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I just received this pen and in fairness to JetPens I received it within 7 days! (I live in New Zealand so everything takes a long time to get to us.) I'm not really used to very inky sort of pens since my writing is tiny, yet I was pleasantly surprised by how good this pen is. (My everyday go-to fountain pen is the Pilot Penmanship with extra fine nib.) It is more inky than the Japanese extra fines but only as much as one would expect from a medium nib. And it writes smoothly. Like real smooth. Not scratchy, even on thin paper. I'm so totally digging this one. :D It is also a wee bit on the heavy side, but not so heavy your hands get fatigued and all but just right wherein you have control. I do wish JetPens would have the fine version ...
Founded in 1888 by George Stafford Parker in Janesville, Wisconsin, the Parker Pen Company was one of the oldest US pen manufacturers. Between the 1920s and 1960s, Parker maintained leadership in worldwide writing instrument sales.
In 1931, Parker created its famous Quink ("quick drying ink"), which led to the development of the most popular fountain pen model under its brand, Park 51.