Esterbrook

Esterbrook Oversized Estie Fountain Pen - Ebony with Palladium Trim

$200.00 - $240.00
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Presenting the Esterbrook Estie! The Esterbrook name has been tied to writing and pens for over a century, and the Estie is the newest evolution of the vision from the Esterbrook name.

The Esterbrook Oversized Estie fountain pen in Ebony with Palladium trim is made of gorgeous deep black acrylic resin with a solid Palladium clip. The clip has been specially engineered to easily slide in or out of a shirt pocket without assistance while still maintaining a firm grip. The Esterbrook Oversized Estie is available with a #6 JoWo nib that can be swapped with other JoWo nibs including the Anderson Pens #6 nibs! The Esterbrook Estie features a nib unit that can be removed easily so that cleaning is even quicker.

The Esterbrook Estie also includes a "Cushion Cap" closure system featuring a spring-loaded inner cap. This not only gives the cap a satisfyingly secure closure, but also prevents the nib from drying between uses!

The Estie is designed to accept the specially designed Esterbrook MV (modern to vintage) nib adapter which is sold separately. The adapter allows the Estie fountain pen to accept an original Esterbrook Renew-Point nib! The MV adapter makes the Estie a perfect bridge between past and future Esterbrook pens.

One short international cartridge and a converter for use with bottled ink are included with the Estie to get you started writing immediately.


Some nib options may ship in 7-10 days.

1 Review

4/5
Paul Matthews Oct 11th 2018

It's about the nibs

This Estie revival is nicely designed and finished, but the real excitement is the adapter for older nibs, in particular the historic Esterbrook Renew Point series. Otherwise there are less expensive pens with the same JoWo steel nibs, such as the Jinhao 159 which retails in the United States for about $12 (the complete pen, not just the nib). Make sure you include the adapter in your order, and a handful of vintage nibs which Anderson Pens also sells. I was delighted to find that the older steel nibs write better (smoother with more interesting line variation) than many modern nibs.

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