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I bought a Parker at Staples (not IM) and it would not feed ink until you soaked nib and then it would stop. I took it back. I bought an IM from JetPens and love it. I've used the cartridge and the conversion unit. Filling fountain pens can be messy so I pour a little ink in the bottle cap, remove the conversion unit from the pen, fill it from the cap, wipe it off, install it in the pen and keep writing. I've written at least 50 pp with it so far and it keeps getting better and better. So far, my favorite pen.
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.