Aurora Style Resin Fountain Pen
Aurora Style Resin Fountain Pen
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Italian for “dawn,” Aurora was founded in Turin at the end of the first World War. Nearly 100 years later, the company still occupies the same factory it was founded in. And while much has changed over the years, the quality of Aurora’s pens has not Read More

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raafbloke
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Jun 23, 2019
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I'd love to buy the black and gold in this model but, sadly, the exchange rate on the Aussie dollar is in the pits. I'd be paying over $85 in my money. I'll have to wait and hope these come up again some time in the future. sigh... Cheers, raafbloke
Jun 23, 2019
PenChick87
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Jun 21, 2019
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At $66 this is a great deal, I love mine, have the light blue which is pretty on trend with the special edition colors this year like the Lamy Safari Pastels. Mine is a great writer and sits nicely, also it's not soooo pricy that I don't take it out with me and beat it up a bit
Jun 21, 2019
somePurchaser
61
Jun 19, 2019
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Can someone teach me... what makes this plastic pen, in a variety of colours, with a basic steel nib, worth quadruple the price of a metropolitan? Is the gold or silver trim actually gold or silver? Is the body produced by hand? Is the nib hand ground and finely tuned? Does the Aurora name make this "Style" pen a collector's item? Is Aurora a small company that somehow needs to recoup it's costs?
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Jun 19, 2019
failedgrace
65
Jun 20, 2019
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My personal opinion on this pen is a pass. I don't see the value for cost on this. There is an Italix drop going on thats close to ending that i would suggest instead. The drop price is half of this ones and the nib selection is among the best around.
Jun 20, 2019
HKPhoey
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Jun 21, 2019
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I'm not convinced on the Metropolitan. Mine doesn't start if left for a few days and my Wing Sung pens are far better. Having bought the Metropolitan and the Lamy Safari, I'm underwhelmed. It seems tough to market pens in the 50-120 range when you can get both Pilot and Platinum gold nibbed pens on this range. I'd get a platinum 3776 for $80 off ebay rather than this, although look wise, this does look more modern.
Jun 21, 2019