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Pilot Parallel Calligraphy Pen - 3.8 mm Nib Width

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Pilot Parallel Calligraphy Pen - 3.8 mm Nib Width - PILOT 90052
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Description
The Pilot Parallel Pen represents a major breakthrough in calligraphy pen design!

The pen nib consists of two parallel plates, allowing the writer to produce lines sharper than existing calligraphy pens. You can create blended color lines with its special mixable ink as well. (Calligraphy artwork kindly provided by JetPens customer Josh Scruggs.)

Four nib widths are available for your writing needs: 1.5 mm, 2.4 mm, 3.8 mm and 6.0 mm.

The name "calligraphy" comes from the Greek words for "beautiful" (calli) and "writing way" (graphy). Capture the charm of beautiful handwriting with this very cherished and unique form of expression!


Specs
Model NumberPILOT 90052
Shipping Weight1.30 oz

Reviews
3 people found this helpful
  My 7th JetPens Review!..., January 18, 2009
By carveitfast - See all my reviews
My 7th JetPens Review! The Absolute 1st Review Of This Pen!

Hurray For Me! Hurray For JetPens!

Everyone here just seems to love these Pilot Parallel Pens. Well I must admit, I do too! These pens are, FREAKING AWESOME!

Now don't get upset JetPens, but these are so much more responsive than the Lamy Joy Calligraphy pens or Safari Italic nibs. I've ground my Lamy nibs and could not get the crisp line and smoothness of pen to paper as the Pilot Parallel Pens had right out of the box. But, I have to admit a predilection for the Lamy's ink flow, even if they do have a hard start problem.

Now there is one little thing, these pens are the wettest writers that I've ever used. That means you'll have to be extra persnickety when it comes to your paper and ink selection. On the right papers with the right inks these pens are a dream to use. On the wrong papers the amount of ink these pens lay down could be one of the most frustrating experiences in your calligraphic studies. And NO, I ain't telling what papers or inks (maybe) you should try, that's part of the fun of good penmanship.

Now for those of you who haven't read my previous 6 reviews, of 6 of the best products worth checking out on JetPens (You gotta search them out for yourself), I won't hold you in suspense when it comes to my choice of color to put in this pen, BLACK. Noodler's to be exact. Noodler's BulletProof Black to be right and proper. Noodler's BulletProof Black which is one of the thicker inks available today (It's right up there with Platinum's Carbon Black, also available at JetPens). Now if this pen flows like the great Mississippi with Noodler's BulletProof Black just imagine what it will do with a thinner ink like Noodler's Polar Black (I did say I liked black and Noodler's). That means I think this may be a fast writer's pen of their dreams. This pen spreads ink that'll keep up with the fastest writer in the west!

Now it also comes on good authority, from Lily of JetPens, that for those of us who write through ink faster than we can fill our pens, and prefer even more colors than cartridges alone will allow, that there are 2 other converters available for this pen, the Pilot CON-20 and CON-50. Unfortunately the Pilot CON-70 converter is not available and will have nothing to do with this pen. I hear the CON-70 has even produced a restraining order against the Parallel Pen's friendly advances. But the cleaning converter (wink wink) can also be used as an ink converter and holds a goodly amount of ink as well. So try yourself a larger ink capacity, if you think you can handle it, just be sure to thank Lily of JetPens for the good advice.
1 person found this helpful
  Bought all four! These..., August 19, 2010
By superdan_lamb - See all my reviews
Bought all four!

These things are perfect for the pro and the novice alike! The flow is strong and very consistent. The tip glides smoothly over the page, and can be used flat for a wide line, or on the edge for a monoline.

If you love calligraphy, and hate dipping, you really have to try one of these!
1 person found this helpful
  Series of Flickr photos..., August 15, 2010
By Jet... - See all my reviews
Series of Flickr photos with explanation of cleaning and filling the Parallel with bottle ink...à la in eyedropper mode.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/carmelscribe/3836714894/in/set-72157622082982460/
  I love this pen. It's..., November 30, 2012
I love this pen. It's so fun to play with. I put a Pilot Fountain Pen CON-50 Converter and added my own ink and works perfectly. It fits in snuggly without leak.
  I bought all of them... I..., October 7, 2011
By jpm411 - See all my reviews
I bought all of them...
I want to fill them with GOUACHE ...
any one know the ratio????
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