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Pilot Heritage 91 Navy Blue fountain pen - B

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Available to order, est. shipping date: 04-03-2024
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Product description

Pilot Heritage 91 fountain pen in navy blue plastic with shiny rhodium trim and a 14 karat gold nib and a cartridge / converter filling mechanism. A CON 40 converter is included but a CON 70 converter can be used in the pen to.

Specifications

Length137 mm
Length w/o cap122 mm
Length posted159 mm
Weight with cap17 gr
Weight w/o cap11 gr
ColorBlue
NibGold
Filling systemCartridge/Converter
PostableYes
MaterialPlastic
TrimRhodium
Limited editionNo
BrandPilot
EAN Code3131910560630

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5/5 1 reviews
Placed on 05-11-2023

This pen has become my daily writer. The F nib lays down a precise and wet line which is manifestly narrower than an average European fine. It took some getting used to the feedback, which can appear scratchy at first. The upstroke is very thin and makes for some natural line variation. Over time, it has become really smooth. I like the low weight, comfortable size and grip, even when posted, and nice blue colour (it is less dark than in the photo; the Pilot Namiki Blue cartridges go very well with this pen, but a CON 40 and 70 work very well, too). It may be the least expensive option if you want a 14k gold nib and a wet, smooth writer.

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