Montegrappa NeroUno Grande Fountain Pen
Montegrappa NeroUno Grande Fountain Pen
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Product Description
Visually imposing at nearly 6 inches capped, the Montegrappa NeroUno Grande makes a great commemorative item for those special occasions and milestones. It can be displayed proudly on any desk, its octagonal body made of glossy black resin and accented with palladium trim Read More

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Greg198
2
Feb 26, 2020
Was anyone else's order cancelled?
JohnK3
2
Mar 4, 2020
Yep, mine was cancelled too. Same explanation 'didnt reach minimums' even though I know I saw the site showed that there were 40 some others who joined the drop.
AMarkAbove
8
Mar 8, 2020
I'm thinking they accidentally listed the gold nib version for the steel nib price and then instead of owning up to their mistake they just cancelled the Drop and are trying to hide it. Pretty shitty if you ask me.
rbmassdrop
4
Feb 25, 2020
Does this actually have a 18k plated gold nib? picture shows grey metallic nib, normally gold is yellow?? no?
AMarkAbove
8
Feb 26, 2020
It's an 18K nib that's plated with palladium.
VAS007
271
Feb 25, 2020
If anyone still wants this pen, I just ordered one from eBay, same price, same pen. Good luck!
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BenTWP
104
Feb 27, 2020
I had a look and all I saw was the same pen but with a steel nib. Once you have your mind set on gold it's hard to go back to steel. Besides being more opulent I find they really do write a lot better.
That's a great price for a Montegrappa with an 18kt nib.
STINGFAN
48
Feb 25, 2020
Can you provide a link, or the seller's ID? I only find steel nibbed and they are $229..? This Gold nabbed one on Drop was $199
Penguest
3
Feb 23, 2020
Anyone know if these gold nibs have a bit of bounce/ flexibility when writing or are they as uniform in line width as steel nibs?
Don't know about this one specifically, but the 18k Montegrappas in my collection are all very soft.
NanaB2
9
Feb 24, 2020
18k nibs are the softest and generally fairly flexible. Can be very expressive. 14k a tiny bit stiffer with steel being the stiffest.
DrMikeNguyen
16
May 14, 2019
I have ordered one. It’s on the way. Review in due course
MrSharkbait
479
Jan 30, 2019
Oooh I feel my back hair growing just looking at this.
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