Pilot pluma estilográfica patrimonio personalizado 91, fm-nib, cuerpo negro (fkvh-1mr-bfm)
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- Pilot pluma estilográfica
- Custom Heritage 91
Descripción del producto
'Pluma estilográfica clásica de patrimonio de diseño sólido ha aparecido en la serie "Custom Pilot. de punta de la PAC es corte plano, piezas de metal se resumen en plata. 14 K flexible especificación, en rodio de punta se aplica a la superficie. usted puede elegir entre 9 diferentes bolígrafo (BB) de grosor hasta (EF) microfibra. 137 mm longitud total: Tamaño de cuerpo de cm. Diámetro máximo del eje: 14 mm aprox peso corporal: 20 g aprox. expresión conversor de tinta para ambos.
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I wound up getting this pen to have a second go at Pilot fountain pens. It wasn't that I hated my Elabo (far from it), just that I wanted to see if their quality was that good across the brand and how another of their gold nibs compared to the Elabo which was designed to be flexible.
To start off with: Make sure you clean your pen prior to filling it the first time. It took me so long after my purchase arrived because I filled it right away and was disappointed with the flow and how it performed. I am a lefty, so that also leads to a little extra tinkering being necessary with some fountain pens to get the flow correct while writing under normal circumstances (fellow lefties will understand). So I tinkered with the nib changing it gradually over about 3 weeks until I had a nice writing experience (not scratchy, or anything like that). But I found that it continued to have a dry flow that didn't lend itself to writing more than a line with on A5 paper before it started to skip. So I decided to clean it out and see if a good cleaning and re-inking would improve performance.
Turns out, that did the trick. I just inked it up this morning and was able to get straight to writing without a problem. It has a nice flow and isn't scratchy at all. I was able to write a half-page on my test without incident (no flow-stops/ skips), and was even able to do a few push-lines across the page without the feed drying out.
I did say that I purchased this pen to compare it to the Elabo, so I will also put the results of that comparison here too. I was a little more pleased with the Elabo as it came ready-for-use (I didn't have to clean it or tweak the nib at all to get it writing perfectly) and it included a converter in the price (instead of having to purchase one separately as I did with this pen). It is a small thing, but definitely helps out. Flex-wise, I find that both nibs (the Elabo SEF, and Heritage 91 EF) has approximately the same flex. You can easily get line variation on the page by changing how much pressure you use on your strokes, and can easily get to a medium or bold line without feeling like you may be harming the nib.
I am quite pleased with the Heritage 91, and the only downside I have had was needing to purchase a converter in addition to the pen.
1. The nib, though I wouldn't say "butter smooth," became smoother, depending on the wet ink and good paper,
2. The barrel makes squeak when you unscrew it. Sounds really cheap. Yes I know I can put some grease on but still.
3. This body has crazy statics. It grabs all kinds of white dust on the barrel. I have other pens but maybe they have some kind of coating so they don't attract that many dust. But this unit, remember I told you about feeling cheap, no matter where I use the pen, once I lay down anywhere it grabs crazy amount of dusts. This really is no good.