Parker Frontier – Pluma estilográfica (punta media, adornos en cromo color negro translúcido
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You can do so much better.
This, like the 45 and others in this market stratum, is a very modestly priced pen, but modest price doesn't necessarily correlate with modest performance. Mechanically, a fountain pen is a terribly simple little thing, but small compromises can make huge differences.
You know you're going to get a steel nib on a pen like this and that it's going to be rigid. The flow through my little piece of nostalgia's nib was at first recalcitrant, then it emptied the cartridge onto my page (no harm done). Cleaned up, tried again; I let the pen stand upright (i.e., nib up) overnight and calm down. Next day, flow evened out, but the rigid M nib produces a wet, wide line except on especially non-porous paper. It's this kind of thing that causes people who might otherwise become interested in fountain pens to dismiss them as a mess not worth incurring.
If you're experimenting with the fountain pen, you should have one that will give you a performance that is closer to that of a serious instrument. Fountain pen users are interested in the act/process of handwriting itself. The pen is not just something to scratch out a note or phone number. If you couldn't care less about the experience of ink on paper, the fountain pen's not for you.
However, if you're intrigued by this ink-on-paper thing, try the Pilot Prera. You can find it on [...]. It's about $35, but that's modest as FPs go; choosing something more modest is a waste of your time.
One other note about price: Unless you enjoy impressing people with your jewelry, there's no need to pay more than $150 to $200 for a lovely pen that may last you a lifetime. The entry-level Pelikan (not the student Pelikano) is about $130. The nib is gold, giving you that delicious flexibility that phases with the effortless line of ink the nib lays down. I'm a writer and editor, and I regard fountain pens as tools, not baubles, and certainly not jewelry. Going up the Pelikan line will relieve you of more money, but the performance will not necessarily be dramatically different. Visit a serious pen store and try them out. It will cost you nothing to write a few words with a pen that someone will pay $800 for. Save $700 and take home the classic black K150.