Tombow Zoom 101 Carbon Fiber Fountain Pen - Medium Nib

Tombow Zoom 101 Carbon Fiber Fountain Pen - Medium Nib

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4.5 (2 reviews)
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The Tombow Zoom 101 was produced to commemorate the Zoom Design Collection's 20th anniversary. The design is based on an ultra-light weight concept, thus the pen weighs just under 0.5 oz (14 grams). The exotic body is made of high-tech carbon (used in aircrafts) and the clip, tip and ring are made of the metal Duralumin, an extremely light and durable Aluminium. The Zoom 101 goes against the tradition that high end fountain pens need to be heavy. It is supposed to be the world's lightest high end fountain pen. It features an elegant pattern of black and soft grey, and conveniently refills with an international short standard size cartridge. The Rhodium finished stainless nib is available in fine and medium.

Pen dimensions: Measures 5.5 inches (13.75 cm) when capped and 4.75 inches (12 cm) uncapped. Measures 6.25 inches (16 cm) when cap is posted on the end of the pen. Approximately .42 inches in diameter.

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I am a fan of carbon...
July 11, 2011
I am a fan of carbon fiber and this is a very unique pens. The first impression is .. this pen is very very light. The lightest fountain pen I ever use. But don't be fooled by its weight, it is a very comfortable writing instrument. The second impression ... OMG, I just spend $250 for a pen!!
Well, if you ask me if this pen worth $250, the answer is yes and no. I collect Tombow pens since they come out with a "fish shaped" pen in 1983. Ever since that, I own every single Tombow pens and pencils in every possible color and variation. So, yes I am crazy about tombow pens. So, for me, this pen worth every penny.
The barrel of this pen is made of real carbon fiber. Feel kind of like plastic but much more sturdier. It have a good balance with a superb nib. The nib itself is a tad thicker compare to the pilot nib. This medium nib is more like broad. This is the fountain pen that I use the most together with my Pilot Decimo. 4 stars for the premium price.
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bought 3 of these a month...
April 27, 2010
bought 3 of these a month ago best!!!!!!