|Model Number||PILOT FPRN350R-TBM|
|Shipping Weight||0.60 oz|
|Design Style||Modern, Demonstrator|
|Diameter - Grip||10.6 mm|
|Diameter - Max||12.0 mm|
|Length - Capped||12.0 cm|
|Length - Posted||13.4 cm|
|Length - Uncapped||10.8 cm|
|Tip Length||18.1 mm|
November 21, 2011
Received this pen three...
Received this pen three days ago. Jet Pens priced this pen very competitively and their free delivery was fast and accurate. This pen has the same high quality, from nib tip to clip my previously purchased solid color Prera pens did. Box included both a converter (clear corkscrew type, not the squeeze-bag) and an ink cartridge, which was very nice.
I regret buying this pen. The <M> medium nib writes much broader that the previous medium nib solid color Prera pens I've bought from JetPens.com so Pilot has really confused me. I don't know whether or not to purchase a <F> fine point, because I don't know if Pilot has changed that nib as well. JetPens.com has great descriptions and photos for all their products. I just wish Pilot had made this change in nib public before I spent the money.
Thank you JetPens, but goodbye Pilot. I've about had it with your company.
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August 19, 2013
I have a Metropolitan...
I have a Metropolitan from Pilot and I love the way it writes as a medium point it's very smooth and clean. I bought this pen thinking it might have a nice medium point as well. Well, it says "M" on it along with Pilot Super Quality. I have another Pilot pen with the same nib and I hate the pen, it's so scratchy and skips like crazy. Well, this pen is pretty much the same, very scratchy and skips. I'm disappointed with Pilot. My $15 Metropolitan beats this pen, hands down.