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Pelikan M805 Fountain Pen Review

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[…]

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Pelikan M205 Aquamarine Fountain Pen Review

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[…]

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Pelikan Stola III Fountain Pen Review

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[…]

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Pelikan M120 clip and cap

Pelikan M120 Fountain Pen Review

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[…]

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Pelikan 4001 Violet ink review

Pelikan 4001 Violet Ink Review

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.

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