Pilot Namiki Vanishing Point Fountain Pen - Extra Fine Nib - Gun Metal Matte Black Body

Pilot Namiki Vanishing Point Fountain Pen - Extra Fine Nib - Gun Metal Matte Black Body

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This Vanishing Point retractable fountain pen from Pilot features a beautifully designed metal body with a modern gun metal gray finish and matte black trim. The 18k-gold nib is plated in a dark metal, and retracts with a push of the top knock button. The pen is weighted well for comfortable writing.

One CON-50 converter and one blue ink cartridge are included. A metal cartridge cap is also included, for covering the ink cartridge to protect it from the nib retraction mechanism. The pen comes packaged in a gift box.

Model NumberPILOT 60578
Weight6.0 ounces
Body Color Gray
Body Material Metal
Capped or Retractable Retractable - Button
Clip Material Metal
Clippable Yes
Converter Included Yes
Design Style Luxury, Modern
Diameter - Grip 10.8 mm
Diameter - Max 13.4 mm
Filling Mechanism Cartridge - Proprietary, Converter
Grip Color Gray
Grip Material Metal
Length - Extended 13.8 cm
Length - Retracted 14.1 cm
Nib Color Black
Nib Material 18k Gold
Nib Size Extra Fine
Pre-Installed Ink Color Blue
Tip Length 8.0 mm
Tip Replaceable Yes
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Let me first qualify...
August 18, 2015
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Let me first qualify I'm new to fountain pens and this is my second one. My first pen was a Kaweco Sport Classic EF which I love. When they say this Pilot is EF boy is it ever! It's like writing with a pin needle. I have small handwriting so I like the EF nibs but this one is just a little too fine. The Kaweco on the other hand writes beautifully. I did some reading before buying the Pilot and I understood the difference between Western and Japanese nibs. Now I know first hand the difference 0.2mm can make. I was originally contemplating this Pilot with a fine nib and I regret not going that route. The pen itself is beautifully crafted but just throwing out a warning on this super extra fine nib. If I could go back I would opt for the fine nib.
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