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May 12, 2019,23:13 PM

Aaah, not the last one... I already have it. wink  



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WatchProSite Pursuits: Fountain Pen Review, An Unboxing of Faber Castell Pen Of The Year 2019: Samurai

 By: patrick_y : May 12th, 2019-15:28
WatchProSite Moderator Patrick_y has another passion outside of horology and automobiles. And those are Fountain Pens! He introduces WatchProSite readers to a post about the Graf Von Faber Castell 2019 Pen of the Year celebrating Samurai. “The pen is migh...  

The black Samurai pen....

 By: Adamska : May 12th, 2019-16:48
is truly the best looking fountain pen I have ever seen! Gorgeous piece of art. This meme is the only image evocative enough of my feelings.... ...  

Thanks Adamska!

 By: patrick_y : May 13th, 2019-14:25
And thank you for the meme!

Anytime ;)

 By: Adamska : May 13th, 2019-15:48
The pleasure is all mine on this one!! Cheers, Filip

Thanks for the review and photos...

 By: orahu : May 12th, 2019-16:55
...of a truly beautiful pen. I have been collecting fountain pens since 1994 or so. In recent years, most of my acquisitions have been Montblancs. Here is the latest — the 2019 Le Petit Prince (on Easter Morning). ...  

Nice ;) [nt]

 By: Adamska : May 12th, 2019-17:21

A lovely one. [nt]

 By: amanico : May 12th, 2019-23:09

Very nice pen! My latest Montblanc was the Borghese piece.

 By: patrick_y : May 13th, 2019-14:25
Very nice piece you have there!

Fantastic Review.....

 By: SALMANQ8 : May 12th, 2019-17:44
Big Congrats on the Great Faber Castell Samurai, what a wonderful pen. In my past life I used to collect fountain pens. As pieces of Art they do give a lot of satisfaction. S

Its very true :-)

 By: SALMANQ8 : May 13th, 2019-16:17
Purists have common interests S

You may find it hard to believe...

 By: patrick_y : May 13th, 2019-14:28
You may find it difficult to believe, I actually don't own a Pelikan pen. I mostly own Montblanc pens. I hear Pelikans have a wetter nib than Montblancs. Definitely ought to try them sometime. I'm definitely a big fan of the Pelikan designs.

I don't think its hard to believe at all :D my second fountain pen was a Montblanc and had it not skipped I think I would have been in trouble and added more.

 By: Rogi : May 14th, 2019-06:10
Now it has settled down (Montblanc Le Petit Prince Classique) and is fine (I suspect it had baby's bottom) the writing is comparable, I have the Montblanc with a medium nib and Pelikan (M800 Renaissance Brown) on Extra Fine Nib. The Pelikan writes smoothe... 

Superb, Patrick. This fountain pen is superb. Congratulations. I hesitated to open your thread because pens are a dangerous attraction on me. ;)

 By: amanico : May 12th, 2019-22:27
I will see it in the metal as I have a very nice pens shop close to where I live.... Enjoy yours, mon ami. And thanks for this superb post... Damn, I opened it. Nicolas

You see what you did? Here are some I am thinking about...

 By: amanico : May 12th, 2019-23:13
Aaah, not the last one... I already have it. Best, Nicolas ...  

I'm really enjoying my Montblanc Borghese pen...

 By: patrick_y : May 13th, 2019-14:32 One I like very much.

Sublime. [nt]

 By: amanico : May 13th, 2019-21:52

Thanks for sharing Patrick

 By: traineract : May 13th, 2019-00:15
Pens are dangerous. I know it's another slippery slope. But what you've shared is really tempting me

Thank you for reading!

 By: patrick_y : May 13th, 2019-14:57
It is indeed a slippery slope. I recently was wandering around in Los Angeles and stumbled into a nice art gallery. Those can be very slippery slopes as well. Lots of slippery slopes. Especially on this website! Besides pens and watches, what else capture... 

That's a great question Patrick

 By: traineract : May 15th, 2019-08:10
I think thanks to the great influence here, I'm also starting to expand my interest into the finer things in life like art and jazz. Recently I'm also picking up on classical music. Very much lack the rigor in these side tracks, I really must find a place... 

Good luck to your pursuits!

 By: patrick_y : May 15th, 2019-18:36
Art, jazz, classical music... All very noble and fun pursuits. Ever see yourself owning a famous violin made by Strad in Cremona? Ever see yourself collecting concert pianos? Collecting original scores of music hand-written by a famous artist over a centu...