This was one of the first fountain pens I purchased and it’s still a solid, smooth workhorse for me.
This is an excellent beginners fountain pen. This was my main pen for a few years.
My main pen today. This one goes everywhere my backpack goes and is the one that does 90% of my fountain pen writing.
A gift from a friend. I’ve been considering this as a pocket pen that I carry. But I simply can’t bring myself to abusing a fountain pen the way I do my pocket pens.
I keep a broad nib on this beast. It’s great for writing titles and calligraphy like letters.
Another gift from a friend. You can’t buy these. But I love the feel it has in the hand. Very well balanced.
These two ECOs were given to me by the one and only Nib Grinder. He put a CSI grind on the green one and an architect grind on the purple. In the future, I’m seriously looking at the architect grind all the way.
Another gift. Mine is in the Prussian Blue, but this purple one is the closest link I could find on Amazon. Love the feel of this one compared to the standard 580.
This was the first bottle of ink I purchased and it stills serves me really well. People make fun of me for recommending it but I’m yet to see it have an issue in any pen.
This sampler pack came from Nib Grinder again. And thanks to this pack, colored inks are slowly making their way into my lineup.