Pilot Capless Decimo Fountain Pen - 18K Gold Fine Nib - Violet Body

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5.0 (1 reviews)
JetPens is proud to feature the Capless Decimo, a fountain pen available exclusively to the Japanese market. The pen is a model of practicality and elegant beauty, and features a unique retractable mechanism. In addition, the fountain pen features a very convenient nib unit that can be swapped out and interchanged with other nib sizes within the Pilot Capless series. The designer of the pen has diligently thought out the structure of the Capless Decimo to create a beautiful work of art.

The Capless Decimo is known to be slightly slimmer and lighter compared to the regular Capless series. The creamy body color of the Capless Decimo is another distinguishing feature. It has a beautiful surface with layers of lacquer painted over it. The pen features a rhodium plated 18K yellow gold nib, and can be refilled with a cartridge or with a converter (CON 20 or CON 50). Gift box included.

Pen dimensions: Approximately 5.5 inches (13.9 cm) long and 0.4 inches (12 mm) in diameter.

Model NumberPILOT FCT-15SR-V-F
Weight0.8 ounces
Body Color Purple
Body Material Metal
Clip Material Metal
Clippable Yes
Converter-Compatible Yes
Design Style Executive, Capless
Diameter - Grip 9.9 mm
Diameter - Max 12.0 mm
Grip Color Metallic Light Purple
Grip Material Metal
Ink Refillable Yes
Length - Extended 13.7 cm
Length - Retracted 13.9 cm
Mechanism Retractable
Pre-Installed Ink Color Black
Tip Length 7.3 mm
Tip Material Metal (Rhodium-Plated 18k Gold)
Tip Size Fine

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What a joy this pen is...
January 30, 2015
Verified Purchase
What a joy this pen is to draw with. The nib flows smoothly over the page and responds to even subtle pressure by varying the line width. I recomend getting the converter to use with it because it comes with a refill cartridge only. The converter is extra, but once you have it it works beautifully and then you can chose your ink. It is a pricy pen, well made and will last for a long time, a lifetime, perhaps, if you take care of it. So think of the price spread out over many years and it doesn't seem so extravagant. I use it for drawing exclusively and find it especially nice for drawing figures. I can build the darks up with pressure and cross hatching and also use very subtle thin lines by pressing lightly. I've started carrying it around so I can pull it out to make quick sketches, and there is no cap to drop or misplace. I feel lucky to have found this pen.