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Pilot Cavalier Duo-Color Body Fountain Pen - Black & Red - Fine Nib

Pilot Cavalier Duo-Color Body Fountain Pen - Black & Red - Fine Nib

$65.00
Only 7 left in stock.
4.7 (7 reviews)
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The Pilot Cavalier Duo-Color Body Fountain Pen is a deluxe version of the standard Pilot Cavalier Fountain Pen. It has a slightly wider body, a gorgeous two-toned marbled look, and is slightly heavier at 0.7 oz (compared to 0.6 oz for the standard Cavalier). The fine nib writes almost as fine as a Hi-Tec-C 0.5 mm gel pen, which is quite amazing for a fountain pen. Modern and professional design is combined with superb writing capability.

The pen comes in a gift box, and one black ink cartridge is included. Compatible ink cartridges and converters can be found under Recommended Refills/Parts.


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This pen has a very reliable...
November 29, 2013
This pen has a very reliable and smooth nib. It starts up immediately even after weeks of non-use. I like the slightly thicker girth of the Duo Color Cavalier, although it's still a very slender and elegant pen. The metal body gives it a solid feel, and the cap posts securely when writing. This has become one of my favorite pens.
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weichmannk
I love this pen! writes...
March 2, 2011
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I love this pen! writes very smooth and thin. You can use con-50 converter, while in mono-color model you can't. Looks slim and gorgeous.
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sophiapark24
I love this pen! The...
May 26, 2016
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I love this pen! The fine tip really works well with my style of writing and it feels very comfortable in my hand. It has weight to it but it feels very balanced when in use. I'm very satisfied with this pen!
Dusty Lee
Gorgeous pen, and writes...
May 21, 2016
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Gorgeous pen, and writes wonderfully. I have both the medium and fine nib versions, and both are perfect in any setting. I use the medium version for writing letters on thick stationery, and it's perfect. I use the fine for cheaper paper at my workplace, and it's also perfect. However, I've interchanged and not felt inconvenienced. For those that are wondering "how medium is medium, or, how fine is fine?", I will try my best to answer. I've always felt that fine rollerball pens (don't remember brands) were way to skinny for me. I never felt that my writing was substantial using those rollerballs. Then I got a very nice Pilot Rollerball (again, don't remember the name) in medium, and even though I love it...sometimes it's immensely thick. The Cavaliers don't disappoint me at all. I've used the medium nib at work, and it's not too thick or overpowering. I've also used the thin on my stationery paper, and it just makes my handwriting look neater...but not scratchy or "too skinny" at all. These are both with the Pilot Namiki blue black cartridges. One other thing: I have small hands, so slim pens don't bother me, but those with big hands might have an issue...but you already know your preferences anyway. I'm excited to have these pens in my fountain pen arsenal. Truly beautiful!
jc_huggins
needed second Pen for...
December 24, 2015
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needed second Pen for every day use and decided to get another Pilot Cavalier . Excellent pen and very smooth writing
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