Based on 29 reviews
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- Great for beginners
- A great buy
- Blue swirl finish is back again
- Premium price is worth it
- 2016 is the year of bringing back old pens out of the Pelikan archive
Pen Review: Pelikan Classic M205 Transparent Blue Demonstrator — The Gentleman Stationer
Otherwise, the M205 is your typical well-constructed Pelikan. The piston mechanism is smooth and reliable.
Review: M205 Moonstone (2020)
It can certainly be a bit of a bright spot in your daily routine with so many of us on lock down or working from home. Now that this is the second consecutive use of the sparkle effect, it is unclear if this is a new direction for Pelikan with these gemstone releases or something to be applied to each pen individually as the design may dictate. I think the only thing that detracts from this one is the price but that can be circumvented with some savvy shopping therefore is in no way a deal breaker
New lovelies day courtesy of the Philly Pen Show
* Pelikan m205 demonstrator with steel italic nib: The nib is sooo smooth and the pen feels so nice in the hand. so happy with this last-minute purchase. * Waterman 52 1/2V: fairly sure this cap shouldn't go with this body and there was some superficial damage to the barrel near the lever but the nib is such a delight that I decided to go for it anyways. <3.
Pelikan Classic M205 Special Edition Fountain Pen - Blue Marbled
Blue-Marbled is back again – brighter than ever!
The series 205 Blue-Marbled was once in the assortment – now it is back – brighter than before. An intense color of bright blue has the familiar swirl of the well-known Green-Marbled version. It shows a fascinating mix of different shades of blue, th...