My collection’s grown again.
In recent months I’ve welcomed a Pilot Myu, Sailor Pro Gear, Pelikan M805 and Pelikan M1000 into my life. And an Ixion and a Pilot 823 will be winging its way to me in about a month’s time.
So it’s time to refine the collection back down again.
Here goes. All prices include shipping in the UK. If you want to make me an offer, feel free, particularly if you’re interested in more than one pen.
Pilot 91 Tsuki-Yo, fine medium, £50
Here’s my original review. Everything I said still stands: this is a wonderful pen, and the Tsuki-Yo colour is gorgeous. The only reason I’m selling it is because my tastes have shifted to larger pens with larger nibs, like the aforementioned 823.
You can try to import these for about £65 but you may get hit by customs fees and shipping. So consider £50 a bargain!
I’ll include a CON-40 or CON-50 converter and Pilot box.
Pilot 92 smoke, fine medium, £80
Here’s my review. Reason for sale? Pretty much the same deal as with the 91. It’s smaller than my current tastes. If you want a 92 new today in the UK, you’ll pay £155 from Cult Pens. If you want the smoke version, you will have to order from Japan, and the cheapest I can find it today is £85 plus shipping and customs. So, again, £80 is a bargain!
I’ll include a Pilot box.
Platinum 3776, music nib, £120
I’ve been pretty clear about how much I love the 3776 range. Reason for sale? I prefer finer nibs. This three-tined music nib is utterly fabulous, but it’s too broad for me.
This is the black pen with rhodium trim (note: in the picture above it’s leaning on my Chartres Blue soft-fine 3776). If you want to buy it new in the UK, it’ll set you back £160.
Will ship with converter and box.