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Pilot Metropolitan Collection Fountain Pen, Gold Barrel, Classic Design, Medium Nib, Medium Nib, Black Ink (91119)

  • Pilot Metropolitan Collection Fountain Pen, Gold Barrel, Classic Design, Medium Nib, Medium Nib, Black Ink (91119)
  • Pilot Metropolitan Collection Fountain Pen, Gold Barrel, Classic Design, Medium Nib, Medium Nib, Black Ink (91119)
  • Pilot Metropolitan Collection Fountain Pen, Gold Barrel, Classic Design, Medium Nib, Medium Nib, Black Ink (91119)

Pilot Metropolitan Collection Fountain Pen, Gold Barrel, Classic Design, Medium Nib, Medium Nib, Black Ink (91119)

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Delivery Time: 15-20 days
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Description
  • Pilot's sleek Metropolitan Collection signature pens
  • Finest quality at a mid-range price
  • Medium nib
  • Ships with 1 Pilot black ink cartridge and 1 Pilot Press Plate Converter
  • Gold barrel
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wonderful pen for the priceThis is a wonderful pen for the price, or any for that matter. It writes well, feels good, balanced and weighty, in the hand, and has a body made mostly of metal. I have two now, one using Pilot's proprietary refill cartridges (does not take the "Internation standard" cartridges) and one using a converter and J Herbin bottle ink. One medium point, one fine. Love them both. If you want to use a converter, pay attention to the product description. With my first I got one with the pen, but with the second pen there was only one ink cartridge, and no converter. 5Not a Very Smooth WriterNot a terrible pen for the money. But nib is definitely scratchy. The $3.00 Pilot Varsity writes more smoothly. Additionally, the CON-50 Pilot converter, although better than the bladder that comes with the pen, really doesn't hold much ink. I would look at Feeney and the Jinhao X-750 pens. Both significantly better for the money. 3A Great Pen for Beginners And Experienced users.This was my first fountain pen, and so far, it's been a great first try. The pen comes with an ink cartridge and an ink converter. I personally am used the Pilot ink and found it to work great, and am currently using Parker's Quink (Quick Dry Ink) to pretty good results. The nib can get a bit blocked up, but it's nothing that a quick wash can't fix up, and since the entire nib portion is only held in the pen by friction, it's easy to get a thorough cleaning. The gold colored brass body gives it a classy look with a weighty (but not too heavy) feel, and the medium nib is smooth for days. 5and enjoy, using a bulb syringe (also know as a ...Functional pen that writes well. I currently have it inked with Private Reserve Gray Flannel and it does well. I took a chance with a modern day pen and a bladder rather then a converter. I have Parker 21s and 51s so the bladder is something I used to but the complaint is still the same.... harder to clean when storing or switching to a different color ink. I have become quite used to, and enjoy, using a bulb syringe (also know as a baby booger sucker) to push water through a converter pen. Make cleanup so much easier. However, I bought this pen with the knowledge that it was a bladder pen. Overall, I am pleased with the pen and the price. 4Writ_Purchased this on a recommendation. It's okay but does tend to skip and seldom writes on the first attempt. I generally have to dip the nib into the ink bottle or squeeze the plunger ever so slightly to get the nib damp. Other than that, it is certainly an affordable fountain pen. 4Pilot Metropolitans are gateway pensIf you want people to get invested in the fountain pen world, having them try the Pilot MR is the only way to go. You don't want to start out too fancy like the TWSBI but you also don't necessarily want to offer a Pilot Kakuno or a Pilot Varsity. The pilot metropolitan has the best balance and weight of all the beginner fountain pens. Not only that, but for $18-21 you're also getting an ink cartridge and a converter with the pen. The only "downside" as it were is that the squeeze converter doesn't really tell you how much ink there is. But generally, a "fill" will last you about a week with regular use. 5Excellent value for a very servicable entry-level fountain pen.OK - these are not collector's items, probably will never be a family heirloom, but for an everyday easy to hold fountain pen these can't be beat. My only complaint is that when I put the cap on the back end (for balance) while using the pen, it tends to slide off unexpectedly. I have a "fine" and a "medium": the fine is a bit bigger than the "fine" dip-pens I have and the medium puts down a lot more ink than other "mediums". "Fine" is my favorite choice for correspondence, display labels and doodling. Works very well with Waterman ink. 4A really good value for personal useI can't believe how smoothly this writes every time I pick it up. Even after not using it for long periods of time it writes without having to "start" it first. If I did serious publishing work I'd buy a more expensive pen, but for occasional personal use this is a great pen for me. 5Great Pen!This is a great beginner fountain pen for the price! The ink flows from the pen nicely and the pen writes smoothly. This comes with the pen, an ink cartridge, and squeezable-bladder-type ink converter. Overall this product worked as it was supposed to and I would buy it again. 5You won't get more pen for the money. Least-expensive great fountain available.I got the (M) nib fountain pen and went with blue cartridges. For the price, you cannot beat the performance of this pen. If you're like I was, and you're not sure if you really want a fountain pen or not, this pen is not too much to risk on it, and the thing writes great, right out of the box.If you want to refill from bottled ink, I'd recommend you get the CON-50 converter, as the included converter is opaque, you can't see how much ink is left.ALSO, I got the (M)edium sized nib. I have to use my better paper with it. My really cheap, recycled, post-user content notebooks tend to feather and bleed with this ink. If you know you are going to use cheap, 50 cent notebooks, I'd recommend you get the (F)ine nib. 5
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