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Trilogy Pens ZERO Fountain Pen

Trilogy Pens ZERO Fountain Pen

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Interested, but the lack of pocket clip is a deal breaker for me.
vatin
Well I think it's supposed to be your desk pen anyway
I just had my Parker 51 Vacumatic repaired, how would this pen compare to the Parker? Four pumps and it's good for 10 single spaced written pages, smooth to write with on good 28 lb paper.
rtomkins
Schmidt converters, like the one included with this pen, have a bit more ink capacity than a Parker 51 sac. There is no telling how long it will last. Depends on ink flow, writing style, nib size, etc.
It talks about a "gold nib" but I think it is "gold colored" steel nib. Am I correct?
mtozsu
It's gold-plated, not solid gold, yes.
mtozsu
Bought this on the previous drop. I got a bit excited though a bit skeptical when it says "gold" but same price. When I started writing I knew instantly it isn't made of gold. A little research, stock gold nibs from Bock would have "750" engraved. Still if it's gold plated, not just some coloring, that's gotta worth something right?
Ri for guan pen from Kickstarter a few years back. It’s one of my favorite everyday pen. It lives on my desk at work in the wooden holder. I got a fine mib and I love It.
Is this a cap screw off or slip cap?
Dstyle
I see threads at the end of section.
Dstyle
Screw top. It does not post as it’s heavy enough. So when you write the cap rests on the table.
Bought the Namisu Orion Fountain Pen from MD previously. The M nib Bock nib is good and to my liking. Now trying this on the B nib. Hope it will not disappoint.
I really want to try this pen out, but unsure due the price drop being relatively small. I also can't decide between Extra Fine or Fine. I want a thin line, but I do not want it to be excessively scratchy.
Also, my only fountain pen is the Faber Castell Basic with a Fine nib. I really like writing with that nib as I find it super satisfying to write with, but it's a bit too bold at times when trying to do school work. Does Extra Fine ever feel scratchy, especially compared to a Fine nib? Also, if I was going to use this for school, has anyone experienced fatigue from writing with this pen for a few hours due to weight or other reasons? One other thing, does this have a clip to keep the pen held in my pocket?
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Bock nibs are some of the best. I do have a a few pens with their fine nib - It’s smooth and I enjoy writing with them. You might prefer the EF nib, I don’t know for sure how the EF is, but I can’t imagine a Bock nib being scratchy. Just my experience .
This pen looks great but I need the clip so that I dont lose it. I'd be using it as an everyday carry.
How would these compare to the metropolitan?
Perfect experience, new feel!
willie2849
Can you tell us a bit more ? Which size did you pick ? Is it smooth/scratchy ? How is the flow, the weight ? Etc.. thanks a lot !
Exactly how does this pen put other minimalist pens to shame?
MrSharkbait
It doesn't. It's just a different (3rd) take. There's only so much minimalism one can have.
Compared to the Faber-Castell Basic, how would the weight and and comfort feel?
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Sorry, my intent was to point out that these pens belong to a different category. These are machined pens, like the two I pointed to above. Consequently they feel more solid, obviously because they are. Other than that, the Zero is larger and heavier than the Basic, regardless of what version of the Basic you have in mind. As to comfort, that depends, almost entirely, on the user's preference. The Zero has a marginally wider grip, but it's not textured. I can't comment on the balance of the Zero as I haven't written with one. It's probably top-heavy when posted but that can be said of the Basic too.
Theroc
yeah the Basic is top heavy when posted. Thanks