Beautifully crafted out of brass with a British Racing Green lacquer finish and chrome appointments. The quality of craftsmanship and materials is usually to be found only in pens costing many times more. This is a pen that will impress in any environment. Whether in an executive boardroom, a coffee shop or on the road, your pen will draw admiring glances and comments.
A Superb Writing Experience
Our pens use a German Schmidt nib which has a beautiful feel and allows you to write effortlessly on any type of paper. You will appreciate the smooth writing style and our pens are perfect for beautiful calligraphy.
Exquisite Presentation Gift Box
The pen is beautifully presented and a hidden compartment underneath holds a spare refill. Whether for an anniversary, for Christmas, for a birthday or simply for yourself, whoever receives this pen will be delighted. If you are looking for the perfect gift for any occasion, look no further!
- One fountain Pen with installed Schmidt converter
- One Presentation Gift Box
- Two spare cartridges (one black, one blue) in envelope under pen tray
- Warranty Card
Buy With Total Peace of Mind!
We are so confident that you will love your Scriveiner pen that we offer a 100% manufacturer guarantee. Simply register your purchase and you are free to return your pen within 2 years for a no questions asked replacement. And, if you return it within the first 30 days we guarantee a full refund.
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The pen handles very smoothly. The ink is always available when writing. No need to press hard.
I'm fairly new to the world of fountain pens, so my comparisons are limited, but I would say the racing green version of this pen is lovely. The medium nib is a hair finer than my Lamy medium, which is a little less to my tastes, but your tastes may differ, but it writes so smoothly it's a pleasure to write with. My only gripe is the lid really does post too confidently... It really requires some pressure to secure the lid on the end of the pen, which concerns me that such pressure might damage the lacquer over time. It might not, only time will tell. But it would be a same if it did. But more annoyingly, when I fail to remember to do this, inevitably, the lid falls off the end as I'm writting. If you don't tend to post your lid when you write, no problemo! But if you do, it's a bit annoying. Otherwise the pen performs and looks fantastically!