Posted by Jay Sadow on Dec 3rd 2015
The Italian-made limited edition Conklin Crescent Filler Demonstrator has been released in three translucent colors - clear, red and blue. Each color is limited to only 1898 pieces worldwide.
The Crescent Filler was Conklin's contribution to the pen industry with the company's launch in 1898. Mark Twain used a Conklin Crescent Filler and endorsed the product proclaiming that it was a "profanity saver" since the design prevented the fountain pen from rolling off of the table. Maybe you're the next Twain?
Okay, let's put together an extra flexible nib, a demonstrator body, and a limited production with cool colors and what have we got? The Omas Ogiva Cocktail Fountain Pen! Only 327 of each of the three colors have been produced - Bloody Mary, Blue Angel, and Vodka Lemon. The nib is so responsive you'll fall in [...]
One of the undisputed best values ($15) in fountain pens during the past couple of years has been the Pilot Metropolitan. Originally offered in black, gold or silver with different patterns on the grip sections, the Metropolitan now comes in green, purple, turquoise, red or orange with your choice of either a fine or a medium nib. You [...]