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Platinum Preppy Fountain Pen - 05 Medium Nib - Purple Ink

$3.30

Platinum Preppy Fountain Pen - 05 Medium Nib - Purple Ink - PLATINUM PPQ-200 28 05
  • Platinum Preppy Fountain Pen - 05 Medium Nib - Purple Ink - PLATINUM PPQ-200 28 05
  • Platinum Preppy Fountain Pen - 05 Medium Nib - Purple Ink - PLATINUM PPQ-200 28 05
  • Platinum Preppy Fountain Pen - 05 Medium Nib - Purple Ink - PLATINUM PPQ-200 28 05
  • Platinum Preppy Fountain Pen - 05 Medium Nib - Purple Ink - PLATINUM PPQ-200 28 05
  • Platinum Preppy Fountain Pen - 05 Medium Nib - Purple Ink - PLATINUM PPQ-200 28 05
  • Platinum Preppy Fountain Pen - 05 Medium Nib - Purple Ink - PLATINUM PPQ-200 28 05
  • Platinum Preppy Fountain Pen - 05 Medium Nib - Purple Ink - PLATINUM PPQ-200 28 05
  • Platinum Preppy Fountain Pen - 05 Medium Nib - Purple Ink - PLATINUM PPQ-200 28 05
  • Platinum Preppy Fountain Pen - 05 Medium Nib - Purple Ink - PLATINUM PPQ-200 28 05
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Colorful and cartridge refillable fountain pens seem to be gaining popularity in Japan. The treasured spirit of writing is captured in a new and modern form.

The Platinum Preppy, like the Pilot Petit1, is a compact fountain pen available in different ink colors. The stainless steel nib is colored to match the color of the ink. It's refillable with cartridges and made of 40% recycled plastic (how green!) Available in 03 fine and 05 medium nibs.


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Specs
Model NumberPLATINUM PPQ-200 28 05
Shipping Weight0.46 oz
Body Color Clear
Body Material Plastic
Cartridge-Compatible Yes
Clip Material Plastic
Clippable Yes
Converter-Compatible Yes
Design Style Beginner-Friendly, Demonstrator
Diameter - Grip 10.6 mm
Diameter - Max 12.3 mm
Grip Color Clear
Grip Material Plastic
Length - Capped 13.8 cm
Length - Posted 15.1 cm
Length - Uncapped 12.2 cm
Mechanism Capped
Pre-Installed Ink Color Purple
Tip Length 14.5 mm
Tip Material Metal
Tip Size Medium

Reviews
2 people found this helpful
  I bought this pen in..., May 21, 2013
By ggo... - See all my reviews
I bought this pen in three colors. I do not believe the colors make a difference--they were, each, faulty. And all in the same way. Following the instructions, I inserted the cartridge and thought that the ink would begin to flow. Not only did none of the ink flow, I had to run the nib under warm water, drying it carefully with a paper towel, I tried to prod the cartridge into beginning to flow, I put everything back together and, leaving the pen capped with the nib side down, I left the pens alone for a few days. When I returned, everything remained the same. No ink. No writing.
I find these pens to be quite aesthetically lovely, with the nib matching the ink and cap color. Someone clearly put a lot of thought into the design, but went blank on the engineering portion of the pen. There is just no performance. At all.
I am aware that the pens are valued at $3.30 each. So, some may say, you get what you pay for. I have paid hundreds of dollars for some pens, yet my all time favorite is one that I paid $17. to acquire. One never knows when one will find a little treasure.
Know this: You will not find a little treasure in this pen. You will find a little headache. Hardly pays to send them back. what a waste of money...as I bought cartridges, as well.
1 person found this helpful
  The purple ink color..., June 30, 2011
By atmozap - See all my reviews
The purple ink color is a good strong purple, and the 05 nib puts down a medium wet line. I have tried the 03 and would say the 05 is much better in terms of ink flow, even if it tends toward the bold side. The nib is almost slightly italic - it can be a bit thinner horizontally than vertically. I would say it's much smoother than the Pilot Petite1. I would also prefer it with less branding. I received a generic Platinum Preppy with a 4.5oz bottle of Noodler's Baystate Blue which was converted to eyedropper, and that pen is a clean transparent gray all around, which is ideal. I'd like to be able to buy more of the no-name preppies.
1 person found this helpful
  It\'s a nice pen for..., January 31, 2011
By vso... - See all my reviews
It\'s a nice pen for the price, that\'s for sure. But I like the PILOT Petit1 better.
A big down side for me is the non-removable bar code and label. So it\'s not so
esthetically pleasing, but hey, it\'s ok for the $. The ink color is more violet than
purple - close to the cap color.
  I bought this pen a while..., July 4, 2014
By ync... - See all my reviews
I bought this pen a while back along with the black model for my daughter, and was surprised at the difference in flow - the black ink flowed much more easily. I had to shake the purple one see rap times every few minutes to get the ink flowing. But after some research at jetpens.com I learned how to convert it into an eyed topper pen. I had found the purple a bit too bright, so I mixed the ink from 2 purple cartridges with the ink from 2 black cartridges, and filled the barrel. Now I'm completely in love with this pen!!! The color is stunning, the ink flows with much greater ease, and the sight of the barrel filled with this dark royal purple is just stunning! For a $3 pen, it's brought me a lot of joy... And I haut want to write with it all the time!!
  If you expect to be able..., June 9, 2014
By shaneroney - See all my reviews
If you expect to be able to pick up this pen and begin writing with it without any hassle, you will be very frustrated. I ordered black, green, and red in 03 and black, purple, and red in 05. Both of the black pens work very well and start writing immediately. All of the colored ones suck to be perfectly honest. Even storing them nib down does very little. They will write a few sentences then completely stop. You may or may not be able to get them going again before putting them away in frustration. In addition, both the red and green colors are very washed out. The purple is nice and dark, and the black is a bit grey, but passable. I realize they were cheap. That is exactly how they perform.
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