Platinum 3776 Century Fountain Pen

This is the Platinum 3776 Century fountain pen. It comes in either blue or white faux leather box. Since is that the Shoji version of the pen it’s a white faux leather box. It has a hinged top to it and included with the pen have informational instructions about the 3776 fountain pen. On the underside of the lid we have 3776 Shoji with some Japanese characters. This is a cartridge converter style pen. Included with the pen is a blue and a black ink cartridge. A converter for the pen is actually inside the pen. You can see that through the barrel since this is a demonstrator style pen. You can see the inside the pen. This Shoji fountain pen is a limited edition pen. It has a slight blue tint to the pen and chrome accents. On the top of the cap it has a small chrome band that runs around the cap. That holds that chrome clip on. You can actually see inside the cap and see that “slip and seal” mechanism that is a trademark mechanism that Platinum has developed.

It is great because it keeps your pen fresh and ready to write. It keeps it from drying out. Then on the cap we have 3776 engraved with Platinum made in Japan. Then at the bottom of the barrel we have a small chrome band that runs around the pen. You can see on the inside, you can see that converter. The cap on the pen unscrews.

This is a larger pen so you can write with or without it posted. It’s not too heavy. It’s a resin pen so it’s not too heavy to hold. It has a small chrome band that runs around the grip section here and at the very tip of the cap. Now this is gold nib. It’s a 14-karat gold nib. Engraved on the nib 3776 and the Platinum logo. To exchange the ink on this pen you simply unscrew that grip section for the barrel.

Since it already has an ink converter attached you would dip that nib into your ink and screw the the end of this converter to draw the into that chamber. If you’d like to use a cartridge style ink you simply unscrew that converter and you can put the cartridges on. Actually it just pulls of it doesn’t screw. Platinum is a great company. They are a Japanese brand that makes fantastic writing instruments. Get your Platinum 3776 Century fountain pen at PenChalet.com .

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