Edison Collier Fountain Pen - Persimmon Swirl

$169.00 - $299.00
( 9 Reviews )

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The Edison Collier fountain pen in Persimmon Swirl resin features gold-plated trim and a two-tone #6 steel nib engraved with the Edison logo. The Collier fountain pen is one of the most popular Edison pens in the production line, and is also the largest.

The Collier is not designed to post the cap onto the barrel, but uncapped at 5 3/32" long, the cigar-shaped barrel fits comfortably in the hand. The Edison Collier fountain pen uses either the included standard international converter, or short standard international cartridges for your convenience.

The nib options for the pen range from steel EF through Broad, plus 1.1mm and 1.5mm italic sizes, or upgrades to an 18kt nib are available. Please Note: Some 18kt nibs are special order and will take an additional 7-10 days for delivery.

9 Reviews

Verena Rose Aug 25th 2018

Gorgeous Pen

This is a gorgeous pen and it writes beautifully. I'd recommend it to anyone who wants something a little different to write with.

Paul Hurley Nov 20th 2017

Exceptional Pen - Highly Recommended

The Edison Collier Persimmon Swirl fountain pen is stunning to look at and even more impressive in everyday use. The design, fit and finish are remarkable. Static photos simply cannot completely convey the pearlescent beauty of the pen's translucent body, section and cap. Every time I use the pen I find it impossible not to hold it in both hands and twirl it around a couple of times.
The pen is very large - in fact it is the largest pen I own. Yet it is also remarkably light and very comfortable in my medium-sized hands; excellent for long meeting note-taking sessions.
Finally, there is the nib (I purchased the broad two-toned steel version). This is an amazingly glassy smooth and wet writer, rivaling the best gold broad nibs on other pens I own; Pelikan M800, Sailor Pro Gear 21k, etc. I understand that Brian Gray inspects and tests every pen before it leaves Edison - my experience with the Collier would certainly confirm this out to be the case.

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