Hands on + GIVEAWAY – Montegrappa Blue Blazer Fountain Pen

The Blue Blazer is a stainless steel fountain pen in the “Fortuna” body style from Montegrappa. The pen features a steel nib with an intricate pattern on it that gets fed ink via a cartridge/converter filling system. What makes this pen stand out from the rest is the unique finish, created by applying extreme heat to the stainless steel body. The result is a rainbow-colored swirly pattern that appears to change as the light hits it.

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Lamy Aion Fountain Pen Review

Lamy Aion Fountain Pen Review Review Ink: Robert Oster Fire and Ice Blue Review Paper: Various Specs: Description: The newest in Lamy’s lineup of German-designed fountain pens featuring metal construction and an interesting mix of material finishes. Nib: Medium nib Filling Mechanism: Cartridge / Converter Weight: 33g overall (21g body, 12g cap) Measurements: 5.4″ uncapped, 5.6″ capped, […]

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Wancher Ebonite Urushi “Dream Pen” Kickstarter Fountain Pen Review

Wancher Ebonite Urushi “Dream Pen” Kickstarter Fountain Pen Review Review Ink: Pilot Asa Gao Review Paper: Rhodia #16 on Galen Leather Noteboard Specs: Description: A true Japanese ebonite fountain pen with urushi lacquer finishing and a bunch of nib options. Nib: Stainless Steel (medium), 14k and 18k gold are available as options Filling Mechanism: Cartridge / Converter Weight: 22g […]

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Karas Kustoms 1702 Elektron Decograph Fountain Pen Review

Oh my goodness, reviewing limited editions can be hard. Why? Well, sometimes they sell out before getting the review up. That’s exactly what happened here. Good news though! Everything I’m saying about this super cool, limited edition Karas Kustoms Decograph can also be said about the regular version that’s available in black. The pen that’s up for consideration today is called the Decograph 1702 Elektron – an amber acrylic fountain pen from Karas Pen Company.

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Visconti Homo Sapiens Elegance Fountain Pen Review

Goldspot sent this loaner pen over for review. Let’s start off by letting it be known that I didn’t drop $650 of my own cash on this pen. It’s on loan, and will be sent back. It’s kind of tough to come out the gate and say it, but I’m glad this pen is a loaner. $595 is a TON of money for a lot of people, and I think a $595 should be a perfect pen. Is the Homo Sapiens Elegance a perfect pen? Let’s dig in and find out. 

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