Pilot Elite 95S Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Deep Red Body

Pilot Elite 95S Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Deep Red Body

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Add a sophisticated, retro touch to your style when you slip the classic Pilot Elite 95S Fountain Pen into your shirt pocket. The 14K gold nib gives the pen a hint of luxury, while the smoothly shaped body creates an intriguing look. When capped, it's short and lightweight at 15 grams, great for carrying around without weighing down on you or your things. When the cap is posted, the pen's standard length makes it comfortable for writing.

Pilot's Elite S fountain pen was first introduced in 1968 and enjoyed great popularity especially as a wonderful gift for celebrating school admittance or a new job. The Elite 95S is based on the 2nd-generation Elite S from 1975, and mirrors the vintage feel of a pen from those times.

This pen comes in a gift box, and one black ink cartridge is included.

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The Pilot Elite 95S is...
October 16, 2014
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The Pilot Elite 95S is a beautifully-made writing instrument with excellent fit and finish. It is very light weight, and it handles nicely when posted. Of course, posting the cap, for most writers, is an important part of the pen's design, but it could certainly function nicely un-posted, for someone with small hands.
Please note that the Japanese packaged version offered by Jet Pens does not include a converter. I believe the version specifically marketed for the USA--sold elsewhere--does include a CON-20 converter. I tried to install a CON-50 converter, but it did not fit the Elite. It seems that only a CON-20 aerometric converter will work in this model and it must be pushed in firmly, in order to secure it.
The Elite's fine 14K gold nib produces a moderately wet, crisp line, but it is not as fine as the fine point nib of my Pilot Capless or Vanishing Point pens--or even the fine nib of a Pilot 78G. One may have to choose the extra-fine nib for the Elite to obtain an extremely fine line.
I really like the Pilot Elite 95S and highly recommend it.
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