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Who are these people...
November 5, 2013
Who are these people that reviewed this pen? First of all rest assured that this pen has no plastic parts, anywhere, with the exception of the feed. It is very sturdy and well crafted, and more than likely will survive much longer than the reviewers above. The nib quality is fantastic, and if an extra fine can be smooth just imagine what a real nib feels like. I have the double broad, and what a dream it is. I would suggest that a little research would have paid off prior to purchasing and would have saved these folks their money. The threads will last as long as the pen does if normal care is used and not subjected to abuse. This is a precision machined tube of aircraft aluminum so the price is in line with the craftsmanship.
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Love this pen. It is...
June 18, 2015
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Love this pen. It is a classic! Love the shape, the color and the weight of it. I am well pleased and that is good because I am picky!
Sorry to say, but this...
April 26, 2012
Sorry to say, but this pen was very disappointing. I bought it early when no reviews were available, but took a chance anyway, as I liked the body style. Kind of reminded me of a skinnier Rotring 600.

Basically, this pen feels like a $20.00 pen. I love Jetpens and knew I was taking a chance, but I will be selling this ASAP.

Also, I feel the Lamy EF nibs are superior to these, as well. This pen does write okay, with minimal skipping and not too scratchy, but the price makes this outrageous.

Spend that money somewhere else!
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bought it thinking it...
August 17, 2013
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bought it thinking it will be a good quality pen. After using it not so much ink started leaking inside and later nib came off. spend 118 on a piece of metal tube
Very disappointed in...
April 18, 2012
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Very disappointed in this pen, especially for the price. The grip of the pen and both endscaps are made of cheap, rough-feeling plastic. This means that everywhere two parts screw together (putting on or posting the cap, opening the pen to refill) one is plastic and one is metal, which seems like a recipe for excessive wear. The plastic feels quite flimsy and I can't imagine it will last well.

If this pen were 25 dollars, the quality would be acceptable (but no better than that). At over 100, it's pretty terrible.
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