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Pelikan M600 Fountain Pen Review

In 1988 Pelikan introduced the M600, a M400 sized pen with the upgraded trim of the larger M800.  The M600 was sold with a monotone 18kt gold nib for it’s first year only, switching to a bi-tone 14kt gold nib in 1989. 768 more words

Pen Review

Ohai, Gateway Drug for Pelikans--Pelikan Tradition M200

I’ve resisted trying out Pelikan pens because, truth be told, I don’t like the green striated body (blasphemy, I know). Also, I wasn’t willing to pay a premium for it because I’m wary of paying extra just for the brand. 71 more words

New Acquisition

My First "Real" Fountain Pen

Sooo since I talked about the Adler a bit, which was made in West Germany, I decided to post up a fountain pen I own that is also German. 699 more words


What's Your Opinion Of Pen Brands

You already know pens are not created equal. Those of us who write about them can only comment on the brands with which we have experience and that can be a limited pool given the number of pen manufacturers. 884 more words

Fountain Pens

My Short List Of Favorite Fountain Pens

Few new pens have landed on the Inkophile desk in recent years resulting in a scarcity of pen reviews. So a bit of pen praise will have to suffice. 329 more words


The Pelikan P200 Is Not What You Would Expect

Whoa! Pelikan has announced a new cartridge model and Edelstein cartridges to go with it!