Tag: pelikan

Pelikan M805 Fountain Pen Review

2 May 2018 By ian

The (relatively) more affordable Pelikan fountain pens have long been a favourite of mine. The M205 is a lovely pen, particularly with the gold nib upgrade. This caused me to long for one of the significantly less affordable models. I was lucky enough to be lent a blue M805 and immediately fell in love with […]

Pelikan M205 Aquamarine Fountain Pen Review

12 June 2017 By ian

Did I need a another Pelikan M200? Apparently I did, because as soon as I saw this special edition aquamarine version I bought it. I also stumped up the extra for a gold nib because Pure Pens were doing the upgrade for a fantastic price. (The total price of the pen was not much more […]

Pelikan Stola III Fountain Pen Review

11 July 2016 By ian

Pelikan are best known for their luxury pens but the Stola is firmly at the opposite end of the price spectrum. It’s a chance to own a Pelikan pen without breaking the bank. Thank you to Pen Chalet for sending me this pen to review. These are my own honest opinions. It’s currently making the […]

Pelikan M120 Fountain Pen Review

25 April 2016 By ian

The original M120 was released in 1955 as a school pen. This reissue keeps the same design but includes a modern piston filling mechanism and has a nib that is etched with a pattern from 1889. Thank you to Pure Pens for lending me this pen in exchange for a fair and honest review. If […]

Pelikan 4001 Violet Ink Review

10 November 2015 By ian

This is from Pelikan’s standard range of ink and is a pretty average kind of purple. It’s quick to dry but the colour doesn’t really inspire. Here I am doodling the Inkling. You can find some more reviews of Pelikan Violet on Pennaquod.