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I can not speak highly enough about this pen. The weight, the shape, the versatility, the aesthetic, everything! I originally saw this pen on the Lochby blog and was fasciated. After I saw the Figboot review, I knew I needed it. It feels amazing in the hand, and the extra o-rings give the cap such a snug feel, it's a great experience to just uncap the pen.
Two nibs for the fountain pen, and a refill for the ball point/rollarball/gel section! The value is in favor of the buyer.
Lastly, I got mine in 1 day! I don't know how that happened, but it arrived in record time.
This pen is worth so much more, and for a titanium pen, It feels great as an EDC.
See the FigBoot On Pens review.
I JUST got this pen in the mail yesterday and have only had a little bit of time with it, so I don't have a lot to go on yet.
It seems nice, a little lighter than my Parker rollerball pen. I like the unscrew cap, but need to put some graphite on it so that it doesn't squeak when I open or close it.
I like the diameter of the pen and feel it will not give me writer's cramp when writing with it.
I like the ridges as finger grips, although my wife feels that they would irritate her fingers.
Currently I have the rollerball refill that came with the pen installed, which feels a little strange. I've also tried my Parker rollerball refill in it and haven't gotten the feel exact yet. I will keep trying refills until angels sing.
The TiUltra hits all the requirements for a work pen. It'll probably outlive me, and having the flexibility to have a fountain pen/rollerball/ballpoint means it's more versatile than anything else. I use mine every day for work, and bought a second to have a couple of different colours handy.
I have a pretty decent library of fountain pens, and I think I've found the one I've been looking for all this time. I lean on the functional side, and am not particularly attracted to flashy or delicate pens. This thing is incredible. The Ti looks and feels wonderful, and I'm not worried about "babying" it. I really like the balance and weight, it feels just right for me. The grip section grooves are nice, and I enjoy being able to hold the pen higher on the section without dealing with concave lips digging into my fingers. Also, the grooves are pleasant for longer writing, especially when my hand gets tired and sweaty. One of the best steel Bock nibs I've received across multiple brands, it wrote well without any modifications or tuning. All round a fantastic pen! my only improvements would be: (1) eliminate or allow nib selection. I wont ever use the Ti nib, and that would reduce cost about $50-$60. (2) The first one I got appeared to have a machining error, and too much material was removed in attempt to correct this; causing a misalignment between the cap and body when screwed on. I reached out and received a replacement immediately, which was flawless, so no complaints with customer service or promptness, but perhaps some more attention on QC? For me, not a big deal, but if this was a gift or special occasion, it might result in disappointment. Regardless, I highly recommend this pen!
I have owned this pen for 2 months now and I can honestly say it is the best pen I have ever purchased.
I tend to lead more towards fountain pens and that's what initially drew me to this item.
I was floored with the craftsmanship of this item it is fantastic. The writing experience for me was smooth and the flow of ink.was just right.
I struggled to find ink cartridges, it does come with a converter. A few email exchanges and I had a shipment on the way.
This pen will be with me for a lifetime and the ability to use just about any refills means it has a permanent place in my daily carry.