks great in gold trim. The non-exclusive models are 100 per color and getting hard to find. Here's an image of my 2019 (top) and 2021 (bottom) pens.



    There - now you don't even have to watch the video.

    Scot
    Last edited by AlohaPens; January 6th, 2022 at 05:47 PM.

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