Pilot Prera Fountain Pen - Medium Nib - White Body

Pilot Prera Fountain Pen - Medium Nib - White Body

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5.0 (3 reviews)
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Capture this year's new body colors for the Pilot Prera fountain pen. Preras are deliciously colorful, have a clean and simple look and write luxuriously. Each pen comes elegantly decorated with metal trim and feels very well made. The pen weighs approximately 0.5 ounces (without pen box) and measures 12 cm capped, 10.75 cm uncapped, and 13.5 cm with the cap posted. The pen is compatible with the CON-20 or CON-50 converter as well as ink cartridges. Each pen comes with one free black refill cartridge.

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The Prera was the second...
August 19, 2010
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The Prera was the second pen I bought from JetPens, and I must say that it is a great deal for the price. The pen looks really nice in person. The Prera's nib is one of the smoothest in my collection, second only to my Montblanc Meisterstuck Classique. I got mine with a medium nib, and it gives a finer line than a western medium, but slightly wider than a western fine. Overall, I am pleased with this purchase.
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Wonderful little pen!...
February 3, 2012
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Wonderful little pen! Smooth writer, well made, great click-closing. A converter can be used, it's easy to dismantle and clean and even the nibs can be exchanged with 78G and Penmanship, if you happen to have those. Works without problems but Penmanship is a better match (as 78G has gold plated nib). On top of all that functionality, Prera is a beautiful pen, at least to me it is. My daily writer.
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I bought a brown Prera...
April 7, 2010
I bought a brown Prera then followed by a white Prera.
The brown one shows smudge (from finger grease / perspiration) quite clearly and requires more frequent cleaning to clear the visible smudge prints. It also makes any dust that is on it, appear visible. The darker brown attracts more heat if the pen is left under the Sun, therefore causing more ink evaporation within the pen cap.
The white one does not show the smudge, though they are there. Any dust on the white surface is hardly noticeable. The white surface does not attract as much solar heat.
Verdict : I prefer the white Prera more than the brown one.
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