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Monteverde Copper Tool Fountain Pen

Monteverde Copper Tool Fountain Pen

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Super disappointed in this pen: it didn’t come with a cartridge and it won’t actually fit a short international cartridge into the pen barrel.
What a dissapointment. This tool is absolutley useless as a writing instrument (very poor ink flow).
iakshef
Have you tried adjusting the tines?
CaptNyan
I could try it. However, I expect that a new pen should already adjusted.
where is cartridge?
My pen was delivered today. It looks nice, and I really like the stylus tip. Unfortunately, the nib isn't properly seated on the feeder. Because of this, the pen doesn't write consistently. I'd guess this is something I can fix myself, or else take somewhere to get fixed, but I'd expect it to be properly seated out of the box. I'll be reaching out to Massdrop about how to rectify this situation (and, hopefully, to receive a replacement or a refund).
jguberman
Same here. The nib does not flow well at all and my whole nib and feeder assembly is a little loose—if I tighten the cap with minimal pressure, the housing rotates within the rest of the pen.
Mine is all scratched up—looks like it’s been in someone’s pocket for months. How can I get my money back?
Anyone else get a pen that was all scratched up? Or is that supposed to be a "worn" look?
Just got a shipping notice for mine!
I see that the nib says it is iridium, but the description says it is stainless steel. Is the nib shown different, or is it an iridium coating over stainless steel?
bttew
just got mine in this morning. To reply to my own question, the tip of the nip is iridium and the rest in stainless steel. The pan feels very solid and looks great. The bit for the screwdrivers was a bit oose when it first arrived but only needed to be pushed in to lock into place. Pen writes fantastic and smooth.
Been looking for a copper pen, and also wanting to try out a fountain pen. This looks like a cost effective way to try both at once.
I think I would prefer the pencil version of this tool. But this still seems cool.
I'm in, seems nifty, not too expensive and free shipping
Looks Nifty!
Is the stylus tip replaceable, by chance? Those tend to wear/tear over time.