|Item Weight||0.5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.4 x 3.1 x 1.2 inches|
|Item model number||90010|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||90010|
Pilot Varsity Disposable Fountain Pens, Black Ink, Dozen Box (90010)
|Price:||$22.36 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details|
|You Save:||$17.13 (43%)|
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- Fashionable disposable fountain pen that's convenient and easy to use
- Now with a new modern design
- Advanced liquid ink system and unique real fountain pen nib guarantee smooth writing
- Visible ink supply allows you to see how much ink is left
- Box of 12 pens with black ink
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Top Customer Reviews
This is an excellent introduction to fountain pens for those with hesitancy about buying one. I've collected a few vintage and new fountain pens over the years; some of them lay in a display box, loved but unused. On contrast, you will use this pen! It's incredibly cheap for the quality, so you get a basically positive experience (smooth flowing liquid expression) without the price, or the ultimate cost...losing the darn thing. At prices ranging from $40 to $400 and beyond (Amazon.com sells a Namiki fountain pen for well over $4,000), the habitual loser of inanimate objects would be understandably reluctant to invest in a gold-nibbed, laquered objet-d'art, and would opt instead for this beautiful cheaply that even CALLS itself "disposable!"
It's a personal preference, but I'd opt for the fine nib over the medium if you're going to use this everyday--you'll write faster and use less ink. The medium is nice for big John Hancock-ish signatures and weighty thoughts, but you lose a little expression (those personal shadings and slight angles that even the untrained can't help but produce). The steel nib writes surprisingly smoothly, and as mentioned above, the ink doesn;t evaporate too quickly. You can't refill the pen (it's DISPOSABLE just because of that), but you can buy several in different colors and nib sizes, and get some idea of what kind of pen suits you.
If and when you feel like you want to purchase a re-fillable fountain pen, try for something under $50. Levenger.Read more ›
These pens are fantastic. They write every time - no drying out of the nib. They never leak. I just love them, and I'm ordering this set for myself because I love the colors. They write very nicely.
It is true about fountain pens - they significantly imrpove handwriting. For the first time in years, I can read everything I am writing.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's a personal preference, but I'd opt for the fine nib over the medium if you're going to use this everyday--you'll write faster and use less ink. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Jeremy Roemer
So far, I have used these pens for about a year, and have not had a leak. They also don't dry up easily, so that you don't have to scribble a little bit to get them writing again... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Suzie Grover
These are really quality disposable fountain pens. They write smoothly and last for a long time. Will order again when I run out.Published 4 days ago by seredaaddams
The pens are really good and a really smooth write. The black pen though does not have as smooth of a write it could just be mine though. Other then that its good.Published 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
Best pens I have ever bought. If you like fountain pens you will love these.Published 8 days ago by Stephanie Patterson
They seem to have a reasonably long life of use, and fortunately are inexpensive enough to have one not worry about losing them. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Jesus Chavarria