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Waterman Phileas Blue Fine Point Fountain Pen - 19702WA


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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameWaterman
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Point TypeFine Point
Manufacturer Part Number19702WA
  
Additional Information
ASINB0006G2LBY
Best Sellers Rank #215,456 in Office Products (See top 100)
Date First AvailableNovember 2, 2006
  
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Product Description

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Presented in bright royal blue and black The Waterman Phileas Blue Fine Point Fountain Pen receives its inspiration directly from the Art Deco period with its oblong shape cigar band ring and stylish clip. The Waterman Phileas Blue Fine Point Fountain Pen has a unique smoky pattern that is prevalent all throughout the pen?s base and reveals a journey in time through the world?s most beautiful colors. Available in fine point with a 23 karat gold electroplated engraved nib.

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It has nice weight and balance and writes smoothly on a variety paper.
Book Junkie
Many fountain pen users regard the Phileas series as the best place to start with fountain pens, and I agree with that.
Mike Rybak
It belongs to the tribe of what I have heard called 'fat cigar-shaped' pens which I personally like.
Veronica

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Harry Pandolfino on February 3, 2005
I've been using Cross pens since I returned to my fountain pen roots several years ago but I decided to try this model because of its gorgeous design. There are aspects of it that I like better. The cartridges are longer, unlike the smaller Cross ones that run out much quicker and never seem to drain completely. It was also ready to go as soon as the cartridge was inserted unlike the Cross which seem to be stubborn to get started. It has a nice feel to it ergonomically and I nice feel to the nib on the paper.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie Manley VINE VOICE on November 9, 2004
I bought this pen recently and I really like the attractiveness of the pen. I believe this goes well for either a man or a woman. The pen writes very smoothly and offers you a quality pen at a reasonable price.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Mike Rybak on January 27, 2007
Since the Phileas came out a number of years ago, I've had 4 of them (3 fountain and 1 roller ball). These fountain pens have never let me down and have always been sound in quality. The first was the original red and blue series, the others were later blue and green marble models. They look nice and write very well. Many fountain pen users regard the Phileas series as the best place to start with fountain pens, and I agree with that. They're easy to clean, easy to use, and mine have always been ready to write for me. I whole heartedly suggest this pen as a fine addition to any pen collection, as well as for a nice fountain pen to use on a daily basis.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By R. Ward on November 21, 2006
The Waterman Phileas fountain pen is a wonder. Smooth writing, well built, nice weight and balance, it's a heck of a pen for the price (always $40 or less if you shop around).

I have more expensive pens, older pens, but this is the pen I use more than half the time. At its price, I'm not afraid to carry it with me for fear of losing or damaging it. The cartridges are huge.

Great buy.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By deltapearl21972 on November 8, 2010
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I love whipping out this beautiful pen to use it at the Grocery Store and at school then watch and wait for the "Wow's" and the "ahhhhhhhhhh's" to tumble out of everyone's mouth. I've gotten nothing but positive compliments and it writes like Butter (smile). It's so smooth and it feels great in my hand. Wish that I could have used it to write this review (smile).
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