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Edison Pearlette Fountain Pen Aztec Gold Flake


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  • The new Edison Pearlette is clearly an expression of subtlety. This unique writing instrument features an eye-catching design characterized by elegant acrylic flakes and gold plated trims. Because of the moderate size, the pen is very comfortable to hold and pleasant to write with. It’s two tone 18kt gold nib lays down consistent ink flow and offers a joyful penmanship experience. 

  • Type Fountain
    Colors Gold
    Dimensions No
    Length Capped 4.9" L
    Length Posted 6'' L
    Material Resin
    Nib Color 2-Tone
    Nib Material Stainless Steel
    Grip Material Resin
    Trims Rhodium Plate
    Retractable No
    Cap Mechanism Screw Cap
    Cap can post Yes
    Has Clip Yes
    Special Features Classic look with modern accent
    Refills & Inks International ink cartridges
    Filling Mechanism Cartridge
    Complimentary Packaged in a Gift Box
    Series Edison Pearlette
    Brand Edison Pens
    Warranty No
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    Awesome petite Edison

    5 / 5 Awesome petite Edison This is my first Edison pen and introduction to the semi-customs per se. Despite doing due diligence about its size, I am extremely glad I took the risk on the Pearlette. The terrific folks (actually one gal in live chat) made it happen and at a killer price too! As stated, this is an awesome little pen, akin to the size and hand feel of the Pelikan m200. Hard to quantify, but it feels more solid unposted than the Pelikan. Speaking of which, and I basically knew this going in, this pen does not post deeply. It is secure but don't expect more than one inch. Regardless, for my medium-large sized hand (man) this pen is very comfortable to write with posted or not. Interestingly, for being such a short pen, I find myself using it unposted more than not. If one is put off by a slim or pinched section for the fingers, move on as the Pearlette likely wont suit you. I have no such problem and do not find myself employing a death grip on it. The Aztec Golden Flake resin is stunning. My paled description of the rich and variegated tobacco browns intermingled with translucent amber and orange patches coupled with gold and creme nougat won't do it justice. I am even more thrilled with it now as Edison sent out an email the other day saying that this color is being retired in the Pearlette line. With the exception of one small area of unpolished "chatter" marks inside the cap mouth and prior to the threads, the pen is flawless in construction. In short, I believe the hype is true concerning Edison pen quality. Also please remember that this is a production line pen and not bespoke custom from them. For what it is worth, I received an Edison Collier a couple days ago that I had on order with another dealer and it was a perfect specimen having no tooling marks or any other cosmetic issue. Under 10x magnification, the business end of the Pearlette was spot on too regarding alignment and such. Being new to this sport, I have very limited experience with extra-fine nibs. I think this is a fairly smooth writer on "every day" paper and more so on the Rhodia and Tomoe River premiums. On the proverbial 1-10 scale: If my Aurora Ipsilon with fine steel nib is considered a "3" on the toothy nib scale, then this Edison steel EF nib is a "4". I hate to admit it, but my medium nibbed Pelikan m200 pen doesn't feel any smoother. Currently, I have this inked with Pilot's Asa-gao blue and brings me to a cautionary tale. If I remember correctly I inked the converter directly and not attached to the nib/feed unit. That was a mistake. Furthermore, I didn't fill the converter all the way up but maybe half. So, what's the beef (not where) you say? I began experiencing hard starts and skipping and not a little mind you. This happened about 90% of the time mostly on down strokes. It seemed as if the pen was starving for ink, so I took the barrel off to check the ink supply. I guess that 25% ink remained and then I pointed the pen up in the air like a syringe to purge it from air and twisted the converter knob until ink squirted out from the feed. Problem solved. I don't know why there was an air/ink exchange problem, but priming it did the trick. So folks, before you cuss out your fickle pen, it's maker or sent it in for repair because of hard starting or skipping, remember to prime that feed with ink. Not a guarantee but it might cure the malady. Also, from now on I'll just stuff my nib & feed unit directly into the ink and fill the converter. That way I know the pen's feed is saturated with ink. Other than that balking writing issue, this Edison Pearlette has been a delight. If you can live with a more tapered section on a pen the size of the Pelikan 200 series, I think you will be pleasantly smitten with the Pearlette by Edison. Was this review helpful? Yes No 0 of 0 users found this review helpful.

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