|Item Weight||10.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.8 x 0.3 x 5.5 inches|
|Item model number||90029|
|Number of Items||1|
|Ink Color||Black, Blue, Red, Green, Pink, Purple, Turquois|
|Manufacturer Part Number||90029|
Pilot Varsity Disposable Fountain Pens, 7-Pack Pouch, Assorted Color Inks (90029)
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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
- Convenient, reusable clear plastic pouch with 7 pens with assorted color inks
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Enjoy an old school writing style with this fashionable disposable fountain pen. Each Pilot Varsity Disposable Fountain Pen features a retro style barrel with a real fountain pen nib. Other useful features include an advanced liquid ink system for smooth writing and a visible ink supply so you'll never be caught off guard by an empty pen. Pilot Varsity Disposable Fountain Pens - real fountain pens at an affordable price.
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Enjoy an old school writing style with this fashionable disposable fountain pen. Each pen in the Pilot Varsity Disposable Fountain Pen Assorted Ink 7-pack Pouch features a retro style barrel with a real fountain pen nib. Other useful features include an advanced liquid ink system for smooth writing and a visible ink supply so you'll never be caught off guard.
What's in the Box
Pack of seven Assorted Pilot Varsity Disposable Fountain Pens
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|Color||Assorted Colors||Black||Black||Assorted||Black Ink||4 color(C) + ink|
|Item Dimensions||0.3 x 3.75 x 5.5 in||2.3 x 1.2 x 7 in||2 x 6 x 9 in||5.39 x 6.38 x 0.75 in||4.5 x 8 x 1 in||0.59 x 5.55 x 0.59 in|
Top customer reviews
I am happy to say that I am not disappointed at all! They are great little pens that write smoothly right out of the package, and feel very comfortable in the hand. I even noticed that my 'old hand-writing' even came back, and I've been finding excuses to write things just because I get a genuine joy from writing with a 'real' pen!
The varsity pens are just plain awesome. They bring joy back to writing, and are obviously made with high-standards. I highly recommend them, even over some that are quadruple the price!
These Varsity pens are a great compromise. They let you use and loan out real fountain pens in circumstances where you wouldn't use your nice pens. And they write well and come in a great array of colors.
They keep their ink wet for months at a time without any care, and the fun colors are great for notes at your desk or in meetings. And if you're talking with someone and they're curious about fountain pens, give 'em one! At this price, why not?
I like writing with these pens and I like letting others write with them. In terms of nib size, they're between a European Fine and Medium nib. They are dependable writers, and excellent for the money.
The Varsity writes a line that's 0.45 mm wide on some cheap copy paper I have and 0.5 mm on some HP Premium Laserjet paper I have (a popular paper with fountain pen users). There's virtually no feathering (and I did the measuring with a 20X microscope, so I would have spotted feathering had it been there). The ink dries in a reasonable amount of time (between 2 and 3 seconds on the cheap copy paper); however, if you're a lefty and you want to use a fountain pen, you may want to get an ink that's known to dry quickly. I have some Swisher's North Sea Blue ink that dries nearly instantaneously, so inks like that would be a good choice for a lefty (alas, Swisher's went out of business, but that ink was made by Noodler's and other Noodler's inks could serve -- check the Fountain Pen Network for their ink reviews).
Oh, another tidbit: I had some Pilot Varsity fountain pens that I purchased perhaps 20 to 25 years ago. They sat for 10 or 15 years unused in my desk and around 5 years I started using them again (in truth, I can't be absolutely sure they were Pilot Varsity pens, as they looked different than what's made now). But my point is that these and other disposable fountain pens will likely give long service, even if you don't write with them right away.
When this pen dries up, I plan to see if I can take it apart so I can refill it. My approach will be to use a lathe and a cutoff tool to cut the cap off the barrel. If this lets me refill it, I'll put a favorite blue ink in it (probably Herbin's Eclat de Saphir or Private Reserve's DC Supershow Blue), glue on a new cap, and start using it again. I bet it will work!