Plus one nib.

And the pen that holds it!
My first new fountain pen in years, a Platinum Prefounte in “night sea” dark blue.

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Came with a blue cartridge, but I got a piston converter with it (almost cost as much as the pen! Lol)

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0.5mm nib supposedly, which to me would be an ‘Fine’ nib, but it writes like an ‘Medium’. Which is a pleasant surprise for me, I like the broader line. Pen is smooth writting, and comfortable. Nice in the pocket, cap is very secure for just a snap on. Been carying it clipped to the cover on my leather field notes cover that I got recently.

Cap has a rubber boot in it, that seals around the nib and feed, they claim 1 year of laying capped with no ink loss. Hopefully I won’t let it lay thst long although unfortunately I have done so with some of my pens before. But I will leave it a while at some point, look forward to seeing if it doesn’t dry out.

Filled it with a new ink sample, a silver, Diamine Snow Storm. I like it! I see a bottle in my future.

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Ink and pen are a great combo so far for long slow writting, without the nib drying out. Took notes in church this last Sunday, and at times I had it uncapped for id say a good 5 to 7 minutes if not longer, without writting, and it didn’t dry up!

Carrying it with a very fitting notebook, the silver version of Field Notes group 11, with silver dot grid, and gilt edges.

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Categories: EDC, Field Notes, Fountain Pens, Ink, New Gear, Notebooks, Pens, Reviews | 1 Comment

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  1. Nice! Looks like a fun way to get into writing more by hand, and less on the computer screen!

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