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Ambition Fountain Pen, Pearwood

Price: $120.00
Item: AP12590
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
A fountain pen paired with pear
Known for its spectacular performance with guitars and violins, pearwood makes an appearance on Faber-Castell’s collection of Ambition pens. Smooth and sturdy, the crafted wood does not splinter or warp. The fountain pen contains a pearwood barrel with chrome-plated appointments.
  • Deep red/brown pearwood barrel
  • High-gloss chrome-plated appointments
  • Snap on cap
  • Stainless steel nib
  • 5 1/2L x 3/8 diameter; 1.2 oz
  • Accepts cartridge or convertor; cartridge included 
  • Made in Germany

Embrace your ambition with this striking fountain pen
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Ambition Fountain Pen Pearwood 4.5 5 2 2
Very nice pen This was my first fountain pen purchase and it was an excellent choice. It is very lightweight and comfortable to hold. It writes more smoothly than I could have ever imagined. I was drawn to the aesthetics of the pen. The wood on the pen does feel a little rough at first, but it quickly becomes smoother and richer in color just from the small amount of natural oils on your hands. My only two complaints, which are small, are that I would have preferred the cap to screw on rather than snap on, and that the packaging the pen came in seemed a little cheap. Overall, I'm extremely satisfied with how well this pen writes and looks. November 19, 2013
LOVE THIS! I tried the Waterford Celebration pen (two different ones thinking first was defective) then finally came to this one. It is nothing short of fantastic. I love the weighted feel in my hand, i think it is perfect with cap off, some might like a little more weight and leave the cap on back. I use a fine nib and it starts flawlessly every time. The wood feels wonderful in my hand and looks sharp and modern. It isn't as "fat" cigar width as many fountain pens and feels easier to write because of it. Highly recommended. June 21, 2013
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