18-karat gold pen retractable to rhodied attributes, this version is thinner and lighter.
This high-writing instrument is precise and easy to use. Its Nib-protecting shutter ensures a foolproof seal and allows the ink to never dry and never run.
Combining refinement and practicality, it can be used as a ball tip: wherever you want, when you want, without fear of misplaced the cap.
It hides a remarkable composition, with more than 15 different pieces in the only upper part of the pen combining noble materials: copper, 18-karat gold and stainless steel.
This unique and revolutionary pen combines practicality, comfort and the pleasure of writing. A perfect combination of luxury and technology, its body houses an 18-karat rhodiated gold Nib powered by a new mechanism.
Just press the push button for the pen to fit into the body of the pen. You can wield the pen and write with the same hand.
Japanese 18-karat gold Nibs traditionally give a finer layout than European or American Nibs.
Nib: F or M or B
Filling: Namiki Pilot cartridges or CON-40 Pilot converter
- Refill type
- 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.
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