|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.2 x 2.3 x 7 inches|
|Item model number||91138|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||Fountain Pen (Fine Nib)|
|Point Type||Fine Point|
|Manufacturer Part Number||91138|
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- Fresh, modern and sophisticated styling for the perfect all-occasion gift
- Brass barrel and fine point stainless steel fountain pen nib reflect the highest standards of Pilot craftsmanship
- Premium matte finish with an animal-print accent band brings a subtle hint of the exotic to your writing
- MR Fountain Pens arrive with a converter and pre-filled black ink cartridge
- Refillable for continued use with Pilot or Namiki brand ink cartridges or bottled inks (sold separately)
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Extraordinary Pens for Everyday Use
Designed with writing performance and lasting quality in mind, Pilot MR writing instruments feature durable brass barrels, premium matte finishes, and polished accents that render pure sophistication. Pilot MR is available in two design families--the Metropolitan Collection and the Animal Collection. Each collection also features multiple writing instruments including fountain pens, gel rollers, ball points, and mechanical pencils. All Pilot MR writing instruments are refillable for continued use.
Pilot MR is available in two style, the Metropolitan Collection & the Animal Collection.
From a 100 year heritage of crafting the world's finest pens comes Pilot MR.
Fountain Pen--Medium Nib
Designed precisely for those who appreciate an exceptional writing experience. From the point of the nib to the end of the barrel, Pilot Fountain pens are expertly crafted from premium materials for the utmost in writing performance, feel, and reliability. Use with the included pre-filled in cartridge or fill the converter with your favorite ink. Pilot recommends Iroshizuku Bottled Fountain Pen ink.
Gel Roller--Fine Point (0.7mm)
Combining Pilot's unique smooth-writing gel ink formula with an elegant refined look, Pilot MR gel roller pens take the pleasure of writing to the next level. Vibrant G2 gel ink glides across the page for a truly effortless writing experience. Refillable for a continued use with Pilot G2 gel ink refills.
Ball Point Pen--Medium Point (1.0mm)
Quick Drying, Pilot's oil-based ball point ink writes effortlessly on contracts, documents and checks without blotting or smearing. Pilot MR ball point pens make a lasting impression in a business environment or presented as a gift for a respected colleague or treasured friend. Refillable for continued use with Pilot ball point pen refills.
Mechanical Pencil--0.7mm Lead
Solid and sturdy in the hand, Pilot MR Animal Collection Mechanical Pencils elevate the experience of writing with a mechanical pencil. Featuring a reliable and dependable internal mechanism to securely advance strong and smooth 0.7 mm #2 HB lead. Refillable with Pilot lead refills for continued use.
Perfect for gift giving, MR arrives in a handsome magnetic-close gift box with black slip sleeve.
Makes a Perfect Gift
Each Pilot MR Writing Instrument arrives packaged in an elegant black gift box perfect for presenting as a gift to respected colleagues, treasured friends, and loved ones. Known for quality that lasts and superior writing performance, feel confident giving Pilot MR Metropolitan and MR Animal Collected Writing Instruments for all your gift-giving needs.
Pilot MR Animal Collection Fountain Pen
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This review is for the pen in Gold Lizard, with a fine nib (Fountain).
I write this as a FP user who is far from an expert, but has basic experience with about a dozen different low cost pens over 4-5 years.
When the pen arrived I was very excited to try it out along with the Noodler's bulletproof black ink that I bought at the same time. Both the pen and ink were new to me. [My usual inks are Skrip and Qink, but I've been hearing such good things about Noodler's that I had to try it]
Opening the box I found it to be nicely packaged, in a case of about the expected quality for the price of the pen. Simple, but sufficient -- there are pictures in other reviews, so I won't go into much detail here. Good enough for a casual gift, doesn't pretend to be an upscale gift.
The pen already had the converted loaded, which I immediately put to use, so I am not reviewing the included ink cartridge, but one was included to get you started if you don't have bottled ink to use.
