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Pilot E95S Fountain Pen - Burgundy and Ivory, 14K Extra-Fine Nib

Pilot E95S Fountain Pen - Burgundy and Ivory, 14K Extra-Fine Nib


 
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The Pilot E95s Fountain Pen in Burgundy and Ivory, with a 14K Extra-Fine nib, is a nod to the classic, streamlined pens of the 1960"s. The E95s features a slim, light weight barrel and 14-karat gold inlaid nib for an exquisitely smooth writing experience.




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Product Code: PILOT-E95S-BURGUNDY-EF-NIB


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Pilot E95S Fountain Pen - Burgundy and Ivory, 14K Extra-Fine Nib

The Pilot E95s Fountain Pen in Burgundy and Ivory, with a 14K Extra-Fine nib, is a nod to the classic, streamlined pens of the 1960"s. The E95s features a slim, light weight barrel and 14-karat gold inlaid nib for an exquisitely smooth writing experience.

Originally released in 1962 and reborn in 2014, the E95s is the fountain pen of choice for those who appreciate fountain pens with both history and an elegant look and feel. Nib choices for this pen are Extra Fine, Fine and Medium only. The E95s fountain pen arrives in a gift box, and includes both a cartridge and a CON-20 squeeze converter to get you started immediately.


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Pilot E95S; a new favorite November 11, 2014
Reviewer: Roger Dominick from Cincinnati, OH  
I bought this pen from the Andersons at the Ohio Pen Show. I had been fascinated by the look of the pen since I had first seen it, but it was so unusual that I really wanted to hold one and see how it felt before laying out the money for it. Lisa saw me looking at the sample pen and offered to let me write with hers; I knew as soon as I touched pen to paper that I was going to get one.

Chose the EF, because I write really small and like really fine pens, and it is quite fine. Originally I filled it with a little Montblanc Burgundy, and found it a gorgeous ink that was too dry for this pen; switched to Sailor Jentle oku-yama, and the additional flow from that ink made the pen sing.

It's rare that a new pen goes straight into the top-tier pen wrap, but I had to make room for it there. I'm looking forward to doing a lot of writing with this pen.

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