Edison presents the Collier collection with the addition of rock candy color which seems to have more depth than a comparable flecked material, making the shine pretty impressive. It matches with a lot of cebloplast, or old Sheaffer stock. It’s not celluloid, but resembles and feels like one.
|Cap can post||Yes|
|Cap Mechanism||Screw Cap|
|Complimentary||Packaged in a Gift Box|
|Dimensions||5.1" L X 0.6" D|
|Nib Color||Chrome Plated|
|Refills & Inks||International ink cartridges|
|Special Features||Classic look with modern accent|
|Warranty||Any pen manufactured by the Edison Pen Company is guaranteed to perform for life under normal circumstances and proper care|
I recently bought a stainless steel medium nib pen to add to my collection and as soon as opened and wrote, I got a question, is it really worth it? Pros 1. Smooth writer. You can literally feel that you are writing in a butter. Fantastic. Cons 1. The colors looks attractive in the photos but not in the hand. It's all muted. 2. The barrel feels very light and plastic and it somewhat smell burnt plastic. 3. The two tone nib looks old. It needs some more polishing. 4. I didn't feel comfortable to hold steady, because of the contour (may be it is just me) Conclusion I think this can be just an addition to anyone's collection and I felt there are few others fantastic writing pen in the same price range.
a really smooooooooooooooooth writer. Will be a favorite, especially as it's an eye-catcher on top of my occasionally cluttered desk! Now experimenting with grind the stub nib for more precise calligraphy. A great experiment!!!
Visually, very attractive pen. Large and very comfortable in my hand, writing very smooth (Fine nib). Nice addition to my collection. I am considering adding other Colliers.