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Monteverde fountain pen converter that fits most fountain pens that use standard international cartridges.

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I've only used it for...
November 4, 2015
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I've only used it for a few weeks, but it has a small diameter and thus fits most pens. The mechanics seems solid.
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Works great, no leaks...
October 9, 2015
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Works great, no leaks and fits just fine in my Jinhao X750 fountain pen!
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This a decent, relatively...
April 20, 2015
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This a decent, relatively short, international size converter, and it is certainly cost-effective. It should fit most fountain pens that accept Montblanc/international-size cartridges and especially some fountain pens--like the Delta Anni 70--with barrels that are too short or narrow for the standard Pelikan or Schmidt converter.

For thorough cleaning, the Monteverde converter is easily disassembled by unscrewing the silver-colored collar and pulling out the piston.

New fountain pen users should understand that any converter is a compromise which means that most do not hold a lot of ink and, sometimes, ink will get behind the little piston since there can be tolerance issues in such an inexpensively manufactured item. However, they do allow the use of a wide-range of bottled ink and therein lies the advantage. Plus, they are useful for flushing a cartridge fountain pen's nib and feed.
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Works nice, I've been...
March 31, 2015
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Works nice, I've been slowly converting old lower end fountain pens with much success. Better flow and good ink does wonders.
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I liked this converter...
January 24, 2015
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I liked this converter until I cleaned out the pen. It's a piston converter, and it held a decent amount of ink, for a converter. I don't know if it makes a difference, but I used the converter in an AG Spalding fountain pen.

However, when I started to clean the pen, I discovered that there was a lot of ink ABOVE the piston. There is no reason for ink to be up there, and it was almost impossible to clean it out of the converter. I still haven't managed it. I'm not sure if I want to bother refilling this cartridge and give it a second chance.
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