Pilot - JUSTUS 95 Rhodié - Stylo-plume
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Pilot - JUSTUS 95 Rhodium - Fountain pen

The Pilot Justus 95 pen is an innovative Japanese writing instrument. It allows you to adjust the 14-carat rhodied gold pen and get the flexibility or stiffness you want.

In a turn of the fingers, turn the adjuster, to move the tray forward or backward, itself in Rhodium gold, and thus enjoy a firm Nib or a soft Nib. You can, depending on your desire of the moment, write more or less fine, more or less flexible.

The JUSTUS 95 is sold in a nice box with its convector.

  • F
  • M

€305.00 Tax included

€254.17 Tax excluded

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The innovation of Pilot is to have introduced a Flex type pen with the ability to adjust the flexibility of the latter.
Simply position the adjuster on H (hard) for a hard pen and finer writing or on S (soft) for a soft pen and wider writing.

Flex Nib in rhodied 14-karat gold.
14-carat Rhodium gold-plated finishes.
The body of the fountain pen is made of high quality resin with a delicate barley pattern.

The JUSTUS 95 is sold in a nice box with its convector.

Closed size: 15cm
Size without cap: 13.5cm
Open size with hood at the back: 16.5cm
Diameter: 1.3cm

Nib: F or M

Weight: 27g

refillable: yes

Filling: Namiki Pilot cartridges or CON-70 Pilot convector (included)

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Pilot / Namiki

Namiki Manufacturing Company was founded in 1918. The name Pilot was adopted in 1938. Today Pilot Corporation is the largest pen manufacturer in Japan and the world's number 2.

Since its inception, Pilot has placed great importance on innovation in order to always offer its customers the best writing tools.

In the range of high-end writing instruments, Pilot maintains the brand of the surname of its founder, Namiki. Capless (also known as Vanishing Point in the United States), Iroshizuku pen pens and inks are among the most sought-after Namiki objects.