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post #46 of 111
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Just bought a Mazzuoli pen on ebay, let's see how it turns out.
Update, it's a beauty, big pen, and writes well, a soft and thin line.
LL
post #47 of 111
Am looking to purchase a nice rollerball and came across the Waterman Exception Slim



Does anyone have any experience with this pen?
post #48 of 111
My former regular was a Waterman but abandoned it for a daily writer that is a Pelikan 215 with a customized/tuned nib.

For the roller ball my Lamy Swift is a true standout and stand by.

For value and performance, it would be pretty hard to best the combination above.

My "lux" writer is a Grand Viceroy Yard-o-Led.
post #49 of 111
Rotring 600

post #50 of 111
I think I've probably said it in this thread already, but Dupont makes an excellent black pen in the Olympio (used to be the 'Orpheo' in the States). The only downsides (which are arguably subjective) are that it's not a piston-filler and it's heavy.
post #51 of 111
Was going to start one, but found this one.

I think I nice, classy pen is an essential. Heck my Monte Blanc has gotten me my last two jobs, (and a third offer!), coincidental.

any other pen-ophiles?

I don't have many, I'd like to have more, but I have a Meisterstück ballpoint, and 2 Watermans, 1 Expert rollerball and one Amber Carene ballpoint.
post #52 of 111
Rollerballs are my preferred style of pen. I'm currently using a "Rochetti" pen designed by the great Ettore Sottsass for Acme, part of their limited-edition Phase 3 collection:



Next I'm planning to buy a "Dialog 2," designed by Knud Holscher for Lamy:

post #53 of 111
Namikis are nice, but I came to prefer the Platinum, which is also a Japanese maker. They make a very nice and reasonably-priced (in luxe pen terms) celluloid-barrel line. Much less costly than Omas, which are nice, but very overpriced and made for fetishists.
post #54 of 111
I really like Omas pens.
post #55 of 111
just the standard lamy safari for me with noodlers ink . works for me
post #56 of 111
I switched to a ballpoint so I can use the Visconti gel inserts.
post #57 of 111
I use a Cartier Diabolo rollerball with platinum finish:

http://www.neimanmarcus.com/store/ca...4&ci_sku=N0CPW
post #58 of 111
My newest pen is a Retro 51 Black Stealth.
post #59 of 111
Favourites: Omas, Aurora, Lamy. I also have Waterman, Pelikan, Parker and Montblanc.
post #60 of 111
I have the parker pen in like 5 different colors, all with the gel. I love them, but they aren't very baller.
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