The article includes several categories of writing instruments. (We're only interested in the fountain pens though, right?) They base "best" on the highest reviews, and I'm not surprised at the two top picks, both of which are stellar pens at very affordable prices. The 19 Best Pens On Amazon, According To Hyperenthusiastic Reviewers ... Best … Continue reading Pilot and Lamy are Amazon’s “Best” Fountain Pens
My personal favorites of those they list are the Conway Stewart 100 for a higher price pen, the Pilot Capless in the midrange, and the Kaweco Sport at the lower price range. Each of those come in a variety of colors and materials that don't impact performance. (I'm not familiar with Monaggio.) The article includes … Continue reading Another “Best Pens” list
Good company profile. Wish I had these for more companies. Vendor Profile: Pilot The desire to overcome technical challenges and create new writing sensations through best-in-class technology has been a trademark of Pilot since its creation in Japan in 1918, as this potted history shows. In January 2018, it will be exactly 100 years since … Continue reading Pilot Namiki Pen Company Profile
Happy National Fountain Pen Day to all of our readers! "History" item #9, which is not in most short histories of the pen, reflects that they interviewed a representative of Pilot Pen for the article. Saying it with a fountain pen is back in vogue ...Today is National Fountain Pen Day , so those of … Continue reading Back? Was it ever Gone?
Who of us does not own at least one Vanishing Point? (Well, People who don't like the clip I guess.) Pilot Pen Tributes Modern Classic Writing Instruments During 2017 Emmys LOS ANGELES, Sept. 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Pilot Corporation of America (Pilot Pen) is celebrating the "modern classic" art of television, and the powerful role the … Continue reading Pilot Vanishing Point on Stage
This article is subtitled, "Japanese children have fallen in love with writing with cheap fountain pens" but points out what many of us love about them as well... Fountain pens are distinctive in that they do not require strong pressure to write. They give a unique and tasteful touch to individual writing styles through such … Continue reading The Child in Me (and You?)
The writer to this columnist has a budding pen collector on is hands! Jerry's answer, by the way, was to suggest the Pilot Varsity disposables, which I agree write nicely, have a nice variety of colors, and bypass the risk of a ten year old with bottled ink. He also mentions Fahrney's, as the writer … Continue reading Future pen collector?