Stipula Passaporto Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Clear Body

Stipula Passaporto Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Clear Body

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The Passaporto fountain pen comes inside a red gift box and includes one blue ink cartridge and one glass eyedropper for ink filling.

Enjoy the sleek look of Italian design in the world of compact and efficient fountain pens. The Passaporto's smooth resin body is clipless and designed to be small enough to carry in your pocket or purse, but can expand to a full-size pen when the cap is posted on the back of the pen barrel during writing.

The Passaporto Fountain Pen can be filled with either the glass eyedropper or blue ink cartridge that is included, as well as most international short size ink cartridges. When the pen is filled directly with ink with the eyedropper it can contain up to four times the amount of ink as an international short cartridge, allowing extended writing times. Steel nib available in different nib sizes.

Pen dimensions: Approximately 3.7 inches (9.3 cm) long when capped, 4.9 inches (12.5 cm) long from tip of nib to end of cap when posted on back of pen barrel, and 0.5 inches (14.5 mm) in diameter.

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This is almost my perfect...
February 11, 2012
This is almost my perfect pen. It's easy to carry (though some people will miss the clip- at least the feather emblem prevents rolling off of a flat surface), holds a ton of ink as an eye-dropper, and the fine nib writes beautifully. Many European makers have trouble creating a true fine-point that is narrow and smooth, but I found this to perform better than most (certainly more narrow than lamy and pelikan). The pen is comfortable to write with, even with my long fingers. Overall, it's like a very high end version of a pilot petit1. My only complaint is that bouncing around in my pocket, a decent amount of ink collected in the cap - never leaked beyond the seal, but could be messy when opened.
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some people just don't...
December 5, 2011
some people just don't appreciate a fine writing utensil.
5 people found this helpful
Why on earth is this...
December 4, 2011
Why on earth is this tiny tiny pen $90 bucks?