Schon DSGN Pocket Six Fountain Pen in Brass - Broad Point - NEW in Original Box. Enjoy full-sized writing ability in a minimalist, pocket-friendly design with the "Pocket Six" fountain pen. The body and cap are machined from solid brass and polished for a sleek, unassuming appearance.The cap unscrews in 1.5 rotations to reveal a slender, concave grip section, and a No. 6 stainless steel nib made by Jowo (Germany). The cap screws on the back of the short barrel to extend the pen to a full, comfortable length. Ink the Pocket Six fountain pens using the included international size ink cartridges.
The small size of the barrel prohibits the use of any compatible converter. Schon DSGN pens are engineered and built by Ian Schon in his Philadelphia workshop.Schon DSGN Pocket Six Brass Fountain Pen Specifications. Filling Mechanism: International-size ink cartridge only. 6 made by Jowo (Germany).
Pen Length, closed: 3.58 in. Pen Length, open, cap off: 3.42 in.
Pen Length, open, cap posted: 5.19 in. Pen Diameter, barrel: 0.47 in. Pen Diameter, section: 0.31 in.
Pen Total Weight: 1.5 oz. Made in Philadelphia, PA, USA. We are an authorized dealer for all the brands we carry. We do not sell imitations of any sort and only carry genuine, original brand name writing instruments and accessories.
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