Montegrappa Nazionale Flex Fountain Pensearch

Montegrappa Nazionale Flex Fountain Pen

Montegrappa Nazionale Flex Fountain Pen

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This is a good deal on the Nazionale. It isn't quite as good as the Reincarnated Wahl-Eversharp Decoband, but it's still decent. I will say this, however, if it is flex you are after: Send your 14kt gold-nibbed pen (practically any) to a master nibgrinder for an added-flex mod and you will get better results. You will have to wait a bit of course.
Check out Edison pens. Brian Gray makes some beautiful pens at reasonable prices.
Flex pens are all quite expensive, not easy to produce and not too high of a demand means the cost needs to be higher to justify smaller production. Cheaper than vintage 14k flex nib fountain pens.
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It's $579 for a pen made of average materials. If you think this is sensible, there's a problem with the inside of your head not working properly.
bobtheaxolotl
Did you read the description? It's made from celluloid, which isn't really as readily available as you seem to think. The pen itself retails for more than a grand, and is in as limited supply as the materials from which it's made. Further, the gold flex nib and the piston filler are both more premium elements than other nib materials (besides palladium, perhaps) and a cartridge-converter mechanism, respectively. If you want to learn more about fountain pens, I'd suggest Pen Habit's videos (which, sadly, are no longer being produced) or the website for Goulet Pens. Have fun, and write on!
The very picture of an outrageously over-priced pen--not that it isn't a very nice pen, but at that price, no way Jose!