First I flushed the pen with a pen cleaner to ensure that it wouldn't have any trouble feeding ink, rinsed it out, and gave it a fill.
The converter is a sac type with a lever to squeeze the sack. For this reason I knocked .25 star off of the review. While many say that sacs are better, I personally prefer clear plastic converters that allow me to see how much ink is remaining and to ensure that I got a good fill. Filling it was fairly easy, I just put the tip of the nib in the bottle and squeezed it and released it slowly 4 or 5 times until no air bubbles were coming out when I squeezed it. Easier and cleaner than the screw or piston type converters, so I may end up changing my mind about which is better as time goes on.
A quick wipe of the section and I was ready to write! This review comes after completely using that first fill of ink over a two day period.
The writing was nice -- a very sharp and even line. The nib is nice and smooth and started immediately on the first stroke. Fast or slow, it always started the first time except for when I would leave it uncapped for too long (3 or 4 minutes), at which time it would hesitate a little on the first stroke, but quickly pick right back up and start writing. A thinner/wetter ink would probably be even better in this regard, but I've not had a chance to try them yet. It seemed fairly forgiving of angle, not being too picky about keeping the nib correctly oriented to the paper. It would not write with the nib upside down, but since it draws such a fine line to begin with there's not much reason to care. There was a fair amount of ink creep on the face of the nib, which doesn't look nice, but since this is my first experience with this ink and then pen I'm not sure whether to blame the ink or the nib. It wasn't enough to cause blotting or a wet sticky cap.
The converter doesn't look like it holds very much ink, but the line on this pen is so fine that it's very miserly with the ink and it lasts a long time. I wrote, doodled, and scribbled a good 20 or so pages before running out of ink, with very little warning -- it was writing perfectly, then just stopped. Squeezing the converter wouldn't give me enough ink in the feed to coax even another sentence out of it, which means that I'll need a backup pen or to keep it well topped off. That said, given how much it wrote there's NO WAY that I'll run out of ink in a normal day of writing.
So... I took off .25 star for the converter, where's the other .75 star go? This one is a little more serious for me and it's the comfort of the pen. Is is well balanced, a good weight, a good length, etc... but the transition from the barrel to the section is too sharp. I found myself having to hold the pen much more carefully than I'd like to ensure that it wasn't digging into my finger. Yes, a lighter grip would be a good thing, and something I should practice, but for now I had to be very careful to position my hand lower on the section to avoid a sore finger. In my mind, this is the biggest and only real flaw with this pen, which I'm sure will now be my daily carry pen.
(attached image written with this pen, Noodler's Bulletproof black, on average grade printer paper)
I love these pens as soon as I opened the package, the color is just beautiful.
I have many fountain pens, and pilot fine nib is really good to write with, the line is super thin, like 0.5mm.
The mechanical pencil design is great too, and it is 0.5mm, perfect for my needs.
The only complaint that I have is there is no gel roller pen in this set, I would prefer it than the ball point pen.
Overall, I am very happy with this purchase, so I give it five stars.
I have included few photos for you to look at the details of the product.
To sum up, I listed some Pros and Cons below.
1. Very well-made pens and pencil
2. The product price is reasonable.
3. The color is just beautiful, nothing like it on the market
4. Well-designed pens and does its job perfectly.
5. Fine nib fountain pen, medium ball point pen and 0.5mm mechanical pencil
6. Very nice packaging box, perfect for gift
1. None so far. Wish they also include the gel roller pen in there
I have not much experience with (other) fountain pens, so I cannot compare it. But see YouTube and you'll find that most people love it.
Unrelated to the pen's performance:
The pen case itself was slightly damaged. There are scratches on the 'glass' (plastic) of the case. Furthermore, the clip on the cap has small scratches (see the picture), which, in combination with the scratches on the case, made me wonder if this pen was used before in some way. . The nib and inside seemed new though.
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