Parker Sonnet Sterling Silver Cisele Fountain Pen
The appears: The pen its self is quite good. The gold is slightly less shiny than that regarding the photo nevertheless fantastic nib is extremely shiny. It appears to be perfect while its available - much like the photo, but when it is closed it does not have a little bit of gold - offering it very a dull appearance and never rendering it stand out: In this aspect I prefered the "waterman specialist silver and black colored laquer".
The feel: i like weighted pens: this is certainly one of those. It's not because heavy whilst the IM but personally i think this has a preferable body weight. Its fairly smooth into the experience because it really is a chiseled pen. Even though laquer will not completely fill the "gaps created by the chisling of the gold as I expected it to accomplish. I do believe I prefer it because of this - it really is the thing that makes the pen specific.
The writing experience: because of this you purchase this pen. I'm uncertain regarding whether or not it does a lot better than the othe sonnets however it is just perfect. You will need to use no force after all and it also writes incredibly effortlessly. You can't compare this pen to your paker I am's as those 'scratch' the paper - while they're great to create with. I also possessed a "waterman specialist silver and black colored laquer" briefly - that wrote on the paper without scraping it (unlike the I am's). But; the sonnet doesnt feel as if its writing regarding the paper. It's nearly just as if it is flaoting about it.
Cons: The pen, at better assessment, was chipped regarding silver area. This was clear using one spot much less obvious on three other people. For a Â£160 pen this is not appropriate.