身份終於下來了! Pelikan 500 BBB

自從 n年前漏掉一支有紋身的逼逼逼,我一直在尋找那下一支…


 

淦!終於找到了~~~~ 這種東西真的是,看到一定要狠狠的下手,不然下次都不知要等到什麼時候!n年前看到那支雖然不是 500 但人家多少也是支棕龜,而且是帶有盒裝及逼逼逼標籤的極品!當下鳥歷不長,不知要不要追,就讓那支龜給跑走了…

=.=凸

 

逼逼逼真的很少,少到有點可憐,所以看到這三個字體都還那麼漂亮的時候,真的是很開心!終於可以讓逼逼逼跟喔逼逼逼一起合照了!喔噎~~~~~

 

是的,這篇有點廢,沒有什麼參考價值,就當做是炫耀文吧~   ^_~ 啾咪~

 

— 小許 (把逋)

Not Your Ordinary Button Filler — Stephens No. 76

English pens are not my forte, but lately they’re all English.


 

I usually don’t buy English pens, color, is the main reason I buy them. It’s only after receiving and dissembling them does one realize that some of these are quality pens, very well made.

 

The Stephens button filler is one of these very well made pens. This is my first exposure to the brand and pen, as I have not heard or known about the them. After research, it seems that Stephens are mostly known for their ink, but not their pens. Vintage inks is not my thing, this pen however, is a different story. In the hand, this pen has heft, not flimsy or thin-walled like many pens in that era.

 

Another factor that makes this a quality pen: the filling mechanism. Though a button-filler, it utilizes a brass bushing and an internal screw to actuate the filling process without the need to take off the blind cap — saving user the potential of a lost blind cap — similar to the Montblanc 122/124/126/128/129 Meisterstück button fillers.

 

Difference being the earlier Meisterstück button fillers didn’t come in Lapis (even if it did, the price would probably be so ridiculous that I will not bite the bullet) and they are not as well made as these Stephens pens. Not to mention the variety of colors too!

 

Mmmm… until the next one~

 

— 小許 (把逋)