Pelikan Pelikano Junior Fountain Pen P67A - Red - Right-Handed

Pelikan Pelikano Junior Fountain Pen P67A - Red - Right-Handed

3.6 (5 reviews)
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Children can be quite rough with things, even things such as school products! So when children are learning to write, they need something that can support and withstand their challenging learning environment. Give the gift of the Pelikano Junior, a great fountain pen to introduce kids (and adults) to the joys of fountain pen writing! The nib is approximately a medium-sized nib. This P67A model is designed for right-handed writers, and the P68L model is available for lefties!

Pen features:

• specially-developed grip profile that guides fingers and provides comfort
• modern body design and color
• unique cap and body designed to prevent rolling
• sturdy, flexible nib

One long blue ink cartridge is included.

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I got these for my young...
June 22, 2011
I got these for my young children who wanted my pens! The whole family now has one, and while I don't love the look as much as my nicer looking pens, this one writes so smoothly, I can't resist using it. The A nib is similar to a medium nib I use, and while I preferred fine point pens, I find that I've begun to prefer medium nibbed fountain pens for the smoothness and beauty of the ink and writing. These are really good for children who are able to write. The price can't be beat for an easy writing, sturdy fountain pen for a child, and yet the pen writes nice enough that we adults can use them happily too.
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I bought this pen to...
October 23, 2010
I bought this pen to try out the flexible nib, to see if it would partially replicate a dip pen art nib. It really doesn't add much to the performance unless you push very hard: doing this regularly, I would worry about it staying bent, based on one review of this same pen in blue. I find the "A" nib to be extremely wide, though I prefer Japanese sizing to German. I think that there are better super-budget-priced fountain pens available: the Pilot Penmanship is one I prefer that also has a three-sided handpiece. Also, I don't find that the left-hand / right-hand distinction has much effect.
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Gave this pen to my 91...
March 13, 2015
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Gave this pen to my 91 year old friend and he loves it. He writes a journal daily and says the pen is fun to use and he loves the balance and the feel of it in his hand. A writing pleasure. I might buy another one for my nephew. I would like the purple one for him...maybe you'll get them in. Please!!!
This pen may be great...
June 13, 2013
This pen may be great for beginner. The nib is extremely hard, and and so you have to press a bit to get it to work. The grip is way too chunky for an adult hand. And, even my 6-year old said that, as much as she liked this pen, she liked the old Parker Vector I gave her better.

Also, the line is just not that beautiful. I think it needs a bigger ball on the end of it give a prettier line. And, it took a very long time to get the ink to flow through the nib. Any suggestions on that would be much appreciated.
I really wanted to like...
September 11, 2011
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I really wanted to like this cute thing more. It's clunky and chunky -- and if that's your thing (and for some people, it is), this is made just for you. I need a slimmer profile and LIGHTER pen -- this pen weighs nearly three times what a Pilot 78G does! Insane. And it ultimately makes it harder to write for a long period of time. 23 grams can make all the difference. Who knew?

I'll stick this in my purse to have a pen when I'm out, but it won't be in my regular rotation. And if someone sees me use it and loves it... it's theirs.